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Monday, May 25, 2009

Two in a Row!

I actually rode 2 days in a row last week. Thursday, I saddled Buena in the round pen and rode a bunch in there and then around the property.

Friday, I hooked up with a couple of friends and rode up on Mt. Baldy, just outside of town. It was a perfect day and with perfect company.

The POA in the pics is Gossip Girl and she is available for adoption from Pony Up for Equines.

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5 comments:

Kate said...

Your horse is very beautiful - she seems to like having her picture taken! The trail ride you went on is lovely - nice to have such beautiful scenery near to hand.

Breathe said...

I agree - what a beautiful forelock! Thanks for sharing the pictures...

Cactus Jack Splash said...

Lovely photos, looks like a really nice ride.

SunnySD said...

Such a pretty girl! And I love the brown leather chaps. I agree - any week I can get in two ride days in a row is wonderful. Looks like lots of fun.

Elm said...

In response to the AHA promoting Horse Slaughter in the U.S. - here is a link that will easily allow you to print, email or pdf d/l a Declaration of Equine Rights to send to your Horse Association.

Declaration of Equine Rights

If the link does not work- cut and paste this: http://practicalrider.com...&id=55&Itemid=99

For the AHA, AQHA or other Breed registry/associations to promote horse slaughter in any fashion is an utter abomination.
Imagine a Dog Breed Registry promoting the slaughter of American dogs for foreign consumption.
This follows so very quickly on the heels of the AQHA suddenly promoting horse slaughter that I sense an insidious, purposeful invasion of our Horse Associations by Pro-Slaughter groups.

Please feel free to go to this page and print, email or pdf and sign this Declaration of Equine Rights and send it to your local Horse Association or Affiliation.

This site is still in the process of being built so excuse the unfinished nature of some of it. I hadn't planned on launching it so quickly to the public- but horsesh*t happens.