rollback-right:

un-bridled:

barn-brat:

whee!

Yikes

There are two types of people…

rollback-right:

un-bridled:

barn-brat:

whee!

Yikes

There are two types of people…

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chase-me-charlie:

equestrian-porn:

If you don’t talk to your horse while riding then you are fucking weird.

"It’s just a barrel, calm thyself."

"Oh my god it’s just a dog you have them at home."

"No I did not say trot."

"For once in your life can you please behave."

"Why are you freaking out over the bucket!? You eAT OUT OF IT."

"I said walk dammit."

"No you can not sniff the steamroller."

"Please do not try to eat the little pony."

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kimblewick:

sitting—trot:

Fun fact: You can wear whatever the hell you want when you’re riding as long as you’re being safe.

This has been a PSA

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racinglegends:

Even though he is not a racehorse, but a free and wild Mustang stallion, Cloud deserves to be on my blog today. I have followed him on his page on Facebook, since May 2012.
Today, 29 May 2014, he turns 19 years.
Cloud, a palomino stallion, lives in the Pryor Mountains, called the Arrowheads by the Crow Indians. He has been documented from his very first day of life by Ginger Kathrens. She has, as far as now, made three movies about Cloud, "Cloud: Wild Stallions of the Rockies", "Cloud’s Legacy: The Wild Stallion Returns", and the latest “Cloud: Challenge of the Stallions”.I have watched one of them on Youtube, and can only recommend it.
Cloud is the son of the black stallion, whom Ginger has called Raven, and the palomino mare Phoenix.Because of his rare colour, he has always been released, when being rounded up many times by the Bureau of Land Management, through either helicopter stampedes or bait trapping operations.Today Cloud roams free in his mountain home. 

He was declared an ambassador for all wild horses living in the American West, by the United States Congress in 2011.

Happy Birthday, Cloud. <3

Photo: The Cloud Foundation / XCloud in March 2012

racinglegends:

Even though he is not a racehorse, but a free and wild Mustang stallion, Cloud deserves to be on my blog today. I have followed him on his page on Facebook, since May 2012.

Today, 29 May 2014, he turns 19 years.

Cloud, a palomino stallion, lives in the Pryor Mountains, called the Arrowheads by the Crow Indians.
He has been documented from his very first day of life by Ginger Kathrens. She has, as far as now, made three movies about Cloud, "Cloud: Wild Stallions of the Rockies", "Cloud’s Legacy: The Wild Stallion Returns", and the latest “Cloud: Challenge of the Stallions”.
I have watched one of them on Youtube, and can only recommend it.

Cloud is the son of the black stallion, whom Ginger has called Raven, and the palomino mare Phoenix.
Because of his rare colour, he has always been released, when being rounded up many times by the Bureau of Land Management, through either helicopter stampedes or bait trapping operations.Today Cloud roams free in his mountain home. 

He was declared an ambassador for all wild horses living in the American West, by the United States Congress in 2011.
Happy Birthday, Cloud. <3
Photo: The Cloud Foundation / X
Cloud in March 2012

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llamalamu:

image

[TRIPLE CROWN INTENSIFIES]

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keepcalmandride-on:

Going through old photos..this one is one of my all-time favourites
Fine Point Photography

keepcalmandride-on:

Going through old photos..this one is one of my all-time favourites

Fine Point Photography

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