An equestrienne's travel adventures around the planet, or, a traveller's equestrian adventures around the planet (occasionally on foot, sometimes chasing owls, almost always with The Raven). Just Ride - Anywhere!
Thank you so much for the video. Watching her makes me weep also. So beautiful and strong!! Love to see her enjoying her new home!
I didn't cry this time, but my heart was racing with excitement watching her run. I could watch her run at liberty like that, all day long. I hope they allow her to spend more time outside than just that short video, though. She was having such fun! All her little bucks. So cute! I loved how she carries her tail flagged like a free-spirited Arabian. Wheee!And she made me laugh towards the end when she was being led out. She reminded me of a Pacing horse the way she was stretching her legs so far forward. She's gorgeous!And I was laughing at the way her entourage acted like a bunch of groupies ready to do Zenyatta's bidding....Gourmet mineral water, Miss Z? Some petting, Miss Z? A truckload of carrots, Miss Z?lol!She's living a luxurious life in her retirement, that's for sure. Wish all race horses had this to look forward to.~Lisa
Nuevamente tenemos tus articulos en pantalla, ya me parecia extraño no ver todos los dias tus comentarios.Felicidades Navideñas a todos los lectores de The equistian Vagabond desde España.Saludos de Gabriel.http://ggjineteraid.blogspot.com/
Yes Zayetta is a magnificent horse!Brings tears to my eyes too.In Australia we had the pleasure of seeing another beauty, "Americain",(USA trained). winner of our Melbourne Cup.A race for three-year-olds and over, over a distance of 3,200 metres.i could go on Makybe Diva, & Viewed also great horses.Happy Christmas.Love Cassie. Sydney
Brought a tear to my eye when she started running. I was afraid "turnout" was just going to be walked around on a lead. She was having a grand time out there!
PS: Merri, you asked, "What is a spike?" A spike is a young (usually 1 - 2 years) bull elk or buck deer with a set of unbranched antlers. After the first year or two, the antlers usually branch or fork with multiple tines growing out from a main beam.
She is a special and beautiful horse. I love her attitude and personality. I'm glad they let her off the lead to have a romp. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
thank you for sharing Merri!
"A thing of beauty is a joy forever......!" what an exquisite animal! She has earned her gallops in the snow!!
Saw it, love it, heart warming! She has a super Team supporting her and doing it right!