Monday, September 23, 2013

Country Road...

take me home...
It always pays to ride the back roads in these parts...
 
so you don't miss momma...

and her sweet new baby!! 
 

30 comments:

  1. HUGS these are beautiful my friend. B

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  2. Um, no, that baby is a full grown minature horse; foals are born with proportionately longer legs and their bodies grow into them. My best friend said, when we were about 6 years old, "I don't like big horses but I like their little fools"! But I bet "Mother" enjoys the company! Best wishes

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  3. I love viewing horse just anywhere don't you !
    We have them and I STILL get excited to see them wherever we go.

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  4. Oh, the green/blue of the grass and sky...add in the perfect white fence...already perfect even BEFORE the pretty horses!!

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  5. Pretty scene behind that white fence. The horses make it even more so!

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  6. Lovely is the little horse!
    Greetings, RW & SK

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  7. I love bay horses; they always have an elegant look about them, no matter what shape or size ;) !

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  8. So pretty with the white fence and blue sky! I always love seeing horses.

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  9. Beautiful horses. The fence is great too.

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  10. yup, i'm in agreement with attila. that's a mini horse, not a foal. :) still sweet, though, city girl. :P

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  11. Lovely rural scenes, that deep blue sky is beautiful!

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  12. Oh,how cute. I love horses -- they're so elegantly beautiful!

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  13. oh I love horses from behind the fence. I am scared of them being so huge on the right side of the fence. Your pictures are awesome!

    I wonder how when they come close up to the master without a reign.
    Being lose as you have them.

    How do they know when to stop and not step on our feet.

    I know they have big eyes all to look at one. Will have to ask Tex unless anyone here knows.

    They are Beautiful horses but when they look at you. Those eyes are huge.

    Geeeeeeeeeeee.

    My sister was a farmer and my niece. She even helps delivers the babes of her 14 horsesmany times. If vet dont get there.

    And she is tiny lady like Tex. oh I commended those horse people.

    I am glad I just stick to little doggies. Bow,wow

    Anyone else agree?

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  14. Awww - I love photos like this - the horses are adorable!

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  15. We always take the back roads whenever possible no matter where we are traveling. Photos like these are the best reasons to do so, Debbie.

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  16. Awww, how cute! I love the horses, Debbie! I always try to take the back roads. Great shot, enjoy your evening!

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  17. Isn't that a mini-horse and not a foal? I don't know though--I'm a city gal!

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  18. Looks like a wonderfully kept place.

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  19. I live in Kentucky, horse capital of the world, so you know I LOVE these pictures!!!

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  20. I like your both shots, the horses looking beautiful...
    Hugs
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  21. Handsome horses!

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  22. loving these photos! the horses look beautiful!

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  23. So sweet! Horses always seem somewhat regal looking to me, love your photos as always!

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