Snort n blow
Thats what we horsey folks call it when our horses are "spooky."
(that means they're very worried n might jump sideways, or up or down or... )
I teach my newest students that horses are a lot like little bunny rabbits...
They are prey not predators and as such are ALWAYS
looking at what's rustling, twitching or ready to pounce.
Even if it's ridiculous!
Can you imagine how they must feel on OUR farm?!
We have our means of desensitizing! teehee
I'm not sure if you can see it here, but my chickens truly are a fright right now.
They are moulting and so embarrassed that they ARE hiding in the bushes all day!
Now, while Im thinking about myself and cartoons
I think I better go order one of these cute tees...
this is an awesome site ~ www.danasdoodles.com
Tomorrow we are hosting a barn Halloween party where all my students are dressing up WITH their horses and we'll decorate the barn and enjoy MUCH MISCHIEF!
Hopefully I'll return before spring to post those pics ;-)
Hope your day was spooktacular friends!