To those who think its “normal” for an old horse to be skinny or dull coated, I present to you Señorita Tequila, age 29. Old horses take more care, but they’re worth it. Tequila has an 80lb rider limit due to ring one caused several years ago when she was loaned to a family member whose horse shore damaged her front feet badly, but she’s still happy , healthy and I. Good flesh.
Me: there’s a high wind warning in effect until 8 tonight
Her: do you still want to go out?
Me: I don’t generally mind wind and it doesn’t make my critters spooky, but I’m of an age now where riding while being pelted with plant matter has lost it’s appeal. Assault by shrubbery is where I draw the line nowadays.
Her: live and learn
Where is this and can I move here because I want to live where I can ride my horse down the street.
I don’t know where this photo was taken, but I’m happy to say that this situation is my reality :)
I just texted the following to a friend via FB
"I’m going to spam your IM til you answer me!!"