1. Wash and condition My Boy's tail.
2. Get a new bag of shavings for My Boy's shed.
3. Get pictures of the tack and feed area for Twinville's barn and tack room photo tour idea.
4. Look for a new saddle pad for My Boy at the local tack shop (more on that soon.)
5. Switch my snaffle bit onto a different headstall.
6. Get a plastic bin to haul supplies in for our horse guest ranch trip in August, and start organizing it.
7. Rehearse our guest ranch opening ceremony routine, using the song I have chosen for to represent me and My Boy.
8. Take My Boy for a ride out of the arena and off of the property.
9. Watch a showjumping competition my sister DVR'd the other day.
10. Visit my hay provider and check the current prices so I can comparison shop (they have not updated their phone message, I know it is an old recording because I am pretty sure the price of hay has not gone down!)
11. Head over to check out the new co-op remodel and see if they have the clips we need for the hay bags.
12. Visit the other farm store to pick up My Boy's winter turnout and summer rain sheet, which I took in for a cleaning last week.
13. If it stays warm, wash the winter grime out my saddle pads, halters, and splint boots, and lay them out to dry.
14. Look through catalogs and determine where to order the hay bag, horn bag, and shipping boots I need for my trip next month.
Goodness, that sounds like way too much to do. Maybe I should just stay home?!
I rode My Boy on Friday and that turned out to be a little more interesting than I planned. I will share that story tomorrow.