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two horses standing next to each other in front of trees and grass with the caption have you ever wondered? what your horse named you?
an image of a football play sheet with the words senior working hunter final
Practice the 2012 AQHA World Championship Show senior working hunter pattern at home! For more information about the AQHA World Show, visit:
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I LOL’d at this. I wonder what is wrong with me, too!
a brown horse standing on top of a grass covered field next to a sign that says i weigh 1, 000lbs but i'm afraid of the wind
Ich wiege kg, aber ich hab Angst vor dem WIND!
Ich wiege 500 kg, aber ich hab Angst vor dem WIND! -
a brown horse standing in a field full of red flowers with clouds above it and grass below
live an extraordinary life
(via 500px / Untitled by zoltán túri)
three different types of wires with measurements for each wire and how they are connected to them
Egensajt Webbhotell och domäner
Stärkande hoppövning
the eye of a brown horse looking straight ahead
Best of the Best of 2013
by Ken Gehring - Animals Horses ( ken gehring photography, reflection, arkansas photographer, horse, eyes )
an info sheet describing the different types of horses and how they can be used for them
Colic : Detect, Prevent, Learn
Signs of colic
a woman standing next to a brown horse on a dirt road with grass and trees in the background
Green Bay and Appleton Family Photographer — Copper Arrow Photography Wisconsin Equine Photographer
Wisconsin Senior Photography | Equine Photography | Horse Photography | Horse & Rider | Girl loves horse | Country Girl
a horse standing in the middle of a field with tall grass and trees behind it
Eclectic Musing
Meadow on a misty morning by vladmar
an image of a game board with three circles and one red triangle on the side
I have several riders this session that are working on lateral balance, not leaning, and initiating or helping their horse turn by using their eyes to look in that direction and eventually the reins. The other day I started using this pattern and discovered a whole lot of progressive uses for it. This time I … Continue reading →
an image of a diagram with arrows pointing to different points in the same direction, and two lines that point at each other
At the end of last session my mentor decided to have her kids ride bareback for fun. This is what she did. Tack: Rider 1: Cashel saddle, no stirrups Rider 2: surcingle and pad (You could have stude…