She is so well put together and a great mind, very friendly and even though she loves to bounce and play, she has never even thought of people as playmates. Very independent from day 1, which drove her mother crazy that her little girl kept running around without her. After a few days of chasing after her rambunctious infant, she gave up and stood in the center of the paddock instead of trying to keep up with the speed demon running in circles
Jewel was so excited in this picture because she was asked to trot which is so much better than a boring walk. All her PtHA registration papers have been sent in which will make her double registered and able to compete in Arab and Pinto shows
This was my heart horse, Rocky (registered name LS Iroc). He was purebred Polish Arabian.
Rocky had personality plus - always trying to get into everything, ripping up his blankets, spooking at rocks etc
I did everything with this boy. I re-started him english and was getting him ready to show in hunter under flat. We also dabbled in trail riding. I would have liked to have tried endurance. Unfortunately, he contracted colitis out of no where and I had to have him euthanized at the age of 15. I'm convinced I'll never have another horse like him. That horse would do things for me he wouldn't do for anyone else. I still miss him like crazy and its been almost 3 years.
When I do get another horse, I want an arabian.
Woo hoo! A few of my ay-rab from our *second* time going English today! I haven't ridden English in 6-7 years and finally got my paws on a saddle... very surprised those old breeches still fit... I'm loving how he looks!