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Misadventures

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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Benefit Trail Ride of Death
Oh-my-god! These trail riders mean business. I was invited to participate in the Annual Stewart Buffer Lands Benefit Trail Ride. This is a trail ride where you pay a small fee and it benefits a group that works to keep this park open for horse people and trail riders.
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My Most Public of My Humiliations
Oh, the most humiliating of humiliations happened last Saturday. What did they say on Seinfeld, the lawyer with Kramer, “this was the most public of my humiliations....” Thank god no one was around to witness it! (Although, now I am telling you all - basically the world.)
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Teeny, tiny, itty, bitty Baby Beasley

Teeny, tiny, itty, bitty Baby Beasley: [I love writing these types of articles for my common-sense rancher friends in Arizona. I know they are rolling their eyes at me already and I will get calls of disbelief and astonishment in about 5 minutes! :)]

So here we are, colder weather and the horses are coming in at night. I bed Baby Beasley’s stall with 4 - 5 new bags of shavings a week on top of whatever is left there.

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