Our farrier came on Wednesday and trimmed the boys. I think they stood very well. Sovereign nuzzled my head the entire time he was getting his feet done. He was very loving. Pie gets into trouble with his nose because he wants desperately to smell what is going on. As soon as he bends to smell, he turns and wiggles his body away from the trimming. This is not exactly appreciated by our busy farrier!
Our farrier is a new daddy. His wife is involved with horses too, so when they were expecting he told me that they had found the cutest pair of pink breeches for his new baby. I painted a bridle tile for her in pink (above). In our tack room we use these tiles as identification plates over our bridles. I think you can just see them in the photo below.
I love your bridle tiles! Do you sell them as well as a business?ReplyDelete
Do you think those boys realize how lucky they are? I think they do. They look so happy!ReplyDelete
Kate - Thanks for the comment about the tiles. Yes, I sell them in my Etsy shop, maiziejane. There is an Etsy link on the side of my blog. I intend to offer more "horsey" themed tiles soon. I will post about it. Painting and tile design has taken a backseat to Pie and Sovey! P.S. There may be 2 comments about this. Blogger gobbled my earlier response!ReplyDelete
Hi Sandy! We are so happy to have them. We realize how lucky WE are!ReplyDelete
Those tiles are adorable! I love the pink one you did for Olivia!ReplyDelete
Are you curious too about the poeple who come to take care of your horses? I am always interested in one's personal life! Pink breeches sound awesome. A little cowgirl in the making!ReplyDelete
I hope you are having better weather like we are. Thank goodness!
omg that bridle tile is the cutest idea ever? Do u sell those?ReplyDelete
I just started a blog about my very own OTTB..I'd love your input, thoughts, etc. Thx