Puttering around at the barn :)

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    05-29-2011, 05:01 PM
Puttering around at the barn :)

Was just hanging out at the barn this morning. Thought I would share some pictures from my morning with my horse!:)

The herd :)

Cody and Marcey. Friends at last? Who knows lol

A very muddy cody

And 45 min later a very clean cody:)

A very clean and kinda shiny cody trotting

Got a little distracted

Grazing at the pond before heading in ( I replaced his bridle with his halter)

And then all my work was undone lol

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    05-29-2011, 05:05 PM
Oh no! Is that him rolling after you groomed him to perfection?! Haha a horse I used to lease would ALWAYS do that after I groomed him and let him walk around the indoor. He's very beautiful btw
    05-29-2011, 05:26 PM
Yup. I groomed him. We did a small ground work training session. Relaxed by the pond and on our way back out to the feild he roled *sigh* oh well lol and thank you :) I love my boy. He's a breed stalk paint. SO thankful he didnt come out as a paint. I'd never beable to keep his white's white lol
    05-29-2011, 05:27 PM
Green Broke
Great photos!! Cody is one pretty guy!!

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