Monday, February 28, 2011

March 1 Equine Astrology Tip of the Day

Tuesday March 01 Equine Astrology TOD: Whenever you ask your horse for something, it is said, ask him by a favor. Does this mean we'll owe him if he says yes? Won't matter today as all our asking comes to naught. Superficial pleasantries succeed where requests for performance may fail. Stick to trail riding while singing the theme song to "Mr.Ed" and we won't be disappointed.

Saturday, February 26, 2011

Sat 2/26 Equine Astrology Tip of the Day

Half the failures in life, notes Thomas Hood, arise from pulling in one's horse as he is leaping. If we're guilty of this today the fault, to paraphrase The Bard, isn't in us, it's in the stars. Energy levels fluctuate wildly. Best be prepared for stopping when we want to go, and vice-versa.

Monday, February 21, 2011

Feb 22 Equine Astrology Tip of the Day


Tuesday, February 22 Equine Astrology TOD: It's a good day for making power moves so if we find that our horse is taking us where he wants to go rather than following our plan, he probably read this memo first. (Ditto if it's the boss, spouse, kids, or dog setting our agenda instead of the other way around).

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Sunday 2/20 Equine Astrology Tip of the Day

The map isn't the territory it's said, but the map won't even be the map today. Riders with no destination or goal succeed in that quest, Type-A equestrians fizzle. Everyone should carry an extra water bottle to replace the one that will spill.

Monday, February 14, 2011

Equine Astrology Tip of Day

Tuesday, February 15 Equine Astrology Tip of the Day: History, said Twain, doesn't repeat itself--but it does rhyme. Whether we were writing Shakespeare or really rough drafts with our horse approximately one month ago (on Jan 10 or 11), we get a repeat of that performance today. Now where did we put those notes? ...

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Sunday 2/13 Equine Astrology Tip of Day

Sunday 2/13 Equine Astrology Tip of the Day: Smart riders won't sleep in this Sunday as productivity peaks early. Imagination rules latter part of day, with a bit of rebelliousness thrown in--which means, if we make any unplanned dismounts, we can make snow angels (assuming nothing's broken).

Made snow angels in the snow drift by front of my barn earlier this week, and the two Ay-rabs on the property snorted and spooked at them! Goofs. (Next time I'll make a snow mountain lion or something ...).