Tweet Late summer means weaning time at many farms so I’m photographing the youngsters as they transition from foals to weanlings. Plans are to photograph the weaning process sometime in August. Right now it’s like Weanling Camp with a Troop Leader as the weanlings follow a nursemare and stay close to the other weanlings.Order this Photo.Order this Photo.Order this Photo.Order this photo.Order this photo.Order this Photo.With beautiful morning and evening light, it’s an opportune time to photograph horses of all ages out in their fields or working on a training track.View other photos from On the Farm & At the Track. The yearling sales season has started and competitive racing is ongoing. The Quality Road/Blame matchup this weekend in the Whitney at Saratoga is one to watch. All breeds of horses are preparing for the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games (WEG) that begin in September here in Lexington. My WEG coverage still is in the planning stages but should allow for some unique opportunities. I’ll have blog entries on the WEG at www.throughthelensblog.com plus blog entries under Behind the Scenes at WEG on TheHorse.com. Thanks for visiting my blog as I begin the transition into an ongoing feature. Your input is important if you have ideas, topic suggestions, questions. Send them my way.I’ll respond to the Comments section and questions as quickly as possible. Thanks guys!