In response to the weekly photo challenge with the theme ‘Weight(less)’ I thought of this flying Haflinger.
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In response to the weekly photo challenge ‘Trio‘ I selected two pictures I took in 2009.
In December 2009 Kyra shared a paddock with another mare Mees and a gelding named Ziggy. They made a lovely trio.
Kyra was 1,5 years old, the other horses where 2,5 years old. They had their own happy mini-herd and we, the three owners, where very happy with this arrangement too. They where the only horses on the premises that where not locked in 23/7. It just reminds me of a really happy time in my life!
These pictures are taken in Hoogkerk, Groningen, The Netherlands.
Since Halloween is coming up I was thinking about dressing up myself and my horse Kyra. Here are some ideas I found:
#1 Spider costume
This one cracked me up! I think this one is scary for most horses too. Really original!
#2 Wet Paint
Only funny if you know something about horse colours.
#3 Shrek, the Donkey and Fiona
Hope the green came of easily, Fiona.
#4 Three kings
I wish I had 3 cuties like these ones! Adorable!
#5 Knight and Dragon
Love these little dragons! And what a handsome knight in shining armour!
#6 Harry Potter and Hermione
You can see the magic happen!
Just love it! Now you know how old I really am!
#8 Headless Horseman
Really scary Halloween costume without too much work. Must be able to ride one-handed.
#9 Little Bo Peep
If you have too many cotton balls lying around.
Isn’t this sheriff adorable or what?
For all the people who are horse-less, I found this costume.
PS Let me know what your costume looked like!
Here are 10 funny horse pics for you. I hope at least one of them makes you smile. Or giggle. Or laughing out loud.
#1: Kyra, becauseyour own horse is always number one, right?
#2 This little cutie made me smile
#3 We can all relate being scared
#4 Nomen est Omen (What’s in a name)
#5 This pic always come in handy on the internet
#6 How do they do it, ey?
# 7 Husband and Horse, do they mix?
#8 We all know that dance, don’t we?
#9 Some people think horses can’t think…
# 10 My face before coffee in the morning. 😉
I found a few other pictures with quotes.
I like positive reinforcement because it makes you focus on the positive, on all what goes right. And what you focus on, grows. I don’t have to nag my husband about household chores, I have reinforced him a LOT for doing those things. I even don’t have to point out what needs to be done. My favourite day is when I go out to work – read: give lessons! That is my passion, to show passionate horse owners how they can radically change their bond with their horse- and when I come home our son is well taken care off and the whole house is clean. This is when I made the picture quote below.
This picture is taken by my lovely husband. It was kind of funny do things the other way around and it was quite hard to keep Kyra of the pedestal, LOL.