Excitement, Adventure and Really Wild Things!

We tied up two Icelandic horses who have never met before.

This was Klængur and Tór.

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This is what happened.  They started to groom each other.

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Then a small disgruntled terrier parked herself under the 3 year old, recently backed, Icelandic gelding.

She sat down, made herself at home and nothing happened.

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Then said Icelandic gelding was left in the middle of the school while other horses were tölting around the edge.

He didn’t move.

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As the excitement was now at fever pitch, Jo got on her new horse.

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Afterwards, I even let Jo have a go so she could see just how much he has changed over the past two years.

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Her Maj remained disgruntled with a hint of resentment while we had a lovely morning playing horses.  Not ponies. Icelandic horses.

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I think she will put herself up for adoption shortly on the grounds that we didn’t have a horse for her to ride.

2 thoughts on “Excitement, Adventure and Really Wild Things!

  1. Linda

    Such gentlemen! (and I know Taktur was so aware of BeAnn and being so still to keep from startling or hurting her. No comment on her sulk…) 😉

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