Newestt Member of Family...
The newest member of our NW Okie family...
is this 2004 Horse Colt. Duchess is the babysitter sometimes... when it isn't too
hot outside. Here is another shot of Cindy's 2004 Horse colt. Our brood mare
(Cindy) finally had her 2004 horse colt the evening of 14 May 2004 sometime while I
was typing out last weekends ezine. My friend Bud says it is a Bay, but it
looks like a dark sorrel to me. We shall see! So far... Cindy has had a horse
colt in year 2000 (Moon), filly in 2001 (Cassie), horse colt in 2002 (George),
filly in 2003 (Lillie) and now... another horse colt (no name yet). Do you
see the pattern? Next year I suppose Cindy shall give us a sweet filly. I
need to breed her to a stud that will give me a buckskin or palomino filly to add
to my color scheme, huh? I would really like a buckskin filly, though.
Here is a link to a slideshow of some of Clarks Quarterhorses - Alfalfa County, Oklahoma. Clarks have registered
quarterhorses FOR SALE, if anyone is interested or knows someone who is looking for
a nice horse.
Duchess and I believe there is something special about our horses! They
are our pride, joy, exercise and therapy.... walking, talking to them out in the
pasture gives us another outlet to relieve daily stresses. We do not do any
riding of the horses... yet, 'cause we are an amateur in that degree. We just
like hanging out in the pasture with them -- taking pictures, petting, talking to
them. Duchess grazes in the yard with the yard horses without even getting
stepped on or squashed. The amazing thing that happened this week was helping a new
little colt that got across the fence from his mother -- helping it find its way
back across the fence by jestering, patiently easing the young filly colt through
the lowered wires to it's momma. It is as if the young colt understood what
I was trying to do. Is that what they call "Savvy" horse
sense? We don't know, but it was something special for this NW Okie.
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