For those people that think Junior never acts up :D - The Horse Forum
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For those people that think Junior never acts up :D

So a lot of people both in real life and online think that Junior is some easy going, old fart that just plods along and does what he is asked. I never get him being naughty in picture proof. Well I got a couple pictures from the other day so I thought I would share. Have a video of him being a 'tardmuffin, but haven't uploaded it yet.

Being naughty:

^^ No momma! I don't wanna!

^^And this is about as close as he gets to bucking

Some other pictures from our ride:


This is like the second time I have ridden him in three weeks. Been riding him once a week if I am lucky...hopefully he will revert back to his cooperative self once he gets back into consistent work.
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