Ask Dillon

It is with great sadness that we report that Dillon, who answered so many questions in this section, passed away in early 2018. (Read his memorial here.) However, we are leaving the FAQ's here for all those interested, with the understanding that they were all answered when Dillon was still with us.

Here at Mylestone, there are questions that visitors often ask, and since we have so many equine residents that are familiar with the daily routine, we asked for a volunteer to write our FAQ's. We are happy to report that Dillon offered and is our new official FAQ spokespony!

Also, please take a moment and read Dillon's interview with Shadow!

If you have a question, please contact us with your question for Dillon and he will respond with an answer on the web site or in `Nickers and Neighs' as quickly as he can between grazing, greeting visitors and playing in the front field!

A recent photo of Dillon grazing in the late afternoon with his longtime buddy, Scout.

Iíd love to come visit! Can I drop by and see the horses? - Judith in West Orange

How is it determined which horses stay in the barn at night and which stay outside? - MarySue in Dunellen, NJ

What does it mean when they say float the horsesí teeth? I canít believe their teeth float! - Jennifer in Port Murray

Why do you do night feedings? Arenít you all really exhausted? - Robert of NJ

Will I be able to you meet you at Open House? Can I feed you? - Maria from PA

Who was the first horse at Mylestone? - Anna in New Jersey

How do the horses at Mylestone get their names? - Anna in New Jersey

How is Yaz doing these days? -- Pamela in Princeton, NJ


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