....CREAK..... The door opened slowly allowing a shaft of light to pierce the darkness. the light slowly spread until the room was lit with the hollow glow from the opening left by the wooden door. Farmpony slowly krept into the room filled with teenagers. Some were from the local high schools, others from prestigous private schools and even some from home-schools.
"I'M AN ADULT IN THE TEEN SECTION! NANNY NANNY BOO BOO!!!"
Farmpony screamed and danced and jiggled her flabby rear before leaving the room with a dusting of her flatulance! The door slammed shut leaving the teens to their chat....
My only questions is, WHY are we all standing around talking in a dark room? Creepy much?
*turns on a light and opens a few windows*
LOL. Anywho, I'm a homeschool high school senior, though I'm rarely at home...I take most of my classes dual credit at the college this year xD
I have two horses, a 5 year old miniature horse mare named Sour who I've worked with since she was about 7 months old and I was 11, and Kenzie, a 23 month old Thoroughbred filly. I bought Sour along with her mule foal (who I sold) exactly a year ago, and I bought Kenzie about two months ago.
Obviously neither of them are ridable at the moment, but Sour has been under cart for a year and a half, and provided that Kenzie doesn't kill herself first, (she's as accident prone as they get, and is a full fledged rescue coming from extreme neglect and abuse) I'll probably start Kenzie under saddle when she turns three or so. I may end up waiting a little longer though since her body has been really slow to get itself back into working order since being emanciated.
I do ride western, mostly to tune up lesson horses for the farm I board at and to keep the ranch horses in condition, and my main mount is a 9ish year old sabino TWH mare named Corona who thinks running into trees is great fun. I'm about to move my horses from this farm though and in the process will be losing my acess to riding for now, which I'm pretty bummed about.