Forever Watching

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Thursday, May 26, 2016


Hello again fellow Sir followers!

Sir and I hope that you are all doing well and he asked that I tell you about this weekend's Yard Sale.
There will so much to offer....lot's of high end new merchandise as well as the usual fare that is generally at yard sales.

It will be held both Saturday and Sunday at the
North Shore Horse Rescue.
2330 Sound Ave
 Baiting Hollow, NY 11933

Some GPS mapping show it as Calverton. No worries; it's the same.

So come on out and browse our wares, visit the horses, and make a day of it!
All proceeds go to benefit of the rescued horses. 

If for some reason you can't make it out to the farm; please consider donating online.
Click here to donate

Sir, his buddies, and I look forward to seeing and meeting  you all this coming weekend!
May 28th & May 29th......

As always thanks for reading our blog.

Until next time......

I Remain


Sir's Human

Saturday, May 21, 2016

May 20 Viacom Employees volunteer! what a day!

Hi all

Spent yesterday, 5/20 at the farm helping with an event that was held.
Approximately 15 people from Viacom made the the trek from NYC to volunteer at the farm and to get a feel for what it's like to work with horses.

What a great group! After signing in they listened to a brief talk by Laurel and Sue.We brought Mack and Black into the wash stalls and Lucy off to the side and the grooming began! They did a great job. I believe that it was a woman named Danielle. She was tasked with cleaning Mack's butt! LOL She was a trooper and was quick to the task. She did an awesome job.
The others groomed and mucked and did all that they were asked to do. All with a smile.
Most of them expressed that they would come back to the barn to help out.

Did some grooming on Sir. He was giving me his usual "What about me" stare. So I brought him out of the paddock and brushed him. Most of the shedding of his winter coat is done. Picked his hooves and applied hoof conditioner and some Thrush Blaster to all four hooves.
It's such a pleasure when he lifts his feet for me automatically.

We turned Sir, Bullet, Copper out in the big grazing paddock for around 30 minutes. Bullet took off like a rocket and showed that he truly is a thoroughbred.

It was along day for sure. Pete and I went out to a diner for dinner then went to his house for coffee and cake, He made a big bag of his famous caramel popcorn for Lynn. That stuff is great!

When I got home and finally hit the pillow I slept like a rock!

Today we kind of took it easy at the barn. I gave Sir a full groom today while he was grazing.
He tugs at my heart when he follows me to the gate of  his paddock. He stands there and watches me as until I pull out of the gate.

Man I love that guy!!

Until next time.......

I remain


Sir's Human

Thursday, May 5, 2016

Has it been almost a month???

A Big Hello to ALL of my Readers!

I can't believe that it has been almost a month since my last post.
As you can imagine I have been busy at work, home, & at the rescue.

I have been spending more time with Sir this past month and I am happy to say that we are back to where we were as far as our bond.
And it feels great! Hopefully I will ride him soon.  One of my friends at the barn said that she will help me brush up on my riding technique and help with some ground work with Sir.
I am looking forward to that.

I took my friend Pete to have his hernia surgery done the other day. It turns out that he had a double hernia. Spent the day and part of the evening with him, He is doing well and seems to be healing quickly.

The ASPCA Help A Horse Day was held on Saturday April 23rd at the Rescue. The day started out with misty rain. And attendance in the first couple of hours was thin. However, after the rain ended the crowds grew. I was told that over 300 people attended the event. We had food vendors and an ice cream truck. There were many craft vendors that attended as well as three animal shelters; Kent Animal Shelter, Riverhead Animal Shelter, and South Hampton Animal Shelter as well.
WEHM DJ Anthony was there and gave away a multitude of prizes, including concert tickets!

There were several Equine Demonstrations throughout the day as well. Equine Massage, Horse Shoeing, a Tour of the Farm, as well as face painting, a live band, etc. There were information tables set up for various farm related activities, etc.

After finishing my shift at the sign in table I was doing what I enjoy best.....I was a "Floater". I walked and mingled with the crowd. Spoke to lots of people and vendors concerning the rescue and what we hope to accomplish.

I invite you to make a trip out to the rescue someday. Come see the horses and meet the awesome volunteers. Find out how the horses are used for helping Veterans with PTSD through our sister organization Heart2Heart.
Bring a picnic lunch and some carrots for the horses and just enjoy the surroundings and the day!

I Remain Humbly


Sir's Human!

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