Monday, February 16, 2009

He's Worth A MILLION Dollars!!







I wouldn't trade her for the world either!



16 comments:

Mrs Mom said...

Just a million? Girl, I'd say they are both "Priceless"!!! Love the smiles on them both. WHat a great relationship going on there!!!

ranchette said...

what a good boy! They obviously have a great trust between them.

Andrea said...

What a sweet boy!! And that girl isn't half bad either!! LOL!! I think it's so neat that she has a bond with her horse like that. Most people would love to have that relationship with their horse.

Stephanie said...

That's exactly the kind of relationship Stretch deserves to have with his next home - I hope I find a home with a youth for him!

Very cool pics btw!

Laura said...

Great pics - I have a horsey crush on that Strawberry! lol

I wish I had her confidence - that goes a long way.

How is her school work situation working out? Hopefully that is going better...

Carroll Farm said...

Love those pictures. Definatly a bond between them that can't be broken....

C-ingspots said...

Oh, I love those pictures of your girl and her boy. The makings of an amazing relationship for sure! From your last post, around here there are lots of Bonanza bred horses and they are generally awesome!! I live about a mile from where Major Bonanza lived his whole life and my boss worked on him many times and even unfortunately the last time when he colicked and died. He and his get are amazing horses. Bob Avila was our neighbor as well and he trained lots of those horses. Wish I knew more about the big names, but I have never done a lot of research on them. I love reading your posts about them though. In our neighborhood, a lot of the big name stallions in the 70's and early 80's of the QH world were here in Yamhill, Oregon and stood at the Bryant Ranch. Those were good days for horses, but especially quaterhorses. Many cutters were trained here. Such fun remembering!

ezra_pandora said...

Lucky horse to have such a wonderful girl and lucky girl to have such a wonderful horse. Definitely priceless.

Melanie said...

Awwwww....
Glad to see that Megan is hanging around with her four-legged boyfriend, rather than with her two-legged one. LOL!!!

BrownEyed Cowgirls said...

I love that first picture...their body language mirrors each other. But that is pretty much what makes up their whole relationship. They are mirror images of each other in movement and personality.

Her blue roan horse is getting just as bonded with her as Strawberry. He is never very far away from her, that is his shadow you see-LOL.

Megan's grades are slowly coming up. First she got a math tutor and now we are working on enrolling her in a TAT program, where all of her teachers meet with us, form a plan and then they all work together to make sure she stays current on her homework. Megan is not that thrilled about it, but I think once she gets accustomed to everyone being on the same page and working with her to stay organized, she will appreciate it.

Yep, the riding season is slowly, but surely getting here, so the 4-legged BF's are starting to take steal the limelight.;)

BrownEyed Cowgirls said...

Oh and Thank You C-ingspots and Stephanie...I love it and appreciate it when others can fill in info.

Statistics are good, but I love to know the personalities behind the bloodlines. The personalities and quirks are just if not more important that physical beauty or athletic ability.

Leah Fry said...

Maybe someday I'll have that kind of relationship with my horse ... but not today.

Saddle Mountain Rider said...

That is one great pony. And such a great looking guy.

kdwhorses said...

Priceless I would say! Just love it! You know we are blessed as horse people to share this with our horses! I always count my horses twice!
Ya on her grades!

Callie said...

Awesome! just awesome!

Pony Girl said...

I could only dream of doing that on My Boy! ;)
They are SO cute together!