Sunday, October 4, 2009

Kola's Morning "Feed Me" Antics...........





While Miss Misty just stands quietly waiting for breakfast to be served, knowing full well it will there as it is every morning, Kola must do the breakfast dance. In the mud...........Dork! Well, at least we no longer have the butt muscles issue, LOL!

13 comments:

Gail said...

Wonderful shots

Nuzzling Muzzles said...

Silly horse, carrots are for kids... oh, and horses too.

cdncowgirl said...

Maybe she's seen the Biggest Loser and this is her "Last Chance Workout" A girl's got to keep her figure ya know! lol

Grey Horse Matters said...

Sometimes they act like they've never eaten before and may never eat again. They are silly.

Jean said...

Any way she builds up the muscle is good...silly girl. Get here a celeb partner and she's ready for TV!!

Paint Girl said...

Cute! My horses do their dance too, at night though. Your dogs look like mine, running around the fence!

Adam Smith said...

nice pictures, i really like them!

Adam Smith said...

Nice pictures, I really like them!

Saddle Mountain Rider said...

Isnt it funny how our 4-footed friends get their little habits? Cute pix.

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

lol! Good captures of her antics. Baby Doll does her little prances and dance, too. She mostly just snort, whinnies, nickers and tosses her head as she stamps her feet walking in circles waiting for me to serve her Royal Highness. lol!

~Lisa

word verification: fangs

Good thing horses don't have fangs when they are hungry!

Breathe said...

You know the food doesn't come unless you're insane.

It's been proven time and again. LOL.

Midlife Mom said...

My guys always pee the first thing when I walk into the barn in the morning. At least one if not two of them EVERY day! Of course they will sneak into each others stalls and pee too. Naughty boys!

John and Regina Zdravich said...

It is always just so interesting to me how they all have their own distinct personalities. At our barn, Divna (my horse) makes a huge production out of feeding time -- she goes way downfield so she can do a dramatic run back to the barn complete with head tossing and back legs kicking....