I’m putting the 4 weeks of Month 6 together because they are the final four weeks of our second solo journey. 4 weeks spent resting Roxy and getting set up with an English teaching job.
Welcome to UNAM (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México) Equine Reproduction Facility, located in Santillan, Queretaro, México. Remember the 2 equine reproduction vets that discovered that my mare Roxy was NOT pregnant, in WEEK 21?
“But what is liberty without wisdom, and without virtue? It is the greatest of all possible evils; for it is folly, vice, and madness, without tuition or restraint”. Edmund Burke.
WEEK 22 | Mexico a Caballo.
Javier Perez Rocha is the owner of Rancho Santa Marina, an organic sheep cheese farm, located just west of Atongo, Queretaro. When Javier was a boy his father bought the farm and since 1983 it had seen many iterations: cattle, hay, asparagus, mixed vegetables. Now, since 2009, it produces organic sheep cheese.
Here you find an interview with Mexican horse trainer Carlos Mancera Esquivel. IN ENGLISH. Carlos is based out of Pachuca de Soto, Hidalgo, and combines Classical Equitation with Natural Horsemanship.
“Honesty is a very expensive gift. Don’t expect it from cheap people.” Warren Buffett. WEEK 15 | Mexico a Caballo.
Entrevista con Pedro Veega, entrenador de caballos, Soledad de Doblado, Veracruz, Mexico, Agosto 14, 2019. Aquí va conocer los métodos de entrenamiento de Pedro y como se maduró su puntas de vistas después los años.
Entrevista con Angel Tenorio, Jamapa, Veracruz, Agosto 11, 2019.
Platicamos sobre su historia con caballos, charreria, y monte de toro. Y como los caballos ayudan a nosotros a nuestras vidas.
I’ve ridden over 5000 miles /8000 kms in the last 2 years with my trusty Morgan mare Roxy, mostly on pavement and hard ground, mostly very far away from home.
I know what I like and what I need.
Entrevista de Julio 26, 2019 con Xochiilt Sosa Delfin, Directora de CI Monta y Equinoterapia Lerdo de Tejado.