Play day-photo shoot

The DOR decided to bring out the fancy silver halter that she recently bought (Annie tell your DOR thanks) and attempted to get some nice photos. As you can see I am totally thrilled with the idea. The photo to the left is my 'can you just get this over with because I have grass to eat' look.

This look is my 'boy does the DOR look silly tossing grass in the air' look. Not only does she look silly, but it is a waste of perfectly good grass.
I am hoping that she will give up soon and let me roll.

I think this photo does my famous ancestors proud. If I have to say so myself, I am good looking! The DOR loves the way I look and that is the most important thing...who am I kidding, I want everyone to think I am good looking!

The entire time the DOR is trying to get my picture Freedom is trying to stick his big mug in the photo. The old guy looks very good for his age. I think between the two of us our section of the ranch should be voted the section with the best looking horses (don't tell Salty the Wonder Horse or he will cry-he thinks he is the coolest horse ever).

Here is Dakota scritching Freedom. Don't let him know this photo is here, he will croak if people see him wearing boots with his shorts! The DOR wants to keep his toes safe.
Freedom loves to be scratched, he would like it if someone did that all day long. I like scratches too. If you drive by the ranch chances are you will catch the two of us scratching each other's bellies and butts.
The DOR put the fancy halter on Freedom and took some photos of him, it is good that he isn't left out. Freedom is one of Dakota's best buddies.

Here is my close-up. I think it turned out really well.

Here is Freedom's close up...pretty fly for an old guy!

Still Hazy here from the fire, it is making the DOR talk funny.

Enjoy your day and don't forget to hug your DOR


Amanda said...

That halter looks great on them. I am so glad you like it and ended up with it. My landlady's best riding horse died in a gruesome accident today. He was a lovely foxtrotter. So sad and she is crushed.

Cactus Jack Splash said...

I am so sorry to hear about you landlady's horse. I remember meeting her horses when I first met Samba, they were all nice horses. Please give her my condolences.


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