Any other horse lovers out there?
Posted 22 April 2008 - 08:26 AM
I have 2 horses right now - Lucky (hence my board name) my Thoroughbred is my baby boy - He just turned 10 and I had him since he was 5. He was right off the track, I retained him and now he is a gem. He and I have such an awesome bond and trusting relationship, he is my boy. My other horse is Rex I bought him when he was 4 and he is now 6, unfortunately he is now for sale. But he is my sweet and loving quarter horse that enjoys spending his time licking my face like a dog. He's a silly one!!!
Here are a few pictures of my darling Lucky
Posted 25 May 2008 - 07:51 PM
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Scoot -- parrotlet
Buddy -- parrotlet
Canaries X 3, skinny, fat girl, & Ringo
2 lovebirds-Squeek & Squalk
4 babbling budgies
Megan the mouser
Russian Tortise X2
Posted 25 July 2008 - 02:17 PM
Currently I have an 11 year old APHA Paint horse who I do dressage and Trail ride with. He is my Blue-eyed boyfriend for sure. I've had him since he was 5 and I was his fifth owner at the time - he was a used stud - so kind of ornery you could say when he first came into my life. He was cut just a month before our relationship started, boy was it tough at first! It is true that you appreciate more your hard work when you see where he is today. I'm so proud of him!
Our other horse is a quarter horse cross - that we picked up for our stepdaughter for Christmas a couple of years ago. He is now the family horse since she decided to move out of state back to her family. He doesn't get much attention, so I try to find anyone that can help ride him. He is so loveable and doesn't get the attention he used to - I feel bad for him and struggle with what would be best - he loves kids! He was diagnosed with navicular a year and a half ago - but is safe to ride w/t and light canter.
I am currently considering a contract on an American Warmblood/Hanovarian. My Paint - due to the way he is built - stock type horse- is limited in the show ring due to his confirmation. Therefore we are unable to move up the levels and still get decent scores. Warmbloods dominate with their uphill carriage.
We board 'cause I have a city boy who does not want the maintenance of property! Alas I live and breath my equine hobby and still can't wait till I get home to see my Ekkies!
Let me show you how to drive!
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