Monthly Archives: April 2012

Not so Much Bouncin’ Around Anymore!

Hey, has anyone noticed all the holes filled in on the driveway? There’s more to do, but this is the hard work of Toby Smieciuch and his great dump trailer. Once again, Toby, thanks for all you do!

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Excellent Saddle

Here is a very nice, gently used McCall’s saddle. It’s appropriate for versatility, with a wrapped horn, or any cow-related event. In great condition. 1400.00. That’s a deal, folks! Contact me or Laura Hinson. See the full gallery on Posterous

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Fiesta for Sale!

Look at the previous blog entry for more details on this mare. You may also contact owner Jen Nuckton. 915-0375. jennuckton@comcast.net See the full gallery on Posterous

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Fiesta!

This is Fiesta, a ten-year-old mare belonging to Jennifer Nuckton. Fiesta has a wonderful, solid foundation in dressage from Jennifer Roth. But as Jen Nuckton continues in dressage, she wants something more specifically suited to that event. Fiesta is by … Continue reading

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Fiesta!

This is Fiesta, a ten-year-old mare belonging to Jennifer Nuckton. Fiesta has a wonderful, solid foundation in dressage from Jennifer Roth. But as Jen Nuckton continues in dressage, she wants something more specifically suited to that event. Fiesta is by … Continue reading

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Another look at Mini Mockler…..

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Welcome home (yesterday) to Marshall William Mockler!

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General Ranch News

Thursday, April 19 is the day that Monterey County Equine will be at Carmel River Ranch for spring vaccinations and worming. If you would like to trailer in and be part of this event, please let me or Cathe Martorella … Continue reading

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A Great Thing for Everyone!

As Rachel has moved to Jack as her competition horse, our beloved Solo has had less and less of a “job.” Yes, she is 26 years old, but perhaps I should say 26 years young. It seemed a waste to … Continue reading

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