LOL, now I'm getting anxious to get some video of it. He looks a lot more dangerous when you can watch the whole thing...when he's got his ears pinned, bobs his head a time or two, and then
goes in for the strike.
Reining Girl, you and Rio are both welcome at my barn anytime! If it's in the summer, we can go have some fun with cattle (if we have a sick one, you can even work on your roping
Sorrel, I appreciate the sentiment but Dobe's going to spend the remainder of his obnoxious days right here. I don't think I could bear to part with him...he and I just fit each other perfectly. His attitude is almost as big as mine is LOL.
Penguin, you are so right about the comedian bit! I have never in my life seen a horse with more expression than he's got. I know that horses aren't humans, but sometimes he does make me wonder
Paintluver, they can get gutsy at times. I wish that Step-mom had managed to get a picture when we had one of them crawling underneath us to get out of the pen. It is quite a feeling to have an 800 pound yearling go right between your horse's front legs and then go to crawling down his belly toward his tail
. At least this year we didn't have any crazy ones that would purposefully try to run you over.