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Horsin’ Around

by Linda Fisher

First of all, I would like to ask everyone here

to close their gates when they take horses out

of their runs or the Turn Outs.  Gates left wide

open are a pain to go around or for the driver

of the feed truck to get out and close them.  I

appreciate this courtesy. 

Secondly, I appreciate the 'eyes' on the

property from all of you.  Things have been

running very smoothly as a result. 

Helpfulness and courtesy has been noticed by

many, including me.   Thanks

Many of us are anxiously awaiting the arrivals

of the 4 Kenlyn mares due to foal.  Let me or

Melanie know if you would like to try to attend

some of the last foalings here at Kenlyn.  I

would definitely appreciate any help from you

all once the foals are born since they need

gentling and handling. 

I have to say, I am really proud of the 500+

Kenlyn foals that I have had in my lifetime. 

The owners have made many of them 'famous'

and achieved their goals and potentials.  Just

recently, two more joined the completion one

day 100 mile achievement:  Niki Beck on

Kenlyn Blitz and Cynthia Peticolas with Kenlyn

Amir (Elicia Kamberg--rider).  Kenlyn Kiva

completed his first 50 miler.  Laurie Ormsby is

preparing Kenlyn Khemotion for her first

shows this year.  I am so thrilled when

customers/friends enjoy their Kenlyn horses

so much.  All the pleasure riders that own

them and give them wonderful lives and

homes definitely make what I have created

worthwhile.  Sarah even uses many of the

Kenlyn Arabians here to give lessons on.  That

sure should dispell the belief that Arabians are

such 'wild' horses!  Anyway, I am just

reflecting and feeling a bit sad to be ending

my Arabian breeding years.  I still have so

many outstanding Arabian horses, with so

much to give the horse world.  Handling and

training the youngsters properly is just getting

to be too difficult for me.  Wish I had as many

dedicated volunteers as I did in the past.  I

probably wouldn't be thinking of quitting

breeding.  I post on my Linda Fisher Facebook

page many pictures of Kenlyn horses that are

doing many different things so Friend me if

you would like to enjoy them too!

Note: Do not drive over the chain gate to get into the parking lot.Please move it off to the side before driving in. If you are unable to move the gate out of the way, you will need to park along the road.

What’s Happening

March 7 Game Night 7 pm:  These are held in Linda’s kitchen.  We sit around the kitchen table, listen to music, and play games ANYONE can play.  Everyone brings some kind of snack to share and feel free to bring your own game. March 11 Full moon trail ride 6 pm:     Let’s hope it warms up. This should be a wonderful time of year to ride and enjoy the evenings and moonlight.  Horses see extremely well at night and actually shy less than in the day! This full moon is called the Wolf Moon. March 12 Daylight Saving begins!:  Daylight Savings Time is just around the corner and the first day of Spring is close behind it!  April 8, Full Moon Trail Ride 7 pm:   Come enjoy the conversations with other barn friends as we watch the moon rise.  This walking pleasure ride has been a tradition for many years!This full moon is called the Snow Moon. April 19 Game Night 7 pm:  Come join in the fun at Linda’s house as we share good snacks and good company.  Please bring a snack to share. April 22 Barn SHOTS and WORMING all day: ALL horses on the property need to be vaccinated and wormed.  Linda Fisher has the vaccines (4-way, Rhino, Strep, and West Nile) and wormer for $10 each if you want to get everything from her.  If you would like to do this yourself--she can help teach you how.  Otherwise, you need to let her know that you have gotten the vet out.  May 13th will be the make-up day if the weather is bad on April 22nd.

New Boarders

February Brent Anderson – Clyde Donna Zimmer–Triger

Trainers

Sarah Jarvis Cell: 970-443-2957 e-mail: srhjarvis@gmail.com www.InfiniteEquestrian.com

Real Estate

If you are looking to buy or sell a home or even thinking about getting some horse property, please contact Denise Fisher and she would be willing to help you in the process. Cell (303) 809-5093. www.DeniseSellsColorado.com 

Kenlyn Horsin’ Around

March-April

    

KENLYN ARABIANS
Boarder of the Month

Lisa Drey (Ms. March)

I’m thrilled to be chosen to be boarder of the month. Of course two other people turned it down before I was picked. Anyway, I am a psychiatric nurse practitioner and mother of two 20-somethings, when I am not at the barn being a 3rd choice boarder. When I was 5 years old I began riding horses daily during my summer and winter vacations. We rode bareback in our bare feet and shorts. I spent the time riding all day long in the hot humid muggy weather in South Carolina, where I visited my father and where the flies are aplenty. I rode with my two girlfriends and as we got a little older, we were no longer supervised on these rides. You can imagine the fun and dangerous times we had. I always rode a chestnut Tennessee Walker named Rosie.  I stopped going down there when I became more interested in boys than I was in horses. In 2012 I took an 8-day riding vacation by myself through parts of Spain. We rode from the Great Pyrenees Mountains to the shining Mediterranean Sea. Through wine country and drinking the whole time.  It brought back all those great memories from when I was a kid (a sober kid) and before boys ever came into my life. I promised myself that I would continue to have horses in my life when I got back to the US. Finally in 2014, 6 months after a lumbar fusion of 3 lower vertebrae, I bought my first horse, Sirius Black, a Tennessee Walker. I thought a smooth ride would be the way to go if I wanted to preserve the health of my spine.  Since I loved to ride trails all day long, I decided to try LD endurance rides. I was given Linda’s name as someone who might be willing to trailer my horse and me to the Mountain Mettle ride. She picked us up at Cherry Creek State Park where I was boarding. She said she would never pick me up there again. She was the second person with a trailer who said they would never pick me up again. So I agreed to move my horse to Kenlyn. The rest is history. Last season we completed 5 LD rides successfully and even came in 1st place at one of them, despite the fact that Sirius fell in the 23rd mile of a 25 mile race and I ended up with a 2nd degree shoulder separation. A great story for the grandkids someday and fun to tell when people ask me why I appear so deformed.
Lisa on Sirius Black
Lisa on Sirius Black and the Shamrock endurance ride.
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What’s Happening

March 7 Game Night 7 pm:  These are held in Linda’s kitchen.  We sit around the kitchen table, listen to music, and play games ANYONE can play.  Everyone brings some kind of snack to share and feel free to bring your own game. March 11 Full moon trail ride 6 pm:     Let’s hope it warms up. This should be a wonderful time of year to ride and enjoy the evenings and moonlight.  Horses see extremely well at night and actually shy less than in the day! This full moon is called the Wolf Moon. March 12 Daylight Saving begins!:  Daylight Savings Time is just around the corner and the first day of Spring is close behind it!  April 8, Full Moon Trail Ride 7 pm:   Come enjoy the conversations with other barn friends as we watch the moon rise.  This walking pleasure ride has been a tradition for many years!This full moon is called the Snow Moon. April 19 Game Night 7 pm:  Come join in the fun at Linda’s house as we share good snacks and good company.  Please bring a snack to share. April 22 Barn SHOTS and WORMING all day: ALL horses on the property need to be vaccinated and wormed.  Linda Fisher has the vaccines (4-way, Rhino, Strep, and West Nile) and wormer for $10 each if you want to get everything from her.  If you would like to do this yourself--she can help teach you how.  Otherwise, you need to let her know that you have gotten the vet out.  May 13th will be the make-up day if the weather is bad on April 22nd.

Horsin’ Around

by Linda Fisher

First of all, I would like to ask everyone here

to close their gates when they take horses out

of their runs or the Turn Outs.  Gates left wide

open are a pain to go around or for the driver

of the feed truck to get out and close them.  I

appreciate this courtesy. 

Secondly, I appreciate the 'eyes' on the

property from all of you.  Things have been

running very smoothly as a result. 

Helpfulness and courtesy has been noticed by

many, including me.   Thanks

Many of us are anxiously awaiting the arrivals

of the 4 Kenlyn mares due to foal.  Let me or

Melanie know if you would like to try to attend

some of the last foalings here at Kenlyn.  I

would definitely appreciate any help from you

all once the foals are born since they need

gentling and handling. 

I have to say, I am really proud of the 500+

Kenlyn foals that I have had in my lifetime. 

The owners have made many of them 'famous'

and achieved their goals and potentials.  Just

recently, two more joined the completion one

day 100 mile achievement:  Niki Beck on

Kenlyn Blitz and Cynthia Peticolas with Kenlyn

Amir (Elicia Kamberg--rider).  Kenlyn Kiva

completed his first 50 miler.  Laurie Ormsby is

preparing Kenlyn Khemotion for her first

shows this year.  I am so thrilled when

customers/friends enjoy their Kenlyn horses

so much.  All the pleasure riders that own

them and give them wonderful lives and

homes definitely make what I have created

worthwhile.  Sarah even uses many of the

Kenlyn Arabians here to give lessons on.  That

sure should dispell the belief that Arabians are

such 'wild' horses!  Anyway, I am just

reflecting and feeling a bit sad to be ending

my Arabian breeding years.  I still have so

many outstanding Arabian horses, with so

much to give the horse world.  Handling and

training the youngsters properly is just getting

to be too difficult for me.  Wish I had as many

dedicated volunteers as I did in the past.  I

probably wouldn't be thinking of quitting

breeding.  I post on my Linda Fisher Facebook

page many pictures of Kenlyn horses that are

doing many different things so Friend me if

you would like to enjoy them too!

Note: Do not drive over the chain gate to get into the parking lot.Please move it off to the side before driving in. If you are unable to move the gate out of the way, you will need to park along the road. Boarder of the Month

Lisa Drey (Ms. March)

I’m thrilled to be chosen to be boarder of the month. Of course two other people turned it down before I was picked. Anyway, I am a psychiatric nurse practitioner and mother of two 20-somethings, when I am not at the barn being a 3rd choice boarder. When I was 5 years old I began riding horses daily during my summer and winter vacations. We rode bareback in our bare feet and shorts. I spent the time riding all day long in the hot humid muggy weather in South Carolina, where I visited my father and where the flies are aplenty. I rode with my two girlfriends and as we got a little older, we were no longer supervised on these rides. You can imagine the fun and dangerous times we had. I always rode a chestnut Tennessee Walker named Rosie.  I stopped going down there when I became more interested in boys than I was in horses. In 2012 I took an 8-day riding vacation by myself through parts of Spain. We rode from the Great Pyrenees Mountains to the shining Mediterranean Sea. Through wine country and drinking the whole time.  It brought back all those great memories from when I was a kid (a sober kid) and before boys ever came into my life. I promised myself that I would continue to have horses in my life when I got back to the US. Finally in 2014, 6 months after a lumbar fusion of 3 lower vertebrae, I bought my first horse, Sirius Black, a Tennessee Walker. I thought a smooth ride would be the way to go if I wanted to preserve the health of my spine.  Since I loved to ride trails all day long, I decided to try LD endurance rides. I was given Linda’s name as someone who might be willing to trailer my horse and me to the Mountain Mettle ride. She picked us up at Cherry Creek State Park where I was boarding. She said she would never pick me up there again. She was the second person with a trailer who said they would never pick me up again. So I agreed to move my horse to Kenlyn. The rest is history. Last season we completed 5 LD rides successfully and even came in 1st place at one of them, despite the fact that Sirius fell in the 23rd mile of a 25 mile race and I ended up with a 2nd degree shoulder separation. A great story for the grandkids someday and fun to tell when people ask me why I appear so deformed. Lisa on Sirius Black Lisa on Sirius Black and the Shamrock endurance ride. 

New Boarders

February Brent Anderson – Clyde Donna Zimmer–Triger

Kenlyn Trainers

Sarah Jarvis Cell: 970-443-2957 e-mail: srhjarvis@gmail.com www.InfiniteEquestrian.com

Real Estate

If you are looking to buy or sell a home or even thinking about getting some horse property, please contact Denise Fisher and she would be willing to help you in the process. Cell (303) 809-5093. www.DeniseSellsColorado.com