Herd Reduction Sale! No reasonable offer will be refused!
Well I guess you noticed (right after you got here) that my website got another update, face-lift or shot of webby-botox, if you will. It seems about every 3 years it is time to freshen up and keep up with the lastest and greatest technologies.
Have a look around!
Jessica who has OGO Sellman Hill and Co is preparing CC for packing. CC's introduction to the cinch and the pack saddle was completely uneventful - just how Jessica likes it. CC has adjusted well to the Alberta, Canada winter climate. The picture of Jessica with CC in the previous post was taken by Jessica's oldest 5 year old daughter. GOOD JOB !
Jessica says CC remains very friendly and respectful through all her training processes so far. She plans all sort of activities for CC this winter as the weather allows.
Thanks to Butte Morgans for the update
Jessica, of Butte Morgans, spent an hour today accomplishing this. And what was OGO Sellman Hill and Co's reaction?
"Oh you want me to pack this saddle around for you..... SURE this is fun! What else can we do?"
Wendy LOVES to keep in contact with the owners of the Morgans coming out of her breeding program. She recently got an update on Coast and discovered he is living at Black Heart Morgans! Please visit their site to follow Coast's stallion career. Click here to view OGO EastWest Coast - 2009 Colt And Click here to view his Photo Gallery.
I worked for Sid Spencer in the 1970's when Bandido was there. What an amazing women and horse.
I was only 9 years old, when I started riding with her. I grew up at Lopez Lake. She started the riding stable there. I would go to the ranch and get the horses ready and work all day with her. I was there until 1976-77.
She was a gruff women, but I learned a lot from her and her mom. One of her best friends worked with us, Rose Pein. She loved her Morgans.
I wish I would have paid more attention to what she was trying to teach me about the bloodlines and breeding. It is great to see that what she loved is still going after all this time.
Read the article about Sid Spencer, by Jeanne Thwaites