Saturday, August 13, 2011

This is my "Ozzie", who finally is getting broke! Took years instead of a few months because there was something always going on, or no money or he was always getting hurt. I have a really nice Amish gentleman breaking him. He uses natural horsemanship, and I am amazed at how well Oz is doing. By the second time Matt got on hum, he just stood there, Matt was kicking him in the sides and bouncing in the saddle and Oz was bored. So hopefully soon he will be trail ready and I will again start riding after a two year absence.

6 comments:

  1. He's very pretty !!! My Dad had two horses that I helped him with. I never rode them though.

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  2. Fabulous! Very handsome fellow. Is he a Quarter horse?

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  3. Pretty boy! I'm not a rider, but a walker, and I would have killed someone by now, if I had been kept off the trails for two years! You are very patient!!

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