She is just SO amazing. I still just can't get over how lucky I am to have her. She's continuously ready to work and she doesn't even get pissy when I let her loose seemingly for the evening and then realize that we have one more ride or something and have to hop on bareback and make her work some more. And she's being THE BEST for all the little girls that want to pet a horse but are afraid to ride. I just bring them over to her or vice versa and she just stands there, perfectly still, not tied up or anything, and lets them pet her for however long they want without moving a muscle.
It's really cool. I'm kinda worried what's going to happen to her though when she goes back to her normal house in about a month since she won't get nearly this much attention at all. I hope she doesn't get depressed or anything...
And, the other adorable part of how she's being is that she still adores me, even though other people are giving her more attention than I am. She just wants to be with me, it's quite the situation.
Here she is! I decided to do "Fancy Friday" but since you can't ride a horse in a dress, I figured that a tutu was a close second. Lacey was terrified of it at first but her trust of me seemed to override it and she could care less after her initial reaction. The kids LOVED it.
This picture cracks me up, it's like Lacey and my assistant wrangler, Poptart, are getting married!
She's such a good girl. ^.^
And then, I took this picture of one of the horses I'm in charge of, Ghost, and I love it a ton so I figured I should share it.
He is the most awkwardly built horse I have EVER seen. Thank goodness he's a gelding! However, he is basically a tank which is awesome. From my limited knowledge of these things I'd assume that he's probably the epitome of a foundation looking Quarter Horse (even though Ghost is technically a Paint) and that's why he looks like he does, but I dunno... Maybe someone who knows more can correct me.
Thanks for looking!