Discussion in 'Back to Basics' started by madmax, Apr 15, 2015.
That's Uncle Bert ---
LOL I meant the little guy but I can see the family resemblance with Uncle Bert. I guess the belly touching the backbone runs in the family
Here I am with my beloved Comanche
I see the resemblance you see, incidental tho' it is. He was my grandmother's brother, one of 11 kids.
The older I get, the more I resemble family members. They all seemed so old to me until recently
Surely, I'm not the only one on here who spends half of his income on animal feed. This is my motley crew.
You need a ranch hand tulianr? will work for food (and riding time)
I wish you were closer by. I'd take you up on it! I work so much that when I finally get the time to pull out a saddle, all the horses stand around laughing, asking me what exactly I intend to do with that item.
yea spending alot of my money on vet bills...
Its amazining what a dad will do for his little girls stray cat she found ....
tulianr. I have a friend in north GA with a menagerie like that. The miniature horse and one goat literally butt heads over who's in charge all the time. But nobody messes with the pig. lol. The other horses eat and poop a lot and stampede once a day. When his birds start up the whole crew comes running to the fence neighing and screaming and oinking. Love my buddy but I'm glad I'm not right next door. Ha ha.
I started taking riding lessons when I was 4. My first pony was a cute little paint. I moved to a bigger pony in 5th grade, and then to my first horse, a thoroughbred/ quarter horse cross (appendix) . I showed hunter jumpers through college. I quit riding huntseat when I gained 60 lbs during my pregnancy. Would not put my put in a pair of breeches in the show ring at that point. I now trail ride and have a handsome quarter horse named Cisco, a thoroughbred, Hannah, and a paint Peter. We also have 5 horses at my moms, about 2 miles up the road that I help care for also. PIC is of my Cisco.
To hear the squealing laughter of my granddaughters I have become the dubious owner of a Shetland pony.
I can ride and know the basic care...
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