Thank goodness for Equine Natural Care's amazing herbs and incredible training! I am so grateful for this opportunity to help and educate fellow horse lovers! ~ Terri Beecher
I am really interested in finding out more about this program. Would you consider presenting your program/products at a Pagosa Parelli Players meeting??
My own horse, Bravo, has benefitted tremendously from the different herb blends that Terri offers, and I have seen changes for the better in a much happier temperament, weight stability, energy levels, hoof quality, hair quality, stress levels, and muscle tone.
Right now, I am using the awesome 2 week natural dewormer that she offers, ensuring that all three of my horses have happy bellies, and my pastures are egg free! The herbs actually dissolve the worm egg casings, making it impossible for larvae to live outside of the horse's body, thereby breaking their whole life cycle!
Pretty incredible stuff! Check it out on the Out West Herbs page on the website: outwestsaddlery.com/out-west-herbs/
Dear Friends & Family of Spencer & Judy LaFlure, I am Terri Beecher of Out West Saddlery in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. My husband Bob & I have been friends and huge fans of Spencer & Judy for over 25 y...
Dear Friends & Family of Spencer & Judy LaFlure, I am Terri Beecher of Out West Saddlery in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. My husband Bob & I have been friends and huge fans of Spencer & Judy for over 25...
So cool! I love the hummingbirds. Two maker's marks...unique!
I could not be more proud and excited to own this artwork! Thank you sooo much Bob, Estella O'Connelland Terri Beecher for the collaboration to make my dreams come true. Thank You Larry Smith, my amazing husband for the gift of a lifetime!
Truly a work of art!! Thanks for sharing!!
Unreal. I'd have it just to Look at it. So so amazing
That saddle does rival the beauty of any silver studded parade saddle I've ever seen. My husband restores old motorcycles and there is a trend towards all-black, even the mufflers and traditionally chromed items. This reminds me of what my husband is doing, letting the form be the hero and not the shine. Wonderful saddle, thank you for sharing.
I am so excited! I rode in it for the first time yesterday and it felt like it was always a part of us. It looks so beautiful on Encantada. Looking forward to more adventures. Rancho Ruiz
Beyond beautiful... 😍😍😍
Absolutely beautiful! Estella and Bob did a great job!
In awe as always 😮❤️👍😍🍷Cheers🍷
What a masterpiece
Such exquisite & beautiful work! ❤️you guys Rock!
that is beautiful!!
Absolutely gorgeous! 😍
My dream saddle! Love it!
Beautiful! And I love my OWS saddle also!
Beautiful!!!! Congrats Deb. I also have a OWS saddle that love love love 🙂
These would be about the coolest Valentine Gift ever in my book! Fabulous craftsmanship and artistry meets function- stunning.
Jealous. Absolutely gorgeous
Kimberly Cones Woah
Heidi Haenni-Hoogland aren't these so cool
Wow...I think I need a pair of custom chinks. This purple is amazing. Such a deep, rich color.
This is sooooooo beautiful 😍
Agreed! Beautiful purple!! Coming from...not a purple fan. Everything Out West Saddlery does is Extrodinaire!!👍❤️🙏God Bless
How much in chap
Maddie Steuerwald oh my god i need these
Gorgeous! A piece of art!
Wow!! Love that sunflower !!
Again thank you Out West Saddlery and Ms. Estella for the love and craftsmanship that these were made with. The artistry showcased in this set of chinks is second to none in my opinion, and I know that they will last many years. I'll be a life long customer and can't wait for the next item that is in the works.
I started riding 15 years ago when my aunt brought her angry QH to live at my family's new farm. At the time I was 15 and had no interest in horses but I did rather like this animal that everyone kept telling me was too dangerous for me to go near. After a few months of playing with him out in the pasture I got bored and started climbing and sitting on him because the ground in the pasture was always wet. I decided that I wanted to try riding but he would get hostile if he saw a bit and was touchy about saddles so I took to putting reins on a plain halter and away we would go. The funny thing is that none of this bonding means that we don't fight. In fact I think that this is part of why we get along. Both of us are fighters, it is a regular thing for us to get into shoving matches or to wrestle. The matches have taken on a formal tone in that one of us initiates and the other has a choice to respond, the games then generally end when I sit down or he decides that he needs a hug, and he doesn't play rough games with anyone else. This also extends to our riding. He generally comes out of the pasture when called to ride on his own and almost any tacking is incomplete without dramatic attempts to bite (somehow he can never quite reach me even though he isn't tied). We ride bitless and our deal is that he goes where I say but I often ask him for his choice and any time we run he gets to eat after. All in all our bond is not the peaceful curious one described in the story and I'm definitely boss but what we have works for us and seems to provide him what he needs and wants.
My 2 cents: There is a lot of truth to this, and stuff just unique to her and her horses. I don't see the truth in all of it, but I have experienced the "moment" she mentioned at the end with each of my horses. Horsemanship: The journey that never ends.