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Discussion in 'Miniature Horse Photo & Video Gallery' started by secuono, Aug 3, 2017.
Love the bubble picture.
Just need to get a bit that can drill through the metal pipe.
Drilled holes for the singletree and test fitted it. Bolts are too short, hah. But holes lined up, thank goodness!!
Got longer and stronger bolts.
Also ground drove Kasia pulling the cart!
Ponied Slodka off my gelding this morning, first time ever, she did well!
Took Slodka with us this time!
She did not want to load either time, lol.
She didn't like the goat.
She had a gay ol' time telling the mini gelding what to do.
Basically a great time. ?
Sold the harness and the cart is for sale. PM me if you want to buy the cart.
Going to just focus on my geldings and once they are solid, maybe then I'll pick up mini carting again.
So this thread is kind of on pause for, most likely, a few years, if not a lot longer.
I mostly lurk, but loved seeing the photos in this post. The sky and the horse and you are dramatic.
Just some more recent pics of them being horses. Nothing exciting.
Those are really nice looking horses. I love the rolling pasture land they have to live in. I am partial to that 2nd photo that shows the shadows as they face each other.
Been many months since I worked with Kasia. Ground drove her the other day after two others and working with her was like taking a break. Lol
She did great until the end, when the herd went right and I said left. But she got over it quickly and we got to the gate to untack.
Minis pulled a barrel today.
Slodka's first time pulling anything at all & she did fabulous. She, finally, seems mentally ready to start training for the cart.
Kasia's first time pulling a barrel, but she pulls a cart. She's like a good dog that is willing to try anything for its master. No lead on her, not needed. I could strap a fire breathing lizard to her back & she'd be all like "okay, and?" without a care.
The other day, we worked with a pop gun for the first time.
Slodka was left to decide when she was ready, like usual. Kasia followed me like a puppy, unfazed.
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