I don't know precisely, how Wolfram's owner thought of this name for him, but in Latvian in is spelled/written "Volframs" and they share a wonderful story - Wolfram was born to her mare, who had then developed incurable lameness, so, when Wolfram was old enough to be seperated from his mother, she was given to a wonderful home where she is now a happy pasture ornament. Wolfram, on the other side, was schooled, trained and loved from day one by his one and only owner, and is now 8 years old. Lucky horse. He is a really sweet and intelligent guy, experienced only the best in his life.
The snow has melted and sometimes I take Snickers for a walk and a tasty snack in the woods. This time - at liberty. A challenge for both of us. :) We went quite far away and Snickers was just perfect during all the walk.
Thanks! All of the riders at our barn ride bitless. Most of them use the LG hackamore, but I usually ride just in a rope halter and sometimes use a simple sidepull that was made out of a Dr.Cooks bitless bridle, just without the chin cross straps.