So today, as I was driving through the gate arriving home after errands, I looked to my left and saw the Mustang Gang plus Gwen, laying down.
They all looked at me, but didn’t move much.
Ho Hum, the Little Human is home.
ANNIE – USING THIS OPPORTUNITY TO TRAIN ME.
And then I looked over to my right. There was Annie, laying down, too.
As soon as she saw that I was looking at her, she stood up, shook, and headed straight towards me.
I turned my camera towards her.
THAT is how you train a human.
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I agree. Sadly… I wanted a baby but it is probably best for the world that she slipped it. Too
many horses out there.
Oh don’t worry… Annie’s day will come. I’m just trying to make friends so I can halter her and brush her back-end and work around her (if) and her baby. The training part starts later. ;)
I love this! I have an Annie too, but she is a spirited 4-year-old filly who has been unsuccessful in training me to do things HER way. She’s slowly been coming to the conclusion that it would be more fun and less stressful to just let me have my way. Laugh
Dawn…I just LOVE this pic!
How amazing that out of your mustang gang, Annie was the one that got up and comes to you!
I think you have HER trained quite well.
You can sure tell she loves you so!!!
I love her EYES in the 11th picture.
Thank you for sharing your gang with us!!!!!
So it doesn’t look like Annie is pregnant. Is that what you think?
I know what you mean… secretly, I’m fine that the Mustang Gang didn’t get up. That assures me that they are comfortable with me around…and
that they are also still Mustangs. But, it does feel wonderful when they want to be part of you so they get up and come over.
Either way, I’m fine!
Beautiful pictures of your gorgeous horses! I would love it if my horses would stay laying down when I show up, I always wanted a picture of them laying down. I always feel bad that they think they have to get up from their siesta. :)
Ha! By this standard, I am a very well-trained human, indeed.