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So, we bought the pony and have done a show. Pics & Video

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  • So, we bought the pony and have done a show. Pics & Video

    For those of you who looked at my other thread about a pony for my DD, we offically bought Roo last week. We then let her ride him in leadline in our schooling show last Sunday. Here is a link to a video in which she w/t & posts at the walk.

    Please pay no attention to the pregnant lady waddling through the video...I'm 33 weeks along and doing my best!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EuSgGOJSieU

    Here are a few of my favorite pictures.

    http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pi...f&id=511831540

    http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/...d=385714136540

    The best part was she wanted three ribbons (because the big girls who did a division got 3) and then proceeded to choose 2nd, 3rd & 4th place.
    www.englishivyfarms.com
    Hunters, Jumpers, & Welsh Ponies
    All I pay my psychiatrist is the cost of feed and hay, and he'll listen to me any day. ~Author Unknown

  • #2
    OMG too darn cute. I love them together.
    When I was little I linked 5th b/c it was pink....LOL
    Pamela Ellis

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    • #3
      Adorable! Almost makes me want to have a kid just to take into leadline on a cute, fat, furry pony! (Uh, wait a second,that would mean being pregnant, and uh, no thanks...)

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      • #4
        How cute, looks like a good little pony you got there. Don't you just love kids (sometimes ). My daughter doesn't care what color ribbon she gets, she just wants one because she tried. Thats what she says
        Horses aren't our whole life, but makes our life whole

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        • #5
          Originally posted by englishivy View Post
          The best part was she wanted three ribbons (because the big girls who did a division got 3) and then proceeded to choose 2nd, 3rd & 4th place.
          That's so cute. Reminds me of a leadline class I watched a couple of years ago, the little boy who won the class decided he liked yellow better and traded his blue ribbon for it, before you knew it all the kids were trading ribbons for the colors they liked best, none caring where they had actually placed in the class. If only they could stay that way.

          Your daughter and her pony are adorable, they look to be a wonderful match.

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          • #6
            I'm dead from cuteness!!!! Dead!!!

            Oh my gosh, I have GOT to get myself a kid-n-pony combo like that. Just beyond adorable.
            In memory of Rebuff (1974-2009)

            Rest in peace, my sweet man

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            • #7
              Adorable!!!

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              • #8
                How utterly adorable! The video of Bay and Roo (your daughter's name is awesome!) meeting is so cute. That is one very nice pony and your little one is cute as a button. Thank you for sharing--I've always wanted a wee girl to buy ponies for, but, alas, that was not in the cards. Vicarious living for me!
                Proud member of the "Don't rush to kill wildlife" clique!

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                • #9
                  i can barely stand it!!!!!!

                  love the 'it had to be you' video too - when she goes to get her brushes...omg adorable.

                  cutest kid and pony combo ever. congrats!!!
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                  http://img.skitch.com/20100717-q91i7...u2ub8k6b15.jpg

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                    #10
                    thanks so much; I am very blessed.

                    He is a great little pony. She is off to their first "real" show together in a few weeks and is very excited to ride at our local horse park. I'm sure I'll be updating with a brag.

                    And a very big thank you for NOT mentioning anything about my large belly. I look forward to our new addition, but also to getting my figure back!!
                    www.englishivyfarms.com
                    Hunters, Jumpers, & Welsh Ponies
                    All I pay my psychiatrist is the cost of feed and hay, and he'll listen to me any day. ~Author Unknown

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                    • #11
                      Your daughter reminded me of my daughter in the beginning of the video when they first meet. My baby is 2 and 7 mos and has the exact same short curly hair. Very cute!

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                      • #12
                        Oh come on now, where was the cuteness overload warning this time? They are precious!

                        That pony looks PERFECT for her. Good luck at the "real" show!

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