October 20, 2020 2 min read
Halloween, All Hallow’s Eve, All Saint’s Eve-- whatever you call it, most people have a sense of what would give them goose bumps on a cold, dark, full moon night. Scary Michael Myers masks, skeletons, and crafty witch’s brew are all appropriate decor for typical Halloween festivities for thenormal people. Trick or treaters grazing on thousands of calories in zombie costumes, fake blood, princess dresses and everything in between.
For equestrians, there are much more terrifying things that walk the aisle of the stable!
Equestrians are usually classified as hair-brained, but tough people that hardly care about much more than their horse(s). When scary things happen or think they MAY HAVE happened- we are easy panickers. Listed in no particular order are the things of equestrian bedtime scary stories and nightmares.
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