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thegypsymare:

A moment to relax in the dressage warm up area at Plantation Field Horse Trails. 

thegypsymare:

A moment to relax in the dressage warm up area at Plantation Field Horse Trails. 

Reblogged from ✔️ Just Do It ™
bays-for-days:

RIP Sapphire, you will be missed by all.
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bays-for-days:

RIP Sapphire, you will be missed by all.

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spursandbling:

National anthem at the gymkhana

spursandbling:

National anthem at the gymkhana

Reblogged from A Cowgirl's Luminosity

rainyapparitions:

go home

this wins Halloween

Reblogged from Striding with Style
theeventingblog:

I dislike this horse and she dislikes me but I’m the only one willing to even lunge her for 15 minutes a day

theeventingblog:

I dislike this horse and she dislikes me but I’m the only one willing to even lunge her for 15 minutes a day

Reblogged from No guts No glory
thehorsegodbuilt:

The Grey Gatsby

thehorsegodbuilt:

The Grey Gatsby

Reblogged from FOLLOW YOUR ARROW
Reblogged from Rino&Ida
mommamarine:

iamphotonate:

Kyle Carpenter - Medal of Honor recipient.
In 2010, he covered a live grenade with his body, saving a fellow Marine’s life. I photograph celebrities all the time but it’s these people that catch my attention and get my respect.

You always reblog Kyle Carpenter….always

mommamarine:

iamphotonate:

Kyle Carpenter - Medal of Honor recipient.

In 2010, he covered a live grenade with his body, saving a fellow Marine’s life. I photograph celebrities all the time but it’s these people that catch my attention and get my respect.

You always reblog Kyle Carpenter….always

fivegaited:

Pregnant mare, summer 2010
the mares live out on the breeding farm, largely unsupervised.  they give birth unaided and raise their foals in a herd.  when the foals are of weaning age, we move them to a different pasture on the farm, where the young horses under the age of 3 live with a few older horses who are maybe taking a break from training.  then, in the summer, the young stock is released into the mountains.  Iceland has no predators, so this is not dangerous.  they can go wherever they want, the mountains are too steep for fencing, so they mingle with other herds and flocks of sheep, and in the fall there is a big roundup where the farmers separate their horses and drive them back to their own farms :)  the horses stick together, and it is very, very rare that a horse would die in the mountains - although not impossible.  by going to the mountains and learning from the older horses, the young horses learn how to find natural shelter in the terrain (no trees in iceland), how to find and cross water, how to socialize, and they gain a lot of muscle and can eat as much rich grass as they want.  this is how the horses get big, strong, and smart :)

fivegaited:

Pregnant mare, summer 2010

the mares live out on the breeding farm, largely unsupervised.  they give birth unaided and raise their foals in a herd.  when the foals are of weaning age, we move them to a different pasture on the farm, where the young horses under the age of 3 live with a few older horses who are maybe taking a break from training.  then, in the summer, the young stock is released into the mountains.  Iceland has no predators, so this is not dangerous.  they can go wherever they want, the mountains are too steep for fencing, so they mingle with other herds and flocks of sheep, and in the fall there is a big roundup where the farmers separate their horses and drive them back to their own farms :)  the horses stick together, and it is very, very rare that a horse would die in the mountains - although not impossible.  by going to the mountains and learning from the older horses, the young horses learn how to find natural shelter in the terrain (no trees in iceland), how to find and cross water, how to socialize, and they gain a lot of muscle and can eat as much rich grass as they want.  this is how the horses get big, strong, and smart :)

Reblogged from Horse Crazy & Stuff
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