|waresbear ||12-28-2011 06:52 PM |
Thanks for the encouraging words, I did it!
Sun was shining & was above freezing. Snow was deeper than I thought, maybe about 6 or 7 inches. No worries though, Scotty liked it.
|Skyseternalangel ||12-28-2011 07:29 PM |
What fun!!! I'm jealous.. could use a good 5 inches of snow to ride in.
Glad you did it :)
|Cinnys Whinny ||12-28-2011 07:36 PM |
Such nice exercise for the legs! Good job. I'm still getting Cin used to being ridden in the snow, he doesn't like it much, ha ha.
|waresbear ||12-28-2011 07:42 PM |
Scotty's evil spawn (my showhorse) hates the snow. He was so relieved I didn't pick him! He hid behind a tree the whole time in case I changed my mind, so unlike his father, Scotty thought it was fun.
|Caitlinpalomino ||12-28-2011 07:46 PM |
Well done! The tracks in the snow look really cool. Theres no snow where I live so I would love to try it one day it looks like fun :)
|Rule of Reason ||12-28-2011 10:25 PM |
Terrific picture! Happy horse, happy human.
|waresbear ||12-28-2011 10:31 PM |
Technically this is my husband's horse, mine was hiding behind a tree. He pouts when I ride him in the snow. Scotty, his sire, doesn't seem to mind this depth at all. Last year I tried riding in about a foot & a half of snow, with an ice crust on the top, that he didn't like.
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