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Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Wordless Wednesday




Frisky fall fun
October 10, 2008


15 comments:

  1. oh how beautiful! that appy looks like an arab when he poses, you know, the workman-like arab. i enlarged the photo so it filled my screen and relaxed my eyes to take in his form.

    i love his two tone tail, and the length too. i have something for hock-length tails - i think they look like baby tails and the horse looks younger with such a tail. of course it has to be thick and "fluffy" for that to work. that appy's got it: )

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  2. Nice photos! I sometimes forget that your guy has almost the same colours as Rusty.

    That is a nice looking herd - quite a good range of colours - red roan, palomino, grey, black and a sorrel (chestnut??)

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  3. Great photos! Nothing like alittle frolicking time!

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  4. Awww those are great photos! Thanks for sharing!

    Good pick me up this slow Wednesday morning...

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  5. Oh I love that first photo!! The Sorrel's mane is awesome!! I could watch horses run all day long!! Beautiful shots!!

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  6. I can almost hear them. Their snorts, their breath, their hooves. Thanks for sharing!

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  7. Are they having fun or what!!! Beautiful photos too!

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  8. The sorrel and black are Kimfer's dad's horses. Both are TWH geldings and the sorrel is a MAJOR bully. Part of the reason I'm waiting until spring to buy a new horse.
    The grey filly and the palomino gelding are Kimfer's (QH's) although *technically* the gelding is actually Kimfer's dad's.
    Then of course there is our Appy. Not pictured is Cessa who wisely kept her old butt out of the way. lol

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  9. Lytha - he does have kinda an Arab look doesn't he? His tail is actually quite a bit below his hock, I think the combo of the breeze and his holding it make it look shorter. But he does have a pretty, long and thick tail which I am grateful for. I feel so bad for those Appies with the broomstick tail. God gave horses tails for a reason!

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  10. Beautiful photos!

    I love seeing a herd of horses running and just enjoying being alive :)

    ~Lisa

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  11. Hah, I was gonna say, where is the snow? but then I read that this was back in the fall:-p You must be dreaming of warmer times. Apple Jack looks like he's having a blast out there! Where does he fall in the herd ranks?

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  12. LOL!!! I just read Denise's comment and had to laugh because I was thinking the exact same thing!!! Guess I need to read the fine print, eh???

    Great pictures by the way....

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  13. Denise - Applejack falls into the middle. He's not low man in the group, that is Cessa although it didn't start that way - I think that's age related!
    But that sorrel and that black are the two herd leaders.

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