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New at All Xena's Horses and The Xena Project
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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All Xena’s Horses was pleased and privileged to welcome Carly Taylor-Smith, May 10th-11th.
Carly is a FEI rider from Great Britain currently training horses in Malibu, California. She recently completed three years as the Head Trainer and Riding Assistant to Jan Ebeling, and one year as a riding apprentice at The Moodys, in England. Carly is a former member of Great Britain’s National Jnr/YR Team; she was offered a position on the Jnr/YR Eventing Team, as well, but turned down that appointment in favor of dressage. Learn more about her at www.taylorsmithdressage.com.
Thank you, Carly, for a wonderful weekend of learning! We can’t wait for the next one!
Carly will return to All Xena’s Horses in late June/early July, date to be determined. To be added to our email list and receive her clinic announcement, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org