Infinity Farm

Relaxed and Forward; A Horse/Life Blog is my quest to understand and explain the deep and powerful connection between horses and humans.

Awe is the word that best describes what I feel about horses.  After an entire life with horses, I continue to be awestruck by them daily; spellbound by their intellect and humor, by their strength and physicality, by their breath on my cheek.

Part of the awe of horses is their fragility. From their first steps to the geriatric years, every day we have with them is a kind of victory over the impossibility of their beauty and frailty.

The beauty of a horse is the sum of his bravery and vulnerability. Maybe that beauty is what we humans aspire to emulate.

We share our home barn with llamas, goats, ducks, and Edgar Rice Burro, our moral compass. And a few dogs and cats. You can expect them to each creep into my writing from time to time.

My name is Anna Blake and I’m a horse advocate, equine professional, award-winning author, and proud member of the herd at Infinity Farm, on the Colorado prairie. I train horses and riders communication skills and dressage, and I write parables about horses and life.

It is just like man’s vanity and impertinence to call an animal dumb because it is dumb to his dull perceptions.  ~Mark Twain


  1. I’m grateful to my friend, Judy Hancock, for telling me about your blog, Anna. I signed up today and look forward to reading your articles. I love what you say about our equine friends.

  2. I am so glad to have our horses and dogs and cats. Thank you for your insight and knowledge and being able to put it down on paper. Look forward to reading about your life with your pets.

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