Don't actually have that many digital ones except more recent out-and-about ones, but here's a few.
My late mare aged 27 at a beach outing with friends.
Same mare, same age, some relaxed trail riding to keep her in good shape and humour. Like many Polish/Crabbet Arabians she was a super endurance horse in her prime. Also great at novelties like bending and barrel races, saddle trotting races, etc. Was fun to do dressage with and had great flying changes, which we started doing just for fun in the back paddock when I was growing up. I had this mare for 31 years. When I bought her as a yearling, I was 11 and we didn't realise I was going to be 5'11" at maturity.
Still, like lots of Arabs, this one was up to it. She was the first horse I educated from scratch.
My husband with her after I had entered her in one led and one ridden open-breed open-age class, just for fun and because she was looking so wonderful for her age, at our local agricultural show when she was 27 and due to my career commitments and travel had had a ten-year hiatus from any sort of competition. The next oldest horse was more than ten years her junior, and the judge nearly fainted when I told him how old she was after the competition.
Early stages of re-educating my French Trotter/SB cross Sunsmart from harness to ridden.
Film of Sunsmart chasing cattle just for fun!
Donkeys arriving at our place two years ago, when we were still a building site:
And, our ancient SB Romeo looking in on us while we were plastering our living room: