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My specialty is horse training and dressage, but I’ve applied to my horses many invaluable lessons from other animal trainers. Together we can create a greater awareness of the unlimited potential for greatness that your animals (and you) possess, once you acknowledge that many animal species are intelligent and capable of reasoning and communication.

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Sian Min The
Cardinal Points Farm

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Texas wildflowers



Had to share this ... spring in south-east Texas after a wet summer brings out this profusion of wildflowers. Mostly Bluebonnets and Indian Paintbrushes. I wish I were a better photographer: I tried to capture the seas of color stretching into the distance.

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3 comments:

  1. Stunning!!!! We're all brown, muddy with patches of snow still. Jealous... Do they smell as good as they look?

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  2. Thanks, smartdogs and Country Girl.
    I don't think these have much of a smell, but I couldn't tell you for sure because my allergies keep me nicely congested :-)

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