stressed & depressed
giddytf2:

shisha-kebab:

Probably the awesomest clip job ever.. Not my photo

I can’t imagine how long it took to shave that.

giddytf2:

shisha-kebab:

Probably the awesomest clip job ever.. Not my photo

I can’t imagine how long it took to shave that.

ridingfury:

Omggg

ridingfury:

Omggg

western-flash-english-class:

tubytoo:

The Day of the Horse (by Kerri-Jo)
Wool Collars"The Turkmens are superstitious, and protect themselves and their horses from evil spirits. In Turkmenistan every horse has an "Alaja" around their neck. An alaja is a braided wool cord, made of brown camel hair and white, black, and red dyed Karakul sheep hair. In the case where a horse is injured or sick, they attach a small triangle sewn with ‘omens’ to help ward evil spirits away. This could be an ‘evil eye’ bead, some herbs, a stone, charm, etc. Alajas are very pretty, and come in all shapes and sizes. The more intricate bands, often woven like a carpet, are used as prizes… given to the winning jockey of a race, or more recently, the champion of an Akhal-Teke beauty contest." ~ www.akhal-teke.org/

I want one for Squirt!!!

western-flash-english-class:

tubytoo:

The Day of the Horse (by Kerri-Jo)

Wool Collars
"The Turkmens are superstitious, and protect themselves and their horses from evil spirits. In Turkmenistan every horse has an "Alaja" around their neck. An alaja is a braided wool cord, made of brown camel hair and white, black, and red dyed Karakul sheep hair. In the case where a horse is injured or sick, they attach a small triangle sewn with ‘omens’ to help ward evil spirits away. This could be an ‘evil eye’ bead, some herbs, a stone, charm, etc. Alajas are very pretty, and come in all shapes and sizes. The more intricate bands, often woven like a carpet, are used as prizes… given to the winning jockey of a race, or more recently, the champion of an Akhal-Teke beauty contest." ~ www.akhal-teke.org/

I want one for Squirt!!!

awfuckyeah-horses:

horsesjumpingcourses:

Portuguese Working Equitation

Hello babies c: 

awfuckyeah-horses:

horsesjumpingcourses:

Portuguese Working Equitation

Hello babies c: 

laura-mv:

Guardadamas (Pura Raza Española)
Stallion

timaeustestified:

If you’re ever feeling sad, watch this stallion play in the snow like a child.

andalusians:

Don Hill, 1998 dark chestnut Hanoverian stallion. 
2011: Champion Stallion ~ Dressage at Devon 
2011: Approved with ISR/Oldenburg NA 
2009: Prix St. Georges Freestyle Champion at Northern Winter Final – England 
2008: Prix St. Georges debut 
2005: Winning at M-level with scores in the 70’s 
2003: Qualified for the Bundeschampionat as a 5-year old 2000: Licensed by the Hanoverian Verband 
(Don Gregory x Hella)

andalusians:

Don Hill, 1998 dark chestnut Hanoverian stallion.

  • 2011: Champion Stallion ~ Dressage at Devon
  • 2011: Approved with ISR/Oldenburg NA
  • 2009: Prix St. Georges Freestyle Champion at Northern Winter Final – England
  • 2008: Prix St. Georges debut
  • 2005: Winning at M-level with scores in the 70’s
  • 2003: Qualified for the Bundeschampionat as a 5-year old 2000: Licensed by the Hanoverian Verband

(Don Gregory x Hella)

freshfarmhouse:

Fresh Farmhouse

freshfarmhouse:

Fresh Farmhouse

mediumaevum:

Triumphal Quadriga

These four horses initially adorned the Hippodrome of Constantinople. During the Fourth Crusade they were taken to Venice by Doge Enrico Dandolo (1254). Petrarch mentions admiring them.

Then comes Napoleon (1797) who removes them and takes them to Paris, but not for long. In 1815 they were returned to Venice by Captain Dumaresq.

They were placed on St. Mark’s, but due to weather conditions originals were moved inside, and replicas were made for the outside.

How’s that for a turbulent history?

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browbands:

"look at my entire horse"

browbands:

"look at my entire horse"