Sunday, October 9, 2016

More Friesian Pictures

 Okay if you haven't seen yesterday's post, make sure to check it out.  Remember when my best friend and I did a photo shoot on her Friesian mare?

Here is the old post

We did another photo shoot last weekend when I got the pictures in yesterday's post.  You can see where he gets his good looks right??

 I wish she hadn't torn her mane out, but she's still just as gorgeous as her son.  My friend is so lucky to have these two Friesians.  :)

 I took pictures of my best friend too and I think they turned out so awesome.  Here is the one that was everyone's favorite even though it's blurry...

 Everyone liked it because she's sidesaddle in a normal western saddle (it's not a sidesaddle) in a dress, barefoot at a canter.... she makes me look like a kindergarten rider hehe. Let me know if you want to see her other pictures.  I don't think she'll mind me posting them, but I'll ask her to be sure.

Saturday, October 8, 2016

Do you remember?

 First a quick update on Chrome.  He is doing well, not limping anymore.  My silence hasn't been because of him.  I've just been VERY busy with the newest member of the family.  You have to meet him!  I just did a post on my other blog here!

Now how many of you remember the Friesian colt that belongs to my best friend who stayed at my house for a while last year?  Here are a couple of pictures to jog your memory.

And my favorite below.

You can see the post here ( He was thin because he was going through a growth spurt.  It also turns out he had teeth problems, but she got him all fixed back up.  Now check out what he looks like a year later at three years old......


  I hadn't seen him in a long time and was blown away by how much he's grown and filled out.

For comparison...

Wow, what a difference a year makes!

 I also got to sit on him!!!!

I was only the second person to ever get on him and this was only his forth or fifth time with someone on his back.  She's only been on him a few times for a couple of minutes at a time.  She's going to let him grow until he's four before she really starts him under saddle.  I had so much fun last weekend playing with him and his dam (pictures of her tomorrow).