Monday, September 24, 2012

Chrome's New Trick & More Pictures of my Friend's Horse (real pictures this time, not cell phone!)

I taught Chrome a new trick!!!  Okay, so we've only worked on it once, but he's already offering it on his own.  :D  I guess the video I posted inspired me hehe.  However I'm going to be cruel and not tell you what it is until I get a video.  And so you aren't all upset with me for the cliffhanger here are some pictures for you to enjoy.  After getting those pictures with my cell phone of my friend's horse I decided to take my actual camera this time.  I'm thrilled with how they turned out!  Isn't he so gorgeous and photogenic??

 Here he was trotting to me and had to duck under a tree lol!

 Testing out his spotted camoflauge lol.

 Blurry but too cool to not post.

 I don't like how I did the copyright on this one.  It ruins the feel of the picture.  Sorry it was late and I was tired.  He's still cute though!

Check out how much the grass has grown since the rains finally showed up!!

 Tiny horse under a tall tree lol!

 Watching me leave from the safety of his barn (flies were bothering him).

 The two (second and fourth) horses looking at me belong to my friend.  They know me hehe.

I LOVE the bay's trot!  He's my favorite to ride.  The mare is my friend's best friend.  She's awesome!

And one last shot of her mare.  I like how the sun is shining on one side of her face.

Aren't they cute????  So which one is your favorite (picture, not horse.... or horse too if you want)?  :D


  1. Awesome photos - he really is a stunning paint!


  2. Love the black and white head shot! Stunning!

  3. I really like the one where he is trotting under the tree, and where you didnt like the way you did the copyright. He sure is photogenic. I also love the shot wiht four horses. Love to see them in a big herd.

  4. Interesting markings on the Paint. He's actually a tricolor. Black on the legs, as well as the mane and tail. That's unusual. My favorite photo is the one where the Paint is in the center with his legs stretched out in a full gallop and his tail flying and flipping up in the air.


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