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post #1 of 26 Old 04-30-2011, 10:32 PM Thread Starter
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New pix of the herd....*very pic heavy*

Just wanted to share some new pix since some people have been stalking me about them . I will apologize in advance though as I forgot to measure.

I only took a few dozen so I'll try to cut it down to the best pictures to share.

Dobe:


With Koda:


Showing off his buckskin fleabites.


John:




And no, that's not wind making Pokey's tail stand out like a ruined broom. We have virtually no humidity and it's static.


Mr stalker kept following me so I had to take several of my pix while walking backward LOL.


I tried to get a pic of him eating beside Taz but he started toward me as soon as I entered the paddock.


Denny:
(with Olen)


And someday, I would really like to get some harness and a cart. He would make a stunning cart horse.

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post #2 of 26 Old 04-30-2011, 10:35 PM Thread Starter
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Various other horses in the pasture:
Zeiner, he's actually getting to the point where he'll follow me around like the rest of them.




Olen and Denny butts with Fat Nester in the background


I'll give you 3 guesses who this fat butt belongs to...............That's right..... Nester!




Now, for Olen (with his 2 buddies, Zeiner and Denny)


I know you can't see it in the picture but he has the start of a cataract on his right eye. Poor guy will probably be blind on that side someday.


I squatted down to his level and Zeiner managed to sniff at my camera at just the right moment LOL. You can also see Rafe coming to socialize in the background as well.


And now.....Rafe: Spoiled little monster LOL.






With Nester


Me hiding behind Denny's butt so I could get far enough away for a pic LOL.

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Last, but not least of my herd, Taz's little dinky self LOL.
(eating beside Dad)








Hanging around with Mommy figure, Bessie.


And, just for good measure, a couple of my Customer's horses.

I would so buy this sorrel filly if I had the money. Talk about a very nice horse.


And this is the brown witch that is giving me so much trouble. It's amazing how quickly even a QH will start looking like a racehorse when you're literally working their ass off every day.


And while she may appear 'ribby' she is certainly being fed enough. She's just having all the fat worked off of her as can be seen in the muscling in her shoulders and hips (plus the fact that she's wet LOL).



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Yay pictures!!!

My name is now my horses on a dor not my horse sonador
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JOHN! I could stare at him all day.

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I'm lovin' that customer's sorrel! Great pics!
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Great pics!! Love Rafe and John!! Love that sorrel, the one of your customer's horses!! Great pics!!
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RAFE! How sexy is he looking these days!?!? *Faints*

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Yayyy!

Taz makes me laugh. He's just rather funny shaped.

The brown witch looks like she's plotting.
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Why thank you very much . John and Rafe know they are sexy, I think. They are always the first ones to jump right in front of the camera and shove everyone else out of the way LOL.

Po, I know, I feel so sorry for Taz. I just keep praying that he'll grow out of some of his uglies. If not, I guess he'll still ride nice, but won't be quite so eye-catching .

Boy, that brown witch better not be plotting. She better be tired, I mean, I only loped about 2 miles on her today .

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