Everything Has an End

The past three months that I’ve leased Frankie have been a huge learning experience. He truly has taught me a lot, but he isn’t what I’m looking for long term. As much as I would love for his sweet face to stay around, he needs to move onto a new person. This year was supposed to be full of recognized competition debuts. With all that happed with Diva, that never happened. I truly love showing, but Frankie won’t be mentally stable enough to show for at least another year.

So, I’ve decided to move on to a new horse. I don’t know what horse that it yet, but hopefully, I’ll know soon. When the dust settles, the outcome may be perfect.

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