Princess fingers

Sorry I have been gone so long...there has been a lot going on.  Here is a picture of me being ridden by the clinician who called me guano butt.  He is showing the DOR how light and responsive I am.  See I have been trying to tell her to stay off my face, that I don't need micromanaged.  He told the DOR to ride with 'princess fingers'
Here is the DOR riding me with princess fingers.  The clinician made it even harder on her by putting slipknots in the reins.  She was not allowed to loose the knots of she would have to perform some kind of Marine torture exercise to remind her to be light on my mouth.  It was a grand success and I was thrilled to have her finally get the message loud and clear!
I would like to thank the clinician for helping her be closer to the rider I want.
Enjoy your day and don't forget to hug your DOR!


BlogBlast4Peace 2012

Join the DOR and I on November 4th as we, and many others around the world, blog for Peace.
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Guano butt?

The DOR and I attended a clinic this weekend.  I decided that my belly itched while I was tied so I did what any itchy horse would do, dropped my haunches and rubbed my belly on the ground.  The clinician couldn't remember my name and called out that the bat guano butt horse was sitting down.
Guano butt...what the heck.  The clinician explained that in other countries the easiest way to explain an Appaloosa is that it looks like it has guano on its butt.  I beg to differ.  The photo on the left is bat guano, the photo on the right is my butt.  Do they look similar?  Quit laughing, I can hear you.
The DOR says guano butt is better than guano for brains.  She says I know have a new nick name...Guano Butt.  If she calls me that I am going to give her a new name with a game to go with it-Splat The Rider, I shall call her Splat for short.
Enjoy your day and don't forget to hug your DOR!

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