Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Porder is as typo

I meant to type 'order.' My typing is mostly typos. I have to go back and fix them. Sometimes I miss. The nerve impulses travel down my left arm and my right arm at different speeds. If I type with two hands, that means trouble.

I went to Kokovoko Farm in KY to shop for a pony. go here for Kokovoko Farm I had read/heard that the Gotland temperament was great, so I went to see for myself. You guys saw the pictures I took while I was there.

Maggie is the pony I chose. A 9 year old mare trained to drive singles and pairs and ride. Unflappable and attractive. She is 13.2, slightly larger than the average Gotland, she is a Gotland Sport Pony with a thorcheron mare somewhere in her pedigree. I am not very experienced at driving, so unflappable, trained, and with a few years on is a good thing.

Her fancy name is Kokovoko Magnolia.

She has a new departure date of May 17th. This is actually a good sign. When you are transporting horses across the country, things can happen that you did not plan on. If my pony is in the trailer, I would prefer you take the time to deal with things rather than push on as scheduled no matter what.


d. moll, said...

Porder is a good word, even if it is a typo.

The Fab Furs said...

True, it is better that pony Maggie arrive safely than by express.