I think I'm going to try to get him to the AECs.
He's cute as a bug in a dressage frame.
Booms derby practice on the XC field...loping around slow as molasses. It actually scares people--most don't believe that horses can actually jump quite high off of a very slow tempo. People actually gasp. lol.
Awww, he's adorable!! Off topic, but beyond jealous of your xc schooling. It SNOWED here yesterday. Seriously, snow
ewwww. Texas summers are really the pits but I hate snow more than melting in the heat.
My Mother is tickled to death with him.
He's not very smart. He spends a lot of time just standing by his feed bucket during the day hoping someone will drop food in. He is one of those food driven horses.
But because of this he such a pleaser. He tries SO hard to always get the correct answer.
I was laughing on the landing of every fence. He was so cute.
My favorite horse I ever jumped was my mom's old 14.2, goofy looking, poorly built paint trail horse. He LOVED it, and was a total natural. Your work with your mom's horse reminds me of him - sometimes they just have that inside them and love the chance to show what they can do!
Have fun, and please share more as you go!
My horse is a dressage diva so I don't have to be.
Originally Posted by katarine
If you have a fat gay horse that likes Parelli, you're really screwed