Joylynn Hardesty wrote:I am enjoying your stories, please keep them coming!
My experience with horses has been limited. Talking to them over the back fence as I garden, a few nose rubs. They had a pony and a full size riding horse. It was so funny, when the pears were ready, the horse would pick one for the pony, then get one for himself! Those two had to be found a new home, they moved from an acre home to 7 acre pasture, too far away. I still miss seeing them. I've been on a few hour long guided (thank you very much!) trail rides. I am that inexperienced.
Another near neighbor has four beauties. I always wonder what's going on in their heads, when for no reason they take off at full gallop! They look like they are having a great time.
A few years back, we brought a large load of their manure to our garden. While loading it up during a break, one came over and sniffed my neck. Snorted at me and ran back to the others to tell them all about me!