Thursday, October 19, 2017

Chilcotin Holidays

Still the New Horse


My name is Sorcerer, I've been at the ranch for the last 4 years and it still does not feel like home. I don't have many friends, others don't like me. I used to put my head down and get kicked all the time I wouldn't fight back. But now I kick back! I think I understand that I have to look out for myself, even if that means running away from here. That's what I do every time I get the chance, I run down the road, jump the cattle-guard and go to the ranch next door to visit my friends. They are nice there, I don't feel left aside and different when I go, but maybe I would if I were to stay there forever. It's really not easy to find your role, status in a group. There is always somebody bigger than you, or who tries to boss everyone around. 
I am different and don't want to change who I am for the community, I want the community to accept who I am, the way I am. Fortunately I have a few friends here or the place would be a total nightmare otherwise. I brought them down the road the other day and we had so much fun. I don't like it when they leave to go on a trip and I'm not with them. It makes me feel very insecure and I know we are stronger when we are together. To be accepted by others I have to keep working hard, the more I will lead the more they will respect me. It's tough to be the last one who arrived but I will work my way up, and become a great leader. I have so much to learn, it gets overwhelming sometimes but I know I can do it! And after all I have the best friends to support me. I don't have many friends but I can rely on them with my life. And it also happens that I meet a great human who protects me and help me with all the things that are not easy for me to do. 
My name is Sorcerer, and one day I will be a lead horse.

- Celina, France

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We are a licensed guide outfitter and we conduct guided wilderness adventures throughout our 5,000 square km operating area. This guide area has been operational since 1880, making it the oldest in British Columbia. More about us HERE.

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