Jan Shultis, Founder, The Xena Project, traveled to Baton Rouge, La. in August to present at the Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship’s Region 8 Conference. Slides from her presentation, “Developing ...
New at All Xena's Horses and The Xena Project
You can tell a lot about a place by the way it is constructed and organized. There is an entire professional field, in fact, dedicated to helping organizations create office and business spaces that increase productivity while enhancing team work and feelings of job satisfaction. It is quite telling what organizations choose to spend money and time on, and what they don’t.
You can tell a lot about All Xena’s Horses by how we are constructed, too. If you haven’t stopped by our facility yet, here are a few signs to help guide your way when you do. We hope they make you smile, because they certainly make us laugh! Laughter is important to us – whether you learned that through our signs or while spending time here, well, we work hard to ensure you know it.
Hope your week is off to a rollicking start! Know yourself, know your horse, and always, always ride with joy.
- the Team at All Xena’s Horses
… keeps his eyes on the cows.
Proud ‘Lil Ichi, barn name “Wally,” lends a helping hoof while cows await loading for transport. See more photos of roundin’ ‘em up, here.
All Xena’s Horses is home to creatures large and small – today, however, we are one species less.
A herd of pampered Black Angus was transported to a new site yesterday, where they are already enjoying large ponds and rolling pastures. Why does that matter to horse lovers? Because once the pastures are rested, fertilized, and outfitted with brand new cedar/no-climb fencing, we will have more space for pasture board. Even more exciting, the new fencing plan allows for a wide, well-maintained trail around the edge of the property, perfect for hacking out.
We love and appreciate you, cows, but this facility is goin’ to the horses!
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