Yes, i do. I have a 10 yr old Belgian mare and a retired Standardbred gelding who is 14, and thanks for the thought. It was just Nov 15 past, that I had to put my old paint down. Very, very hard. I had him for 21years.
Percy's mother was a wolfhound - he is a Lurcher. He's a sweet heart - and, boy! can he run! He's very helpful - rounds up the chickens, horses etc.
You horse is beautiful - his colouring is unusual. I love the breed - they are so gentle and smart. I first saw one 6 years ago but never dreamed I would one day own one. Now we have four!
We don't have mud yet - just snow and ice - but mud isn't far off!
Acualy thats my mare and my pony. Thats when I first got her and I put her out in the paddoc fo the first time and she wanted to explrore and my little pony just had to follow! And ya she loves to pose for the camra and she can get pritty cheeky sometimes! But I didn't quite get that last part you said, "explain morab"? Oh and all your animals look wonderful! And the horse on picture 6, is it a Gypsy Vanner? It's beautiful!
Hi! I was interested to see you have Gypsy Cob/Vanner. I know they are more common than they are here in Canada. We have 4 Gypsies. They are the smartest, sweetest horses I have ever been lucky enough to know. And a donkey (miniature) as well.
The snow is all gone and has been replaced by mud :(. I hate the muddy season as my boy makes a huge mess of himself and since it's too slippery to run around his paddock he gets hyper when I bring him out. I love your pics of the sheep and donkeys they are so cute.