Type: Posts; User: sarafina
Totally agree with this. We smear the peanut butter on the bucket handle, but same idea. But this works well, and is non toxic, and reusable.
Doing the large ponies at KHP (back when pterodactyls were flying about), cantering towards a fence, totally dialed in, and mom leans forward to take a photo just as pony has one leg off the ground. ...
does it stand for
Grandly Priced Apparel?
my, my, my. i'm feeling sheepish in my IRH.
this must be why i buy horses off the track...:lol:
i can't do the commission math!
i think you're all missing the point here. it's all about demonstrating our riding prowess, right?
i think the OP should consider showing off the fact that she has indeed achieved the oft sought...
i'm a mr. prospector fan too.
sarafina is well bred (mr. p both sides, buckpasser, bold ruler), but was a total failure at the track (read, one official workout, and it was back to snarfing sweet...
for some reason, i've only owned mares. after each mare, i've been telling myself "branch out...get a gelding" but i always seem to end up with mares.
at least i've moved away from grey ones...;)
another perfectly good keyboard RUINED because i spit coffee all over it after laughing at this thread. :D
you guys are hilarious!
i have first edition [I]hunter seat equitation[I] that i...
a solid chestnut, and a solid bay are aaaaahhhhhh....so easy to keep clean!
sox are cute, but i love a solid horse. so classy.
these are so cute!
back in the 80's we had "pinto bean" (little pinto pony) and "knee socks" in our barn, as well as a great little one called "late for school" (barn name tardy).