Monday, May 4, 2015

Dirty Missy and Dawn in Motion

I was out in the mare pasture at bring in time today, and got some good photos.

Missy was very dirty, but is looking good:



And I got some rare action shots of Dawn (dirty too, but it doesn't show as much), who's looking great for a mare who's about to turn 18 - you can almost see the racehorse she used to be:








After a stop for a drink at the water tank, she came on in with me.


Nothing better than two lovely mares on a beautiful spring day . . .

15 comments:

  1. Excellent photos of Dawn in motion! She looks terrific.

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  2. You have beautiful mares, and I'm reminded of one of your recent posts about mares or geldings, a topic I had planned to write about. Most of my friends are "geldings only", and I would go with either, but mares do bond deeply with their person--at least from what I've seen. I like to see mares celebrated a bit.

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  3. Lovely to see them out in the sunshine and the green grass. Much preferred to the snow, that's for sure. They both look great!

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  4. I will have to catch up - I hadn't read about Missy. It's good to see your herd and sweet Pie...

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    1. Missy came to me in January from Mare at the Simply Horse Crazy blog.

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  5. Missy in her natural state. I know it well! Haha. Tell that fabulous mare I said hi!

    Love the action shots!

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  6. I love those shots of Dawn. The first one definitely looks like "race horse" to me.

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  7. Dawn is looking good! Love the action shots. Missy certainly looks like she had a great time rolling. I think she got every spot she needed to.

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  8. I love watching the mares run and play. Dawn is gorgeous- I bet she was stunning when she was on the track. Have fun getting Missy all sparkly clean!

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  9. These pictures of your lovely girls just made me smile...both so beautiful. Dirty horses are happy horses!!

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  10. Happy birthday to Missy. She's a cutie, clean or dirty.

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