Join Date: Sep 2014
Location: Williams, Arizona
• Horses: 0
Well, Harold got off easy too. He only had to save the ribbon which is on a little shelf above his desk. Would not have been room for horns and tinsel. It was so cool the way they did that.
I'll look through my pictures for a good one or maybe take some more. He is no glamour hollywood boy with the sarcoid scares on his face and mane and tail that are beginning to grow out full. And he is only 14h so he is really a pony, but he can carry me up steeper hills without panting and sweating than any horse on the ranch. Another horse will be panting and sweating at a rest up some switchbacks and Hondo will be dry as a bone and munching away on grass.
Funny, I was walking him back to the trailer yesterday after him being sedated for demassing and biopsy of a growth in his ear. He was clearly groggy but through his bleary eyes he said, "Oh look! A clump of grass..munch munch".
If he had died and was in an open casket and someone brought some grass he would raise up and eat it.
I guess you can tell I am really taken by my horse. But I reckon all are.
CDC Advisor: " Wearing a mask is a lot easier than wearing a ventilator"