Addition to post with pictures above^Dillon is a Foundation Qaurter Horse ( 97.3% ) we started out western and decided to try english and fell in love with it. I told told someone that I wanted to do dressage and he seemed like he would like it and they told me my Quarter horse couldn't do dressage and that he HAS TO travel with he head level with withers and that ignited our mission in Dressage ! He is currently 19 and everyone guesses 12! He is still supet sprightly and loves what he does. I would describe him as a strong,silent type. But has his moments of hyperness...usually when nobody is looking. ;) he tries to do whatever you want hi to do. He is very smart and astonishes me everyday with how he thinks out things. Almost on a human level!
This is my 4yr old QH Mare PH Lil Sugar baby but I call her Nola. She is still in training but when finished she will be a lean mean barrel turnin pole bendin machine!!! For bein a 15hh (and STILL growing) tank she is extremely sure footed and FAST! I love this mare to pieces!!!
Ahh! Such beautiful horses :) glad to hear all the stories :) I would post pic of my two babies, but I can't from my phone. But I have a nine year old sorrel mare, solid APH :) I am currently giving her a tune up and going to start her on barrels and poles :) and then I have my four month old wealing colt who is just my baby :) he'd a red dun, and just the sweetest thing :) I can't wait to train him to ride, he's going to make an amazing little guy! Posted via Mobile Device
This is Phoenix and me a few years back (i'm at work and it's the only photo I had on the computer). We do christmas pics every year. He was fat then and poofy with all his hair. He looks a lot better now. He's a mustang/appy cross, 10 years old. We're moving tomorrow to start his new job as a trail horse.
Our main discipline would be... Grooming? Yeah. I rarely ever ride. I spend too much time brushing them and making sure they look perfect because I'm a little OCD. My favorite thing to do is have "spa days". I'll give them baths, spray them down with Miracle Groom, condition their manes and tails, clip them, the whole nine yards. And they smell sooo good afterward. It makes me a happy girl.
They should have grooming competitions. Seriously. That would be a blast.
I have an 18 year old Belgian Warmblood gelding called Quebell des Bruyeres.
Also known as Bell :)
He's a real jumper and is really good at it.
We both don't like dressage and we're trying a little eventing.
My feet are horrible but I broke my ankles in a car crash and it didn't do any good :p