About horses and horse ownership by two women who own horses and live in the midwest of the United States.
What a sweet picture:) Thanks for posting it!btw - your blog freezes up sometime when it trying connect to the playlist thingy
What a great picture!
That is SO cute. Aimee is completely passed out, but it looks like Stacy is keeping a watchful eye on things, even if she is relaxed. :o) They are adorable sleeping together like that!P.S. The verification word is "carflour." Wonder what that is? ;o)
What a gorgeous pair! They look so comfy and happy!Sure can relate to the confidence issue. With Buddy's stumbling I lost my confidence and still don't have it back even with Little Bud. I always have it in my mind that he is going to stumble and I am going to be pitched off like before. I'm working on it each day but am never totally at ease cantering. I think it takes a long time once you have been hurt badly to get over it.
That is such a sweet picture! I love it when the horses lay flat out like that. I have been told that they only do that when they feel perfectly safe.
I'm glad everyone enjoyed the picture. It's one I will look at when I have a bad day. It makes me smile. Stacy's first colt used to sleep like that with the filly that was born that year. They would practically lay on top of each other like a couple of puppies. JZ & Rz, it's funny about the feeling safe when they lay flat, I have had people stop by because they thought they were dead. I never thought too much about it. I guess they really don't see horses do that often. That will put Callie's mind at ease. She worries if they lay flat.
This just cracks me up!
Aww-w-w-w-w. Too cute for words.
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