I love that first picture! The lighting was perfect to capture her coppery coat!
gorgeous.. you can really "get" the personalities from your shots gp in mt getting ready for a sunday morning with the mare before the weather changes...**again&&
Oh my - pretty girls, and such sweet faces! Of course, I'm partial to chestnuts anyway, and Cowgirl bears a striking resemblance to my Sunny (or vice versa - lol!) :)
That first photo is great - the chestnut colour really pops!!
I love how huge your horses are there!! I want one....you know which one??? Yep, Blue, he is mine, I get first dibs!! How is he bred, maybe I can get a full brother??? Great shots!!
Sorry Andrea...Blue is an only child. His mother was a Skipper W/Three Bars mare my step-dad raised and she died a few years ago. But his sire is a horse named Handy Blue Tiger and he is still around and there are a few horses by him around. Our neighbor has one that looks just like Blue, except he is 17H tall. Handy Blue Tiger and some of his get were campaigned as barrel futurity horses in this area. There was some success, but the majority of them were just too big and not quite speedy enough. They made some awfully nice rope horses though. Handy Blue Tiger is by Handy Tiger by Tiger Leo(I love the Tiger Leos) and out of a Hancock mare(she was LOTS of Hancock).And don't worry-I told my mom that if she EVER decided that Blue needs another home, he already has one in Louisiana!!
Gotto LOVE a quarter horse!
Great pics of your horses
oooo's and awwww's from the crowd!!!Love Snip's markings...they're both gorgeous!
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