The first picture is Whitey, turned 24 last month, took grand in barrels and reserve in two other speed events last year at fair with my junior, and got a couple of blues in performance as well.
Next is Sparkey, my mom's TWH at his first show, with my oldest daughter who will be using him for performance this year.
The Roan is a QH/Appaloosa cross that will be replacing Whitey as my youngest daughter's gaming horse as I am worried about Whitey's body holding up to the rigors of gaming at her age.
The pretty (at least I think so) little bay that comes next is Dr. Pepper the day we brought him home for my middle daughter who is mounted on him. They are working hard at being confident together.
The jumping mare is my own darling, Jenna, a QH/Morgan cross with enough personality and spunk to keep me interested!
The hairy one is TuTu, an icelandic that was bought for my father, but dad doesn't want to ride him so the kids are teaching him to game. He's a fabulous trail horse.
Last but not least is 'My Independence', a pinto Arab, who has given all of my kids the confidence to either begin riding, or get back into it after a bad experience, he is truly worth his weight in gold to me. :)