That’s a Wrap! [2015]

I can’t believe it’s the end of 2015. It’s been such a long journey this year. We started off at the equine hospital in January due to Tofino having diarrhea and shortly after, I was in the hospital undergoing a surgery.

Weeks of no weight bearing, just to undergo another surgery and then another. This year alone, it has been 3 surgeries, and long bed rest recoveries. Despite all the time in and out of hospitals throughout the years, the website thankfully picked up so many hits which is all thanks to you guys 💙.

Just before the season, after continuously purchasing Reverdy Adult Specific Feed since his diarrhea mishap, we luckily managed to get sponsored by Cavalos Equine Care & Supplies which is more than amazing 😍. They are not only super supportive and generous, but also have a wide range of brands that they represent, e.g, Cavalleria ToscanaFranco Tucci, and more.

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Tofino was taking it easy in the paddocks, with a few gallops here and there; until I got the green light to ride again. Having been on and off for 4 years now due to my injury, it was and still is such a struggle to ride. My pain is continuous so I’m in pain whether I am riding or not, so might as well make it worth 😉 (keep moving forward).


We managed to do two shows thus far which went surprisingly really well.  I am truly so very proud of us ❤️. Tofino has been super patient with me and I am honestly so lucky to have him in my life.  The time spent not being able to ride has increased our bond immensely (tips on horse bonding).


I have had a blast riding again and everyday is a new adventure. I am so thankful for of course Tofino,, Cavalos Equine Care & Supplies for their sponsorship and support, and for you guys who take the time to go through my blog. Thank you so much and I hope you all have a Happy New Year 🎉


2 thoughts on “That’s a Wrap! [2015]

  1. Happy New Year! I am glad somebody else ‘gets it.’ My non-horse friends freak out when they see me hobbling to and from the barn, but my knees hurt regardless of if I ride or not, so I might as well ride!


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