Indian - Indy may be getting old and senile now, but throughout the years he has taught me so much about horses. He has showed me the good, the bad, and the ugly. I am glad that he is the horse that taught me all I needed to know about forming a true bond with a horse, and I wouldn't have wanted to share that with any other horse. Retired now, I am looking forward to just being his mommy the next few years and let him live the rest of his life out as a pasture ornament.
High Five - Wow. Where to start. I don't think words could describe how much I love this horse. He was the first horse I got that really pushed my buttons, and taught me to grow up and deal with it. In spite of that, he is not only my horse, but also my friend and a child to me. We may have our moments where we don't agree and I just want to give up, but there is no greater feeling than when we are going full speed around a barrel or watching him chase a cow, ears pricked forward.
Smokey - Smokey is a very faithful mount. He's the kind of horse that has cliqued with one person. But, beyond that, he is still a very caring and forgiving horse to those that are not very experienced or maybe very afraid. He can also kick it up a notch with me and we can run like the wind.
Gracie - Gracie is my baby. Everyday I am around her and working with her teaching her new things, she never ceases to amaze me. I love how eager to please she is and how willing she is to learn new things. I love her for trusting me to so quickly. I love her need for speed. Jeez. I could go on all day about how much I love her. I love that I have watched her grow, and I am looking forward to spending many more years with her.
Dixie - Dixie is by far the most free spirited, spunky horse that I have ever owned. That being said, she's isn't crazy and it always makes my day to see her running from the back of the pasture every morning, knowing that it is feeding time. She is also my favorite horse look wise. I love her long mane and flowing tail, and her gorgeous large sorrel splatters.
Tee - Tee and I are still learning to trust each other. He is an absolute gentlemen, and a very sweet horse. Many could mistake his personality for that of a dog. He is very happy, loyal, and cares about his humans. I am glad to see that he is finally turning into that gorgeous golden dapple Palomino color that I love so much.
Paco - Well, he's pretty. That's about all he's got going for him. :) As soon as he's sold and away from my house, then I think I can really appreciate how much I hate him.
Vega - My diva. Of course, being the only Thoroughbred on the farm, of course she has to be. I love the relationship that I have formed with her. I have complete trust in her, and she has complete trust in me. I love the fact that I can walk out in the pasture and lay under her as she eats grass, knowing that she would never intentionally hurt me. I love this big ole baby. Haha.