“The first thing I did with the five minis was break them to drive,” Bryce explained. This has now become his forte as clients from Texas, New Mexico, Oregon, Arizona, Nevada and all over California send their miniature horses to Bryce Baker of Piece of Me Miniature Horses for training. Sharon Jantzen visits Bryce and learns about these fun-sized horses.
The three adoptable horses came to The Equine Center from SLO County Animal Services who were part of a group of 11 removed from poor conditions where food and water were scarce in SLO County. The three horses were all stallions, but have since been gelded. Sharon Jantzen interviews Kristin Dell, Practice Manager at The Equine Center who introduces us to these handsome and available gents.
Even the horses that, as my friend said, are “the spawn of the devil” have things to teach us. Sarah Williams gets three friends to tell their stories of horses who left an interesting impression.
Our interaction with the wild and exotic Central Coast Zebras will have to be from a far, appreciating their unique designs, watching hooves and teeth fly with no mind to their herd mates and enjoying the delight of a young foal frolic about. It’s not often that we get to see such exotic animals in a “free” and “uncaged” way. Sharon Jantzen shares how you can catch a glimpse of the somewhat-secret band of Central Coast Zebras.
“My horse understands me better than any human being ever will,” a good friend of mine said triumphantly the other day while out at the barn. Five minutes later, she was cursing that intuitive equine under her breath as she chased him through a maze of stalls. He had become the inventive equine. Sarah Williams gives us a few laughs as we recognize the ways our horses thwart us.