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Horses Coming In
I love the whinneys! So cute. What kind of horse are the big ones? Hafflinger? But they seem heavier.
They're my Haflingers. I was told by her last owner that Annalie is 13.3, I think she's 14. Willow is only 12.3 or so.
haha 'no don't eat my camera!' :P
These are my horses coming in!
That little one is so cute! "Give me some hay or I'll kick ya"
You're in ohio too, isn't this sudden melting terrible?? My pastures are all muddy and gross!
It's all frozen mud now. Can't ride in this stuff, with the wind and ground. I got so bored I took Willow for a walk around the block like a dog.
awwww! What a couple of cute rolly pollies!! I love them! I've just got to teach my horses to come when I yell at them. One of them does cause she likes grain. The other is only 9 months old and doesn't quite appreciate grain yet, so he just stands in the middle of the field and watches. Goober.
Awwwww that's so awesome! I miss that so much - my grandpa used to run his herd of Arabs in a 60 acre pasture of mostly forest with interconnecting fields, and all you had to do was walk into the main field and whistle or holler. He'd have anywhere from 5-10 horses at a time, and you could feel the ground shake as they came galloping in, trying to listen for which direction they were coming from and having them just explode from a random trail winding out of the forest, straight for you at a dead run.
I wish so bad I could have gotten a video of it, but this was very much before the time of digital cameras! :lol:
Wicked vid, thanks for sharing!
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