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Misadventures of Beasley

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HOW I FOUND BABY BEASLEY
I thought I would tell you all how I found Baby Beasley. For those of you new to this web site, I adopted a PMU foal in the year 2000. I constantly write about him in our Horse E-Newsletter. This newsletter lists all the events in Orange County, NY and promotes our Saturday morning radio show. As a bit of fun, I write about Beasley’s trials and tribulations and my foibles which he always takes advantage of.
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Ask the Editor?
A Letter in the Ask the Editor section of your favorite horse magazine: I KNOW HE IS TRYING TO POOP ON MY HEAD...I DON’T KNOW WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT AND IT’S GETTING WORSE...OR AND WHY-OH-WHY in God’s good tarnation do you have horse poop on your head?
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The Great Big Yellow Christmas Present

I own a PMU foal named Beasley. I adopted him when he was 18 months old and now he is six. He is a perfect bay and has a lovely personality. I recently bought a trailer and he and I go everywhere...

So one day, I took Beasley to Highland National Park to trail ride with my friend June.

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Stress to poop...
We know how poop turns into compost, but how does stress turn into horse poop.

On Sunday, I worked as a volunteer at a local horse show. It was an especially stressful show. I think all kids that show, should work behind the scenes just once to see what goes into putting on a show, especially the show announcers & registration booth. It can be mayhem in there and most are volunteers working.
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I NOW KNOW WHAT BETADINE TASTES LIKE
Well, Mary Ellen, my old Thoroughbred mare, got an abcess. We live on an old property, the house was built in 1820, and whenever it rains some other horrible thing from the past washes up. This particular time, she stepped on a very old nail. It went into her foot about 1 inch into the cleft of the frog. It missed anything vital thankfully. But it was still terrible and required alot of care.
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