Wow, I didn't know there were so many horse lover's here!!
here are mine, this is Bracken, she is just 5 and a retrain. She had some really nasty habits when she first came here as a "green-broke" 3yo. She had a year off and LOTS of ground work and now I'm ready to re-start her under saddle.
The skinny sorrel was Brandy, our old mare, in her last year of life. The vet said it was cancer, so we just kept her happy and comfortable for as long as we could. One day, she came nickering and trotting up for her evening feed (she was on a special fattening diet to try to keep weight on her) and halfway through her meal, she took a few steps away, lay down and never got up again. We helped her pass - she was a good, good horse.
And here is my baby, now a shaggy yearling. She was custom bred for me and is mostly Connemara, she has a grandfather who was an Oldenburg and one who was a Paint, the rest is Connemara. She was bred for eventing and I hope we have a long future together. We'll be registering her with the RPSI when she's a bit older. She'll be coming home in the next couple of weeks