Ansley's Horse Training and Consignment Services

My name is Ansley Burgess. I am an honest horsewoman and passionate about my work. I enjoy working with all types/levels of horses and owners.

My name is Ansley Burgess. I am an honest horsewoman and passionate about my work. I enjoy working with all types/levels of horses and owners.

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Tutorial on wearing a mask. 😷

So ready to hit the trails soon! ❤️🐎

Happy Independence Day everyone! Be safe ❤️

Believably Kool aka Livie. This sweetheart of a mare is 6 years old. I have owned her for 4 years and she has been an absolute pleasure. She has tons of personality. No kick, bite, rear, buck, bolt, etc. She shows very well. Have mainly focused on Halter, Showmanship, Western Walk/jog, Western W/J Horsemanship, and some In Hand trail classes. Trail rides wonderfully as well. Needs more work on water crossing, but wouldn't take much. She stands around 14. 3, maybe right at 15 hands. Big hip, but fairly petite legs. I feel I need a larger horse is the only reason she is for sale. I absolutely adore this mare and do not want her to go, but I don't want to feel selfish when someone else could LOVE and appreciate her as well. Livie will sidepass, pivot, backs easy, bathes, loads (does not like to back out though). Rides bareback in a halter or under saddle in a snaffle. Walk/jog is her preferred gait. She is not 100% sound all the time. Not sure what it is, assuming pasture injury at some point, but no scars or swellings on legs. Selling as light riding/broodmare. She would make a wonderful open show horse for a youth or adult starting out and wanting to try the western showing. She is a great showmanship mare. She loves a job and task. I am located in Box Springs, GA, about 25 minutes east of Columbus. Updated on vaccinations and coggins. $2️⃣8️⃣0️⃣0️⃣

*More videos in comments. This is from a 2 month break. Obviously a little rusty, but better when ridden more consistently.

How true is this? ❤️🐴

Believably Kool aka Livie. This sweetheart of a mare is 6 years old. I have owned her for 4 years and she has been an absolute pleasure. She has tons of personality. No kick, bite, rear, buck, bolt, etc. She shows very well. Have mainly focused on Halter, Showmanship, Western Walk/jog, Western W/J Horsemanship, and some In Hand trail classes. Trail rides wonderfully as well. Needs more work on water crossing, but wouldn't take much. She stands around 14. 3, maybe right at 15 hands. Big hip, but fairly petite legs. I feel I need a larger horse is the only reason she is for sale. I absolutely adore this mare and do not want her to go, but I don't want to feel selfish when someone else could LOVE and appreciate her as well. Livie will sidepass, pivot, backs easy, bathes, loads (does not like to back out though). Rides bareback in a halter or under saddle in a snaffle. Walk/jog is her preferred gait. She is not 100% sound all the time. Not sure what it is, assuming pasture injury at some point, but no scars or swellings on legs. Selling as light riding/broodmare. She would make a wonderful open show horse for a youth or adult starting out and wanting to try the western showing. She is a great showmanship mare. She loves a job and task. I am located in Box Springs, GA, about 25 minutes east of Columbus. Updated on vaccinations and coggins. $2️⃣8️⃣0️⃣0️⃣

*Pictures from 6/19/2020

Who else is guilty of this?! 🤦🏻‍♀️🙋🏻‍♀️🐴

The Riderless Horse: one of the oldest and most moving military traditions in a full honor funeral is the riderless, caparisoned horse. The horse is led behind the caisson wearing an empty saddle with the rider’s boots reversed in the stirrups, indicating the warrior will never ride again.

This Memorial Day let's remember the heroes we have lost and the families they left behind. Never forget we are the land of the free, because of the brave.

Thanks to the 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) for this portrait of the Riderless Horse. Photo by Shelli Breidenbach Photography.

Happy Birthday Spirit! ❤️

Happy 25th Birthday to Spirit. I just loved being able to photograph such a magnificent horse. Spirit, the Kiger Mustang stallion served as the artists muse and model for the 2002 Dreamworks Animation film "Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron. "
In April 2002, after completion of the film, DreamWorks chose Return to Freedom’s American Wild Horse Sanctuary to be Spirits permanent home. He serves as a prominent ambassador of the Kiger Mustang breed. Thank you Neda DeMayo and everyone at RTF for giving him and so many other wild horses an incredible home. https://returntofreedom.org/what-we-do/sanctuary/our-horses/spirit
Photos may be purchased at my website:https://www.megfrederickphotography.com/Spirit-Stallion-Of-Cimarron
All proceeds from photos sold will be directly donated to Return to Freedom to help care for Spirit and the other rescued horses.

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Starting to put some feelers out for my next personal partner! Looking for preferably a gelding, 15.2+ hands, quarter horse or draft cross type. Will mainly be for trail riding and possibly open shows if I have time. With my work schedule, will mainly be a trail mount or obstacle type. I don’t mind if it’s a little green, but must walk, jog, and lope. Must pasture well with mares and geldings. Will stall part of the day and pasture the rest. Budget is low four figures. Preferably in Georgia or East Alabama area. *Picture for attention

These stories are my favorite!!! It’s hard work nursing them back to health, but so worth it!

As Eddie begins his training here at HWH we look back at him when he arrived just nine months ago. Our goal is for Eddie to become such a good citizen under saddle that he becomes our poster boy for what is possible on the other side of such dire circumstances.

Pictures around the farm! These cuties are all shed out and shining like copper pennies ❤️

The thing is...I love cleaning my stalls!

A perfect Friday evening!

What are everyone’s horse-y plans for the weekend?! I’m hoping to get a few rides in and work around the barn. ❤️

Who else is ready for life to return back to normal, or at least a little better than it is right now?!

Let’s start over please!

Thankful for my barn, especially tonight! Saying a prayer ahead of time that things hopefully won’t be too bad 🙏🏻

Jersey Haven Equestrian

Happy Easter!!!

Kindling's 2020 Easter Video 🐇

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Thinking about offering for your consideration..

Believably Kool aka Livie. This sweetheart of a mare is 6 years old. I have owned her for 4 years and she has been an absolute pleasure. She is not the mean mare type, but has tons of personality. No kick, bite, rear, buck, bolt, etc. She shows very well. Have mainly focused on Halter, Showmanship, Western Walk/jog, Western W/J Horsemanship, and some In Hand trail classes. Trail rides wonderfully as well. Needs more work on water crossing, but wouldn't take much. The only reason I am thinking about letting her go is I think she would love a youth or older adult that wants to go relax and hit the trails some or continue showing local shows. She stands around 14.3, maybe right at 15 hands. Big hip, but fairly petite legs. I feel I need a larger horse. I absolutely adore this mare and do not want her to go, but I don't want to feel selfish when someone else could LOVE and appreciate her as well. Livie will sidepass, pivot, backs easy, bathes, loads (does not like to back out though). Rides bareback in a halter or under saddle in a snaffle. She will lope, but really does not care for it at all nor is it smooth. Walk/jog is her preferred gait. She would also produce some beautiful foals I believe, but has never been bred. I am located in Box Springs, GA, about 25 minutes east of Columbus. Hooves are trimmed every 7 weeks. She needs her vaccinations and coggins updated, but this won't happen until after the quarantine. Thanks for reading about my girl

Hey everyone!

I have a friend who is ISO another horse to be a companion with her current one. She would like for it to at least be sound, older is fine. Quarter horse or pony is fine. She does not care for gaited breeds or Arabians. Budget is very low. She needs it to not be too big of a project type horse. She has a newborn currently, and needs something safe that she could cruise around on some. She is located in southeast Alabama(near Columbus Ga), the closer the better. Thanks everyone. *picture for attention. ❤️🐴

This too shall pass! I hope everyone is staying safe and quarantining if able. Find something fun/new to accomplish with your horse(s) or work on something that you and your horse were struggling with before. Be safe out there and we will all make it through this ❤️🏇🏼

I sure am missing the show ring! 😫

The progress on my barn has been phenomenal! Just a few more things to do and we will be rocking and rolling! 😍 So unbelievably blessed! 🐴❤️🐴

Just a little pick me up for your Monday! Who doesn’t love this face 😉😍

Always pay close attention to detail during your grooming time. Don’t speed through it and miss things. This is a time to really check your horse over for new bumps, scrapes, etc. 💜🐴

*Make the most out of your grooming time*

Some people look at grooming as a chore or as something we just have to do before we ride, but grooming can be so much more than that!!

The time you spend grooming your horse is an excellent time to observe your horse and establish what their “normal” is, and also look for any abnormalities.

Some things you can keep in mind while grooming:

•Are muscle lines smooth and soft or rigid and tight?
•Are there any dips or dimples in their bodies that seem strange?
•Is their skin and hair soft and shiny, or rough and dull?
•Is your horse sensitive in any areas of their body?
•Is muscle size/natural tension symmetrical on both sides of their body?
•Do they struggle to pick up a leg when picking out hooves?
•Do they stand square, or have a chronically crooked posture that they prefer?

When you pay close attention to your horse and establish what is normal for them it makes it easier to catch abnormalities when they first show up. This allows you to get potential problems addressed by your vet, bodyworker, chiro, etc., before they’re causing performance or quality of life issues.

Stay observant and make the most of the sweet quality time you have with your horses 💛

Perfect afternoon giving the horses a spa day! 💜 Baths, clipped, and some good grooming! Amazing what some equine therapy can do 😍

Just a little funny for the horse people!

Hope everyone is staying safe out there and taking this seriously!

Be like Secretariat, keep your distance from others 😂

Be like Secretariat. Keep your distance. 🐎

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What a beautiful day to hit the trails yesterday! Can’t wait for many more nice riding days 😍

Who else is ready?!? 😍🐴☀️

Curious about what vaccinations your horse(s) may need? Here is a chart to show you when/how often to vaccinate and what for!

Q: What are the right vaccinations for my horse?

A: The ones you decide together with your veterinarian based on the needs of your individual equine friend!

That's right -- while you can vaccinate for just about anything, it doesn't mean that you should (or shouldn't!); so it's really important that you work with your veterinarian to determine the right vaccination schedule for your horse based on your animal's location, lifestyle, use and age. A “standard” vaccination program for all horses does not exist.

THE "CORE" OF EQUINE VACCINATION

Vaccines are an important part of preventive health care; they are split into two categories: core vaccines, and "risk-based" vaccination. Core vaccines protect against diseases that are endemic to a region, are virulent/highly contagious, pose a risk of severe disease, have potential public health significance, and/or are required by law; as such, they are recommended for all horses regardless of location or use.

There are five core vaccines and they include: tetanus, Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis (EEE), Western Equine Encephalomyelitis (WEE), West Nile Virus (WNV), and rabies. For your reference, the chart that accompanies this post illustrates the basic core vaccination schedule for adult horses (excluding broodmares), as advised by the AAEP guidelines.

These extensive vaccination guidelines are available to both horse owners and veterinarians. To learn more, visit our website at https://aaep.org/guidelines/vaccination-guidelines.

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I am falling so in LOVE with my new barn!!! From just a slab of concrete in a building, to a 3 stall barn 😍 The finished product will be here soon! Can’t wait to get the horses in there!

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Hi everyone, my name is Ansley Skinner. I am an honest horsewoman and passionate about my work. I enjoy working with all types/levels of horses and owners. Making sure that each horse and new owner are a match is my main concern. It is not fair to the horse or it’s owner just to make a sale. That is not the reason I am in the horse business. It is to preserve the horse world and keep it growing with the youth of today. Nothing makes me happier than working with my lesson students and seeing their accomplishments. Their smile is what tells you that you are doing something right.

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