So, our new residence is Bridlewood Equestrian Center and we hope it will be our happy home for many years to come.
This is the front gate:
Here is the front entrance to the barn. A single row of stalls is to the right and left of the walkway and it opens up to the covered arena with another row of stalls on the other side of the covered arena. (I'm trying to see how many times I can throw the words covered arena in this post) The open window immediately to the left of the walkway (or is that technically a breezeway?) is Spenser's room. He's next to the office/lounge. He's the partier you know.
Sammy and Noah are side by side across the....you guessed it...covered arena. They enjoy chatting outside, observing nature. (Don't ask me about the hawks right outside their window...Sammy is too young for that stuff!) I'm glad Sammy's got Noah right there to explain things.
If you walk to the left and around the barn, you are at this end of the...you guessed it...covered arena.
Now the arena has some serious lights, really. I think they were football stadium lights in another life.
On the other side of the barn/covered arena, behind the wall of mirrors are the wash racks/grooming stalls.
Are you getting the picture here? It's all about the covered arena. Sammy got to try out the grooming area. He really liked the noise he made when he stomped on the concrete in his brand new shoes. We're going to have to work on that one. Baby shouldn't need new shoes all the time. It seemed like he was listening.
But I think he was faking it.
I don't want you to think we ONLY have a covered arena, there are actually pastures for turn out too. This is Sammy and Noah's view out their back window.
And this is the far lower pasture and next to it is the preserved land that has trails for riding. (Really for the birds but they share)
Walking up from the lower pasture/land preserve area, Spenser paused for a moment. Not a bad place to rest. Straight ahead of him are pastures on the right and Sammy and Noah's condos on the left.
They appear to have settled in and are enjoying their new facilities.