HairyCob, that's the thing that really struck me the first time I saw him, was that soft, kind expression.....
I was expecting him to have a bit of a wild eye, because the woman selling him had told me the only way she could get near him was if she had grain.
My hubby and I arrived before she got there, and he immediately walked right over and greeted us.
So, I went on in his pen and put a halter on him so we could handle his feet, look at teeth, etc.... No problem, and NO grain!
I knew right then that he was meant to be with us, no questions.
Dirtymartini, LOL, I think that is my favorite pic of him!
(and I'll let him know you think his butt looks perfect )
You know, I did not even notice the image in his eye until I was loading the pics into this post, I really like it too.
The more time I spend with him, the more adorable he seems!
I think he was trying politely to tell me he was ready to nap for a bit, I snapped that pic at the end of a big 'ole yawn, hee, hee, hee!
I got in contact with the farm where Domino was foaled.
Very, very nice lady!
She was nice enough to e mail me a pic from when he was little, a long with some of his "siblings".
So thought I would share!
I also sent her pics of him now, she was thrilled to see how he turned out!
I promised to send her more come summer, once the winter woollies are gone.
Domino is the one in the upper, right hand corner, leaping through the grass...