Here is Skips Sundee Diamond aka Dee, 11 yo mare Chestnut. She is 16 hh and is my special needs baby. She has heaves.
Then me on my Deedles as I call her.
And the bottom photo is of my newest addition JoJacs Charmed Josie aka Josie. 11 yo mare Chestnut. She is a foundation qh but has a lot of trust issues. She (as well as Dee) was a rescue from a NJ kill-pen. Severly abused. But she is learning to trust me, which makes me happy.
I have to get in on this thread for sure... I have had my new boy Buddy for only 10 days but he has stollen my heart... My husband has an 18 yrs old QH but you'd never know she was that old by the way she acts, looks and moves. Buddy is the golden Palomino and Bella is the white/grey (I never know how to discribe her coloring, she actually has large black spots under the white but they are hard to see this time of year, in winter she is snow white)
Well we've got quite a few QHs on our farm, but I'm going to give some of our working guys the limelight this time ;D
This is Buddy (can't for the life of me remember his registered name). He was a stud before we got him and produced a few nice foals, but we figured that we'd get more use out of him sane so he was cut and has proven to be a very nice asset to our farm. I believe he's 14 years old and he's a working ranch horse. Before we owned him he was shown in trail and roping classes, but now he just serves as an advanced lesson horse and he performs misc jobs around the farm.
Don't ask me why they even bothered to put that back girth on him not like its doing any good.
Then there's Budweiser (what is with us and beer horses?!) who is Buddy's only foal who was born on our farm and bred by us. He is 1/2 QH 1/2 American Saddlebred. Budweiser is...six? He is a trained team roping horse. He and our BO's son rodeo regularely...and do other boyish things that make me wonder how they're still alive
We also have Diamond, who is technically a Quarter Pony. She's 13.3hh and is currently ridden by both our cowboys, the lesson kids, and our BO's other son who is 5 years old. I believe she's 11 years old.
And lastly we have Jasmine, who is a header. As you can tell she doesn't get much work, due to having a VERY marish attitude we're currently working on respect issues, but she can be a very nice horse.
So my Quarter horse past away a couple of years ago but I still like to show him off. He was 7 when he had to be put down cause of complications with colic. His name was Pequneo Diablo and he was a good all around horse, but he loved jumping. But we did everything, barrel racing, reining, cutting, western pleasure, english pleasure, jumping and a tiny bit of dressage. I miss him a lot.
This is Cat. Beckys Highlight Cat Quarter Horse. She will be 5 in May. I've had her since the first of July 2011. Have alot of trust issues with her, but she's doing much better, still having to work on her spookiness while riding. This pic is from friday, fresh after her bath. She's not as butt high as this pic loolks, she's got a bit of a hole dug out under her feel bucket.