Went camping w/ my Cody and our POA on Memorial Weekend, had the best time. He's never been overnight anywhere but he could have cared less as long as his haybag was full :) Went on several 3-4 hour trail rides. He led, he followed, didn't care what we did, up and down steep hills, cantering, galloping, he was perfect :) Got lots of "How's the weather up there" comments from the group at first but those changed to "He's such a good boy" after a few rides. Actually, I think it was cooler because we got the breeze from the lake! He pleasantly surprised me with his endurance.
We're on a hill and the guy using my camera cut off Cody's feet!
I really like to ride Roothie my 18hh Belgian mare :) she is really heavy on the forehand but she knows how to control herself when it comes to stoping and such. It is quite cute watching her play because she thinks she is small LOL but she just plows through the other horses XD.
Branches... Dangerous indeed! Posted via Mobile Device
This is intriguing! I have often thought that I would love to have a Percheron or a Percheron/quarter cross. They are so awesome and kind and quiet! In riding one I did find that you have to be careful of low branches! My quarter horse is large but yea, I'm thinking that I would really like a draft.