keefoxfarms:

Photo Credit: Paulina Dudzik

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Stepping into the Grand Prix

High Desert Classic ‘14

Muffin and me 

July ‘14

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#miniature horse

showgirlglitz:

Bridleless Wyatt

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a-pirouette:

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thoughts-of-a-cowgirl:

racinglegends:

Painting Shadows

Photo: Barbara Livingston

that’s a stunning paint

Thoroughbred. :-)

Her old owners, Echo Hill Farm, are my barn’s neighbors.  They breed colored Thoroughbreds and warmbloods.  Really high quality, beautiful horses.  

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caterpiii:

IMAGE_DEA9BFF5-25D2-4E1A-94B2-784C68DC5EB4.JPG by uptonia on Flickr.

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kimblewick:

Something a little different in the showjumping arena! 

CSI5* CSI2* CSIYH1* CSIAm-A

What a speedy opening round! Today Juergen Krackow (AUT/S) raced with his grey stallion Boulharouz as third but last starter through the CSI2* 1.40 m course and, with a time of 64.11 seconds, easily beat the time of Australian rider Jamie Winning who had led till then. The Salzburg-based rider impressed not only with his time but also the exact turns and correctly estimated distances, as well as the bitless bridle called a Bosal, which he had chosen for his stallion. “I would like to show that even in the big sports, horses can be presented successfully with alternative bridles instead of snaffle bits” explained Juergen Krackow in the winner’s interview, having already achieved third place yesterday. ’

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mazthespaz:

behold the cuteness

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