Eye Candy

I got this quick video of Baron showing off. It had just started to rain and he was feeling frisky. My super awesome camera lets me take a video and create still pictures from it. The quality isn’t as great as a regular picture, but they’re still pretty cool. Here they are…

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2 thoughts on “Eye Candy

  1. Ivy Corbett October 21, 2010 / 2:05 pm

    Hi – just came upon your blog as I was researching TB pasture board 🙂 We are considering buying our first horse – I am almost 50 and my most interested daughter is 14. I rode all through school and did some equitation showing, but never bought a horse. Then it was university, marriage, family, home schooling, starting my husband’s private practice. This is a new phase , but a bit of a scary venture. Enjoyed the little bit I read of your blog. Hope to follow up with your experience. You sound a bit like us – looking to love and enjoy your horse, but not spend an arm and a leg. Is that possible? Some people’s “wisdom” scares me off.

  2. juliaeverheart October 21, 2010 / 7:15 pm

    Yes, it’s absolutely possible to have a horse without spending an arm and a leg! It is a more expensive hobby than most, but there are definitely ways to cut costs. Pasture board is a great option and I honestly think most horses are happier in a pasture 24/7. Lessons and showing are expensive, but if you just do schooling shows, it’s way cheaper. I say go for it and buy a horse! I have enjoyed mine immensely. I can’t imagine what I did before I had him. Good luck to you!

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