Thank you!! It helps that he is just a stunning horse to photograph.You sure take some outstanding pictures and you posed your yearling so well!
Adorable Alert!!!!!!! She is so cute!
Thanks!! I was not expecting her to be a palomino! She is tinier than she looks in the picture, but not super tiny, will probably be 32-33" full grown. Other than class sizes and the modernization of the breed, I don't think it's too different now. It's more fun than work for me too! I love it. They do still have the magazines! AMHA has the Miniature Horse World, AMHR/ASPC has The Journal. I love reading through them. You can read them online without a membership or subscription. Ad fees are still high too!!What a lovely foal! They are always so fun. I stayed with the smaller size, so my foals were tiny things upon arrival. I do sometimes miss the excitement but, it was so different back then. It wasn't "work" with so much fun. Plus back then, there were magazines of just minis to drop over. Do they have those now? I don't even keep up with that phase. I do remember the ad bills!! And trainer fees, show entries, etc. Been 25 yrs now. Yeah, registrations, pull hair for DNA, wash, clip....I was good with all that part. We were able to travel to the shows, watch and enjoy....but, always back there cleaning stalls getting ready to use the wash racks. Still have the portable water heater, special clippers, who knows what all! Lot of expensive embroider blankets, farm name, etc. Like. What do you do with those?
I love your attention to your animals and appreciate the time it takes to do so well!
Thank you! I was very happy with how strong and sturdy she was right from the start. She's growing up too fast! I need to get new pictures of her after this next show.She is so little and cute.... Not near as "spindly legged" as the full size counterparts at that age.... Really nice looking animals.
Thank you!Wow! That’s a lot of ribbons! Congratulations!
Thanks!! They are very tough, especially because we have so many minis down here. I was happy we placed in almost all of our classes, especially halter obstacle which is always hard. Ready to show again tomorrow!Great job! Those regional shows are tough -- you're competing with the best of the best from huge area. Those ribbons were well earned and hard to get at those big shows. Proud of ya!!