Welcome to Hidden Springs Rockies blog! Feel free to post comments if you want too! I am going to try to update several times per week. Check back often to see what has been posted.
|Posted by kim haynes on November 9, 2017 at 7:50 AM||comments (0)|
Fall has arrived and winter isn't very far behind. We have had a few days in the 30's and it's lettting us know that winter is coming up. Hate it. We have had a great summer trail riding and getting the horses in shape for winter. Our new 2017 red dun colt went to MD to live and she is really enjoying him. He is going to be a beautiful horse!
We had 4 of our mares bred this year for June 2018 foals. They are all due within 2 weeks of eac...Read Full Post »
|Posted by kim haynes on April 17, 2017 at 3:35 PM||comments (0)|
We recently purchased a beautiful 7 year old mare. Her registered name is Rhapsody in Blue and we call her Harmony. She is a beautiful blue roan with no white on her and seems to be very sweet natured. I have ridden her twice now and she did very well. Can't wait to ride her on the trails at one of our camping trips.
We are also anxiously awaiting the arrival of our 2017 foal that is due May 9, 2017. Our mare Sierra is bagging up now and started to relax in the hindqu...Read Full Post »
|Posted by kim haynes on March 29, 2017 at 1:20 PM||comments (0)|
After an easy winter, we are full blast into spring. The flies are already out but I guess we shouldn't complain. Looking forward to May when our only foal due this year will arrive.
We also will begin our camping season at the end of April so that is always an exciting time. Trying to get our camping weekends booked for the year so that is always an exciting thing to do.
Our 2016 filly, Sunny, will be leaving for her new home the end of...Read Full Post »
|Posted by kim haynes on December 9, 2016 at 7:55 AM||comments (0)|
Have had a great fall and December. However, this morning we had a light dusting of snow! Definitely not ready for this! Horses are doing well, fat and happy, and I bet they are loving this snow.
Hope everyone has a happy holiday season and New Year!
|Posted by kim haynes on September 6, 2016 at 4:00 PM||comments (0)|
Didn't realize I haven't posted since May. I am slacking off for sure.
We have had a busy summer, quite a few trail rides and camping which we love. Check out our page under More, then Trail Riding 2014-2016 is the heading. Our two foals are really growing and have been weaned. They are doing well without their moms but still holler at them when they see them. We have one sold and we still have the sorrel filly for sale.
We a...Read Full Post »
|Posted by kim haynes on May 13, 2016 at 12:50 AM||comments (0)|
We have had nothing but rain, just about every day, for two weeks now!! The horses are staying dirty, they can't hardly run and play because if they do they slide everywhere. Really wish we would have a nice break in this rain. I keep telling myself it's good for the grass!!
On a good note, all the foals are doing well and growing like weeds! They have all been put together and seem to enjoy being around each other. Sunny, the oldest gir...Read Full Post »
|Posted by kim haynes on April 22, 2016 at 12:50 AM||comments (0)|
All three foals are here and boy what a good looking group we have!! We are beyond blessed this year with 3 healthy, beautiful fillies!! YES, fillies. We cannot believe that all 3 were fillies. We have only had 2 fillies in the past and were quite surprised this year. We had a beautiful silver grulla filly, red chocolate filly and a chocolate filly. They are all good sized and have sweet personalities.
We have already received a deposit o...Read Full Post »
|Posted by kim haynes on March 22, 2016 at 1:05 PM||comments (0)|
Seems like this year the mares are really holding on to their babies, or maybe I am just overly anxious. However, my one mare is due March 27 and I could have sworn she has been ready to foal for 2 weeks now. My other mare, Prissy, as it day 322 today and looks ready to foal any minute now. Hubby and I have been taking turns staying at the farm and watching the cam. I hate to not be there if one of them goes into labor, especially the maiden mare. It is tiring th...Read Full Post »
|Posted by kim haynes on February 26, 2016 at 12:20 AM||comments (0)|
Our first mare due to foal has started with a small bag. This can start anywhere from foaling day to about 1 month out. With her being a maiden it is still hard to tell when she will foal. We will be getting her stall ready to move her into this weekend. Normally I don't put them in the stall this early, but with her being a maiden and all this rain/snow/wind that we have had lately, I would rather see her foal in a nice, dry stall.
I have worked out...Read Full Post »
|Posted by kim haynes on February 16, 2016 at 8:25 AM||comments (0)|
Well, just had another snowstorm with about 9-11 inches of snow and wintry mix. Cannot wait until Summer gets her. I don't say spring because we are likely to get snow then too. The horses weathered it well and acted like it was just a normal thing.
I have figured out a way to watch the mares while I am at work and at home. Our first mare will probably be stalled beginning first of March so that I can have her where I can keep an eye on her. I a...Read Full Post »