Hello and welcome to East Wood Stables and Ranch. Sorry for the crappy logo. I couldnt get it to work D: Anyway. on with the tour.
First stop is our pastures. There are 6 pastures, that are almost 40 acres each...mhmm thats what I thought too :D, we put out 20-30 horses for each pasture. They each have their own lake/pond. They have plenty of space to run and play. Plenty of trees for shade and shelter, food, and water...
Next stop is the Lodge. Yes, there is a lodge for the humans, if your a horse, go with Furlong. ~A beautiful black Gelding walks by, stoping where the people are. He has a beautiful blue halter and his racing saddle on~ Jackie! Jesus! is he racing today? I forgot. Well, horses, you can go watch him warmup and race? anywho....lets go! ~signals to move forward~ Oh and dogs and cats are allowed in the lodge as long as their trained, they dont need a leash, untrained animals need on, Cause Gunner doesn't like when other dogs or cats try and eat his food, Do ya' Gunner? ~Scratches an Rottweiler's ears~ This is Gunner, our "Lodge Guardian" as we like to call him. Anyway, the lodge has 64 rooms, complete with bathrooms for you and your pet, a kitchen, and room service. (Yes there is a dog food service, but you order for them, they can't talk! i think...) Well, shall we go on? Oh and if anyone has any questions just ask in the FAQ or FQA or whatever! you know what it is!
Next is the "Employee station" you can come here if one of the jobs appeles to you. ~Waves at the receptionist, but she doesnt wave back~ Fine wasnt waving to you anyway...hmpm
Next, are the problem stalls. If you're horse(s) are starting to get out of hand, bring them here and place them in one of the stalls that fit your horses problem. There are 4, but 30 stalls for each group. Aggression, Bucking/Charging off, nipping, and health.
(For pictures, go to the Photo's)
Next are the Barns. here are a FEW of them, Foaling, Mares, Geldings, Stallions, and Weanlings. We place two Weanlings in one stall because the stalls are just huge so..wont waste the space. We make sure its okay with the owner and to see if the horses can get along well. Stallions and Geldings are placed alone! Stallion with Stallion will get very bloody. Trust me, Real Life Experience, well the 3 were geldings and one was a stallion and next to the pen they were in, were mares and foals. ended with barbwire scratched across Tumbleweed, Chester, and Snuffy's chests. (The 3 horses listed are my aunts horses irl, beautiful boys. Quarters)