|drafts4ever ||12-31-2010 01:30 AM |
A white horse isn't truely white unless it's brown
Legacy had a good hosing off after but she sure had fun getting all muddy!
|BarrelracingArabian ||12-31-2010 01:35 AM |
dirty or not she is gorgeous!!!!
|Spastic_Dove ||12-31-2010 01:37 AM |
Wow :shock: Want! *grabby hands*
I don't miss having a grey though...
|drafts4ever ||12-31-2010 01:53 AM |
she had so much fun. She was tired though so she stood nice and calm while I rinsed her off. If we don't freeze tonight I plan on soaping her legs up tomorrow after her ride.
Gorgeous! Love the single braid :)
I don't envy you trying to keep those feathers clean ;)
|drafts4ever ||12-31-2010 02:11 AM |
We have a very muddy pasture so I let them get dirty and soap them up twice a week with dish soap with oxyclean power. haha. For shows I clean them every day for the week before the show with purple shampoo.
|paintluver ||12-31-2010 10:59 AM |
Even dirty she is drop dead gorgeous! The only thing I thought when she was running through that puddle was "wow, my 14 year old is afraid of puddles..." lol
|xeventer17 ||12-31-2010 07:18 PM |
I am in complete love with that last picture. I would love to put that on my wall.
|Jake and Dai ||12-31-2010 07:25 PM |
She is so gorgeous!
My B&W mare would've rolled in that puddle rather than gallop through it. I call her my mud whore 'cos the minute after a grooming session, she finds the nearest muddy spot and wallows. :D
|drafts4ever ||12-31-2010 10:35 PM |
Legacy loves getting dirty. I think because she knows she will get a very pampering clean up after. Great for pictures though!
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