Saturday, May 26, 2012
New Cross-Country Jumps at Farm in Cochranville
Well folks, the farm in Cochranville is starting to look like the Kentucky Horse Park with the addition of some BN - P cross-country jumps. Local farming Guru Jamie Hicks had been doing some conservation work on some of Katie and Cuyler Walker's land, clearing some beautiful old Orange Osage trees that had overgrown into the farm land. He was kind enough to deliver a few truckloads for Eric Bull of ETB construction to convert into some awesome looking cross-country fences.
Twenty fences were made, from beginner novice logs for the young horses, to some serious narrow fences to test the more experienced horses. Some ditches and corners were also added to really make my insurance carrier nervous.
A big thank you must go out to Katie and Cuyler, Jamie and Eric for all contributing to improving the training facility at our farm.
Posted by Amber Heintzberger at 12:33 AM