I have three walkers! I have had the black one for 10 years, we were brought together when we were both 5 years old. We are now 15 and still going strong. He is a 15.1hh gelding. His name is Malibu and nothing will make us part. even after death he will always be with me.
Jynx is a 5 year old brown goofy boy. He is my mom's horse and he is approx 16hh, gelding. We bought him from a lady that rescued him from the place all horses fear. He was raised at a padded barn and he didnt have the conformation to be a big time show horse so they put him up for auction and luckily he was bought to a good home. Then we bought him in february of 2006 and have enjoyed every minute of him being here. He isnt going anywhere either.
Savvy is a 7yo 14.3hh mare. I bought her on the last day of 2006. She was bred in October and is due to deliver a foal in September. The sire is beautiful, i will post a picture of him and his past foals. This will be Savvy's first foal so wish her luck
. I rode her for the first time last weekend and WOW she is fast.
OK enough of my jabber. Here are the pictures.
Malibu's eye (I love eye pictures)
Savvy ( I love her black socks)
Goofy boy Jynx is the brown one. He is SOOOO goofy.
That is Cherokee. I sold her to my now best friend in the world so i could buy Savvy. She was a wild mustang when I got her and now she is like a puppy. Loves everyone.
That is Dakota, she was a christmas present for my mom from my dad and its the thought that counts right? Well she was a 17 year old ex race horse and she was great accept for the fact that we couldnt rider her because she hadnt been retrained so we sold her to a man that was gonna breed her to continue her good blood lines.
Oh and here is a picture of Malibu and I in the barn. He has gained weight since then. He had worms at that moment.
And this is the stud/sire of the foal that my mare is carrying
This is a foal from the sire/stud. So cute.
This is another picture of a foal from the sire/stud. Arent they adorable?
Well i hope you enjoy them. Feel free to post