Ahh, a sunny day!

What a beautiful day!

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L-R Blaze, Chrome, JD, Chevy, Indy, Dolly, Thunder, Button

 

The herd was really enjoying sunning themselves today. What a bunch of bums! I love when they are able to lay around and look so content! Looking forward to Neighbor Farmer cleaning the lot out.

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Zulu, Wynona, Wynn

 

I had hoped I could get a better picture of the new girls! Aren’t they pretty! They have calmed down a bunch since last night and are even liking raisin treats! My dear Niece just updated me on Posy and Rue and they are doing well also. Everyone is happy in their new home.

4 thoughts on “Ahh, a sunny day!

  1. Thank you so much for your contribution to Seasons!
    Am learning so much from blogging with bloggers who live in the country side (since I was a city-slicker until we moved 1 1/2 year ago, to the country). So, I hope you don’t mind me asking how middle class people can afford to buy more than one horse – aren’t they outrageously priced? Or do you purchase them just after birth?
    Hope to see you next week again at SEASONS:):) have a happy rest of the week.

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  2. Thank you! I am excited to join you!

    The horse market tanked a few years ago. Yes some are outrageously priced, but I traded loads of hay for mine! With patience you can find one for under $1000 easily and if you really take your time often you can find older ones who need a home for free. The real cost for me comes after you bring them home as they don’t generate any income. But having my own hay field definitely helps offset the cost. And its cheaper than therapy!

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