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Brown and Black Beauties

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Shortcake and Zip. Not getting much action this summer because there is a piece missing off one of the saddles. I bought a new piece, and I’m waiting for someone to show up who actually knows how to put it on! But they’re looking good in the pasture, aren’t they?


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on July 29, 2013  

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  1. 7-29
    2:29
    pm

    They do look lovely!. Nice and sleek. Watch out when riding them for the first ti :sheepjump: me. They will be pretty “frisky “…. :sheep:

  2. 7-29
    2:32
    pm

    They do look lovely!. Nice and sleek. Watch out when riding them for the first time tho. They will be pretty “frisky “…. :sheep: (You could always do bareback) not you,the horse!

  3. 7-29
    2:38
    pm

    Where’s Strawberry & Loc? If you had a white horse and put bonnets and dresses on them, it would create this book I read as a child. The Little Princesses, or The Three Princesses, something like that. Memory bulb just went out. :moo:

  4. 7-29
    2:57
    pm

    Well fed and shiny! Hooves have been growing -They look wonderfully happy.

  5. 7-29
    3:04
    pm

    I’m sure the folks at the horse rescue place would luv to get an email with this pic. Those horses look so much improved. The speech bubbles over their heads read, “I’m glad this is our forever home. Thanks Woman Farmer, thanks.”

  6. 7-29
    3:09
    pm

    As someone who works (volunteer) for a horse rescue I can’t begin to tell you how wonderful they look!! :heart:

  7. 7-29
    3:17
    pm

    Beautiful healthy,happy, and sleek horses.All thanks to you, Miss Suzanne. :yes:

  8. 7-29
    3:51
    pm

    YES! They are very lovely looking. Blessed to have such a wonderful, loving home with LOTS of pasture to munch each day. OH, the life at Chickens In The Road……… Love seeing them so happy and healthy…. :happyfeet:

  9. 7-29
    5:16
    pm

    Wow, they do look amazing! So shiny and healthy. I have been meaning to ask about them. So thanks for the pretty picture.

  10. 7-29
    5:46
    pm

    I haven’t come across the story of Shortcake, but I am sure I will come to it soon. I am starting to put the story of how you got where you are together, and it makes for great reading. I am wondering if you are working on another book? A lot has happened since Stringtown…I am excited for your book to come out in Oct. I know it will be a great book, but I do love a continuing story! (Sequels ALWAYS take way to long to come out, just getting a head start begging for the next hehe)

    I don’t know much about horses but I know beauty when I see it and Shortcake and Zip are beautiful!

  11. 7-29
    7:30
    pm

    They look truly healthy and content. You have done a marvelous job. Due to economics, I no longer have my horse, and I sure do miss him. Keep up the good work!

  12. 7-29
    10:35
    pm

    Happy to see Shortcake & Zip again. Their glossy coats are beautiful.
    So glad they have a forever home with you.

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