Horsing Around

abphotography1:

She had the biggest smile after finishing her round!
FCHC ‘14
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abphotography1:

She had the biggest smile after finishing her round!

FCHC ‘14

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letterperfectmxk:

flying-change-at-b:

equine-love-lasts-forever:

Can I have you?

This majestic beast literally ran himself into a wall today because he wasn’t paying attention to where he was going. 😂

Look at YOU Sammie, more than 2k notes!!

letterperfectmxk:

flying-change-at-b:

equine-love-lasts-forever:

Can I have you?

This majestic beast literally ran himself into a wall today because he wasn’t paying attention to where he was going. 😂

Look at YOU Sammie, more than 2k notes!!

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abphotography1:

Leslie Howard



WEF ‘14
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abphotography1:

Leslie Howard

WEF ‘14

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horseshoesnhoofbeats:

Sedona Chamblee & Lucky Star
Devon 2014

horseshoesnhoofbeats:

Sedona Chamblee & Lucky Star

Devon 2014

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redribbontails:

withabigblackhorseandacherrytree:

One eyed wonder horse jumps to glory: Showjumper Addy triumphs at Hickstead Derby despite being blind on his right side.
Addy – full name Adventure de Kannan – had his eye removed last year, following six years of painful ulcers.
Since then, he hasn’t looked back. ‘If anything, it’s made him better,’ said his rider Trevor Breen.
‘He’s got a great attitude and a big heart… which is why I think he has been able to overcome adversity so well. Whatever you ask him to do, he gives everything.’
Taking everything in his stride, Addy is rarely spooked by people approaching on his blind side, and has honed his hearing to compensate.
Cheered by a 15,000-strong crowd, the fiercely determined bay gelding overcame what many believed would be an insurmountable handicap to be garlanded as the first one-eyed champion in the event’s 54-year history.
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So many feels - one of the broodmares on the stud I worked at had one eye, and then none.

redribbontails:

withabigblackhorseandacherrytree:

One eyed wonder horse jumps to glory: Showjumper Addy triumphs at Hickstead Derby despite being blind on his right side.

Addy – full name Adventure de Kannan – had his eye removed last year, following six years of painful ulcers.

Since then, he hasn’t looked back. ‘If anything, it’s made him better,’ said his rider Trevor Breen.

‘He’s got a great attitude and a big heart… which is why I think he has been able to overcome adversity so well. Whatever you ask him to do, he gives everything.’

Taking everything in his stride, Addy is rarely spooked by people approaching on his blind side, and has honed his hearing to compensate.

Cheered by a 15,000-strong crowd, the fiercely determined bay gelding overcame what many believed would be an insurmountable handicap to be garlanded as the first one-eyed champion in the event’s 54-year history.

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So many feels - one of the broodmares on the stud I worked at had one eye, and then none.

(Source: Daily Mail, via starslikefireflies)

xiloveyousarahx:

His marks are amazing haha
May 2014

xiloveyousarahx:

His marks are amazing haha

May 2014

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