Lazy J Bar C

Lazy J Bar C

Sunday, February 21, 2016

Friday's Hunt 2/19/2016

I'm joining Teresa at Eden Hills for Friday's Hunt and I'm late again this week. (sigh)  The prompts this week are Starts With H, Family, and Week's Favorite.

The reason I'm late this week is because I have been spending more time with my Horse, Buster. I have started taking lessons and we have been going out riding too. Friday was a lesson day and Saturday I attended a Working Equitation clinic, it was a lot of fun! The weather has been so nice lately that we want to take advantage of it and spend as much time outdoors as possible. :)

Buster and Jerry's Horse, Paco, have formed their own little Family. One always stands "lookout" while the other catches a little nap. Here, Paco is lookout for Buster.


It always pleases me to see how the horses interact.


Well...most of the time anyway! Sorry about the quality here, I was shooting into the sun.

8 comments:

Patty Woodland said...

I love horses. I used to ride when I was a teenager. But for money and land....
These two are beautiful

Alica said...

I like your horses! And the scenery there is beautiful...so very, very different from here, and that's what intrigues me about it so much!

Little Homestead In Boise said...

Nice shots!

Kristiina said...

Lovely pictures of handsome horses.

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Jim said...

Buster is a nice looking horse. I am glad that you are taking lessons, you may decide to show. I rode our Minnie to my first two years of Nebraska high school. She was a very nice horse, short maned, white with lots of gray speckles.
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edenhills said...

They are beautiful. It's been many years since I rode. I always enjoyed it. Glad you're having good weather to enjoy! And your not late with linking up as long as the linky is still live! ;-)

Lin said...

Aw... It's good they have a friend. As a mom, I always make sure everyone has at least one friend.

pattisjarrett said...

Beautiful horses. At least you got your post in on time. We were out of town and I didn't make the cut!