I don't know if you heard, but starting next year the FBI will classify animal abuse as being on the same crime scale as kidnap, arson, and homicide.
I did see that on FB, actually. But it’s good, cause animal abuse has been a crime that’s been kind of ignored/overlooked, I think. It’s relieving that it’s finally a crime that’s being recognized. Only if the FBI would put rape on the same list as kidnap, arson, and murder.
Lauren and her horse Katie
Logan my 16 hand thoroughbred I had before I got Ed. I had to give him away because he became to hard to handle. My dad took him to Texas to live on the ranch where he now is alpha of the herd. He used to love drinking Mountain after a long ride. One time I gave him what was left of my Blue raspberry slushie and of course every time I went to the barn with one he’d want what was left. Logan also loved strawberries he liked them whole and if you cut them he wouldn’t eat them. I mean this horse loved sugar products especially spree’s and nerd’s which earned him the nickname Nerd. He was also well known for his wipe out up at Morning Star Stables in Pittsburgh. The barn hand would turn out all the geldings up on this hill and when I went to go get him and my Aunts horse Fred one day. It was during the time when the ice was still drying up and snow was coating the ground. Logan is running full force down this hill while Fred is slowly making his way down the hill like the smart horse he is. So Logan wipes out and falls on his side and I’m worried but at the same time I’m trying not to laugh. The best part was he got up like nothing happened and walked over to the gate. My friend Lauren was there and made up this song about his wipe out and every-time we’d hang out she’d sing it. When we moved to Arizona we brought them down and I guess Logan just couldn’t get used to it and that’s when things started to get out of control. My dad sends me picture updates every month of him and tells me how he’s doing. Last month he was supposed to go to this college that uses untrained horses and trains them to be ranch horses. Logan coliced and was given a shot before he was sent back to Texas dad said he’ll try again next year but for now Logan freely roams the ranch and grazes.
Not my horse but a horse I’ve been riding for 3 1/2 years.
Arielle,an 18 yr old Hanovarian mare,who came to us after being stable for the first 15 years of her life;her owner was having a baby and decided that she should go be a horse for her last years.She was bred two years after coming to us (second&third picture with her son Nemo) Arielle competed at Spruce Meadows in the 4’6” division after being bought from people who tried to force her to become a dressage horse-she HATES dressage- but loves jumping and had no idea how to be a horse,or live in a field wth other horses.Now she is a much happier sweetheart who is a barn favorite and I am honoured to be allowed to ride her! From British Columbia,Canada.
Here’s the first foal of the season to be born at the farm where I stable my pony. He’s three-quarters Boerperd, and is five days old today.
Right now, he’s been dubbed Blue Eyes, as he was born with pink skin and dark blue eyes. You can see the pink rims of his eyes in the picture above, taken when he was only a few hours old. His skin has already darkened, and I suspect his eyes will soon follow suit.
He’s a cute little fellow, and I’m looking forward to watching him grow up!
- Submitted by mylittlehony.
“HORSES MUST SELL BY END OF OCTOBER….owner WILL take them to auction if I can’t sell them for him. These are good horses! $300 EACH FIRM! Lawrenceburg TN 931-762-4364 I can TEXT pics or post them on here if you just tell me which one you want to see.
CINNAMON & FLICKA - 2 yr old sorrel fillies - halter broke and ready to start…easy to catch friendly
DIVA - AQHA reg papers in hand 9 yr old bay mare doesn’t take a bit but will ride with halter or hackamore can be hard to catch BROKE for trails
APPALOOSA FILLY - 6 month old been handled since birth she is a gem
PASO FINO - MARE 4yr old BROKE chestnut
PASO FINO - 5 month old filly - chestnutt
SNOWFLAKE - 4 yr old white arabian BARRELS she is so much fun to ride! She is a good trail horse and good on barrels not spooky. easy to catch good natured.
TESS - 9 yr old BARREL horse fast turns barrels good needs intermediate rider.”
I’ve been messaging this lady, she is aware the mare with the foal is underweight, and admits the grey scarred mare, Tess, isn’t the best looking thing. Apparently Tess got her scars from running through a fence when she was younger. I’ve messaged her about Snowflake (the one being ridden in the pictures) personally cause I’d be willing to take on an emergency sale if need be, and there’s already a few buyers lined up so she might have a home already. I’ve asked for more images so I will most likely be adding more once I receive them. Let’s give these horses homes.