I was tagged in his ad by his future driving trainer (she was helping me look for a miniature):
|Spud's ad photos.|
And nearly a week later, I bought him and he was sent, sight unseen to a trainer I had never met. Apparently I'm super smart when it comes to this horse buying thing.
But I'm glad I took a chance. He's turned out to be a pretty radical little dude.
|His first night home, he laid down and started eating his food|
like this. No, he wasn't colicking. I think he was just tired from
the long journey.
|Suzie and her minion, Winter 2014.|
|Taking my 90 year old Grandma for a spin. She was so excited|
and kept giving me pointers on how to drive him properly. LOL
|Trotting down the road, amidst several dogs.|
|One of our first drives, back in December 2014.|
|Showing how broke he is.|
|Added the nephew briefly.|
|Our very first drive, November 30th.|
|That time we let him in the house.|
|Hanging out in the snow.|
|Snowmageddon, February 2015.|
|First drive away from home and in an indoor arena.|
|Spring is in the air!|
|Our first clinic, July 2015.|
|Looking pretty trim and fresh.|
|This is how we trail ride.|
|Matching game on point.|
|In the midst of a heat wave.|
|Showing off his extended trot.|
|Another afternoon drive.|
|BMFF (Best Man Friend Forever) and Roxy.|
|Tackling random obstacles on a hand-drive.|
|Announcement that went out a year ago on November 29th.|
|Festival of Lights|
Here's to many more years together.