Panacea hasn't had anything done with her other than a roller on once haha I feel like I'm falling behind!
But she'll only be 2 in November so no rush :)
Wish I had some photos but my phone had a nervous breakdown and got rid of EVERYTHING :(
Tribulation tried on a bridle for the first time today, she was pretty pleased with herself!
Proud momma moment, not that I expected any trouble but she did brilliant. She has always been a breeze to work with. I am pretty sure that Tribby is a 20-something year old draft/QH cross trapped in a Thoroughbred body. (As evidenced by the cross tie that hangs outside of her stall, she LOVES to put things in her mouth so this was right up her alley)
She was to busy showing off and looking around for whoever could see how "cool" she is to be concerned with mouthing at the bit a whole lot. We also practiced ground driving and standing at the mounting block today. She's all "Look, we could be riding right now. Its YOUR idea to wait until I am three and a half, I'm ready to go!"
Haven't gotten any good pics of Quest lately, but here is our other 2012 baby, Flint, born the same day as Quest (we've had him since he was 7 months old). He actually belongs to my nephew, but doesn't look like he's going anywhere so he deserves to be here to. He will begin his training between now and next Spring so I'm sure there will be lots more photos of him then.
Been a while... What happened to our babies?!?! They are all HORSES now!
Rona has been a little stinker, that's for sure, a stinker I love and has been proving to be a smart cookie. I have been doing mostly ground work this year and bought a harness for her. She has been doing great but we have been set back a bit because of aural plaques in her left ear which make getting a bridle on somewhat difficult without causing her discomfort and head tossing. Rather than risking her becoming ear shy I have decided that I will forego biting her up until further notice to allow this to pass and hopefully not become an issue for her in the future.