Here's some pics of my two-year-old Percheron/spotted draft cross stud colt. He was originally named Charlie by the stable owner who rescued him out of Canada, but that was just way too "good ole boy" for me. So, since his blaze is in the shape of South America, I renamed him Buenos Aires. We call him Aires for short (pronounced "Aries," like the Greek god of war).
Not-so-great profile shot:
Saying hi through the bars of his stall:
"Wait, what are you doing way back there?! I'm coming!" (if he gets what he thinks is too far away, he'll come "running" back)
Trot trot trot trot:
"I sorry I got so far away. Forgives me?"
What's a nice, clean, freshly-groomed horse without a good roll in the arena dirt?!
"Roll! Roll! Roll in the...dirt!"
Some of the other horses I've loved and worked with...
Dakota Sea Breeze (barn name: Dakota...8yo 3/4 arab 1/4 saddlebred gelding that I "owned" for a while...I worked with him for two years, retraining him from the ground up...long, painful story attached to this boy
"Who needs adults where there are KIDS?!"