A blog to share the experience of retraining two off-track thoroughbred racehorses and their owner as they both learn dressage
I LOVED that baby picture and figured he'd gray out real quick due to those eyes ;o) and the yearling is adorable, too. However, I have a twinge of sadness because the bigger the baby, the more likely it will be ridden, too soon, and there will start the injuries to baby joints. Sigh.As a DVD I have against the practice of rollkur states, riding a THREE-year-old amounts to "child abuse." And these TBs are racing at two.Again, sigh.Adorable pictures, though.
I can't believe how fast he grayed out, wow! These shots make me miss working in the breeding industry.
I LOVE that gray baby... I thought it was just the "goggles" that made him cute, but he's adorable even grayed out!
Aww, I'm such a sucker for a gray. What fine ears, muzzle he has! Such a cutie pie
Woah not even the same horse! He greyed quick. Indigo was about that colour when she was 10.
Beautiful pictures on your blog, Wendy!Petra ChristensenParelli 2Star Junior InstructorParelli Central