Who’s Gabbing and Who’s Gushing
Safaris Unlimited (Africa) Ltd: Gordie Church
GM: Your videos of safaris are amazing! Your horses look happy and healthy. Tell us about your horses
GC: We love our horses; they are part of the family. We typically have between 25-30 horses ranging from a 12-hand pony for Tyga (our daughter) to 16.3 Warmblood cross. We have a variety of mixed breeds all purposely chosen by us to become safari horses. Their breeding consists of South African Boerped, Thoroughbred, Somali pony thoroughbred cross and warmbloods. They live with us at our farm and graze freely on 4,500 acres with all the wildlife. They are totally accustomed to game. We breed our own and have all our young stock coming through. We break them in using natural horsemanship from Parelli to horse whispering. It is always a happy moment watching a guest enjoying a homebred horse whilst on safari. We are lucky enough to have a good reputation in the local horse community for looking after our horses, which in turn means we get offered lovely horses to buy ... Read more →
May, What's Going On?
here and now
Things sure have gotten away from me here on the blog. So here I sit doing this post being in the present, with an essential oil burning in one of my diffusers and thinking about what I've been doing this past month. Let's see. I've gone on a couple of shop hop bus trips (no photos). Went on a quilt retreat again no photos, and finally finished the disappearing 4-patch quilt that's been on my pile of ufo's needing to be finished. Last summer I bought a couple of lilac bushes in lower Michigan and brought them back home ... Read more →