Visitors, Not Victims

Some visitors to Shetland asked to meet our Shetland ponies.  I am never one to say no as I believe in promoting Shetland ponies from Shetland.

Firstly we took them to meet the girls – the mares and the fillies.

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Obviously the thought of new victims, sorry, visitors, made everyone rush over.

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As ever, I don’t believe in wasting an empty pair of arms so I gave our visitors a brush and put them to work!

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The girls loved it and so did our guests.

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We chatted, brushed, chatted, brushed and chatted while a variety of Shetland pony mares and fillies introduced themselves to be groomed.

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Next it was The Minions’ turn.  They  had already become acquainted to them from this blog but wanted to meet them in person.

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They had the sense to bring bribery, as in carrots.

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I was proud of the lads.  They are not very good with strangers but they were gentle, happy and relaxed around these people.

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Silver even made a huge effort to be “one of the boys”.  He is beginning to come out now and I am pleased about that.

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Storm even went to sleep beside us, which made me realise that they are totally relaxed.  He could’ve remained standing up.

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(Tears to Eyes Moment, I will admit – no horse has ever lain down next to me to zzzzzzz……)

3 thoughts on “Visitors, Not Victims

  1. Louise

    The mare in the pic with the yellow curry comb has the most beautiful eye. Your visitors were very lucky x

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  2. Sam

    Testament to the love and hard work with the Minions that Storm fell asleep on the ground next to you.
    Congrats!

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