‘Barn Stories’ Ep. 76: Of solitude and stall cleaning

Looking for the antidote to a stressful day? Get out your manure fork and listen to this episode.

In this essay, longtime EQUUS staff member Jo Meszoly describes the welcome solitude of cleaning stalls after a busy day in a way that transports you to her barn on an early summer evening. 

There’s something profoundly centering—even meditative—about this daily chore that transcends the job at hand to provide peace in the moment. If you can relate, we think you will enjoy listening to this episode of “Barn Stories.” (Maybe while cleaning stalls?)

 

This episode is brought to you by My New Horse, a place where those new to horse ownership or riding will find the resources and community they need for their stage of the equine journey.

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