Originally Posted by Country Woman
Very nice picture of your wife Stan
Thanks CW she is a very talented lady. I mean she married me that shows talent and a good eye to spot such a catch. Now that one should get me a back lash.
Off to visit my son today he lives half way down the country. A drive I am not looking forward too 6 hours. I don't mind riding the horse for that length of time. It knows its way home if I fall asleep, but the truck, that has a habit of drifting into the ditch and coming to a sudden stop.
Looking forward to hearing how the horse search is going.
All of our horses have gone through a period of change after buying them. Great for some months then they push the boundries trying to be the boss even to the point of bucking, being hard to catch, and generally being a real pain in the rear, but its what they do when sorting their place in the pecking order and coming to understand who is boss, then as time goes by they go back to the horse one first brought.
It has taken both Stella and Kate 18 months to settle. Savannah was also the same, just like children then they take on the persona of a teenager. And if its a young horse, pubity. (probably spelt that wrong)
Oh why do we mature people take on an animal that resembles the behavour of our offspring