Monday, July 20, 2009

How to wind up divorced in two easy steps...

I forgot to mention.... I'm on a Swedish Warmblood kick. I don't know what it is about them, but I LOVE THEM. I told my trainer I wanted to breed to either of these two horses. I already have the name of the foal picked out, Swedish Pancake :) I'm 100% positive that my husband would kill me. No doubt in my mind, but It's SOO Tempting!!

http://www.dreamhorse.com/show_horse.php?form_horse_id=811861&share_this=Y

http://www.dreamhorse.com/show_horse.php?form_horse_id=1340532&share_this=Y

2 comments:

SprinklerBandit said...

Is it weird to leave a comment for two blogs on one? I feel like I'm stalking you if I leave two comments in one day, though, soo... whatever.

I definitely understand your relief about not having to ride with a gamer. There are certain boarders at my barn that I am very careful not to ride with. Most of them are fine, but some seem to forget that they have to look where they're going and that people with green horses don't particularly appreciate wild horses escaping lunge lines and galloping and bucking around them. Fortunately, that doesn't happen often. Congrats on the running! I need to do that.

As for stallions, I am absolutely in love with a Dutch Harness Horse in our area. He's gorgeous to watch and he can jump the moon. I don't know what he'd make with a warmblood mare, but I really want to find out. I just keep telling myself that breeding is expensive, and I need to get her trained first anyways. No sense breeding to a jumping horse if she ends up a non-jumper.

Denali said...

No such thing as Stalking! I LOVE comments, so does Denali. I really wish people could meet her because she is just CONVINCED she owns you if you touch her. She gets super jealous and pissed off if you touch another horse while in the arena. Not the worst trait she could have.

Breeding is so expensive, plus if anything happened to Denali I would NEVER EVER forgive myself. I'll buy when the time comes, but I just love her heart and her attitude (both good and bad) so much, that I think with a stronger stallion she could make one killer of a dressage baby. Temptation, temptation... Sigh...