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Always An Orchard Hill Girl

When I first moved Dino to Orchard Hill, I did so with a lot of trepidation. It was so different from any other barn situation I'd been in, despite being the Fanciest Shedrow In Bucks County, and at first he was even terrified of his mini donks. I wondered what I had done, and if this would work out for us. But within a few weeks, I saw my pony start to bloom there - mentally, physically, and emotionally - and I hoped that Orchard Hill would be our last move before I bought my own farm and Dino came home to live out his days in my backyard. I made lasting friendships with Sully's Mom and Kim, and I treasure them like sisters. Boarding there changed my riding in ways I could never have imagined, and I became braver and bolder and my bond with Dino strengthened.

However, Life Is Change.

Instead of the 10 acre farm I wanted, we bought a 2 acre plot in a neighborhood where I can't have horses in the backyard. And as absolutely perfect as it is in every other way, being a 35-4…

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