Poor Abbey, she’s looking very pregnant at present. She had a foal as a 4-yr old in Germany, and has been in sport since then so she has an athletic build. She is carrying “high & wide” and this photo does not do her size justice. The belly is WIDE, but she hasn’t started to drop yet. Her calculated “due” date has Aug 3 as ETA for the Cabardino foal she is carrying, and it looks like she’s on-target. The look she has on her pretty face these days says she’s ready to get the show on the road, and carrying around the extra weight is slowing her down a bit. Her pasture-buddy is now consistently beating her to the gate, and that’s not making her very happy.
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An avid lover of horses and the outdoors, I've been blessed and cursed with an addiction to horses. From a very young age, my passion for all-things-equine has been a key driver in my life. I'm fortunate that I have been able to build a professional career around my love for animals. I find peace in the forest, exploring nature, in harmony with my horse. I am a horsewoman first, and an equestrian second. I love to ride, but have no real desire to compete. A hack through a new forest, I love the sense of exploration, communication and ability to enjoy horses and nature together. It's bliss! I enjoy just the everyday presence and synergy with my horses, be that in the saddle or just together around the farm.
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