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SmartPaks to the Rescue?

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I only took this picture because someone was actually in the shed (Missy and Buffy).

O’Reilly, Teddy and Lucky enjoying a pleasant day together. O’Reilly is an Irish bred horse and retired from the jumprs, Teddy is a Quarter Horse and retired from dressage and Lucky is also a Quarter Horse retired from the trails.


Trigger is an appendix Quarter Horse retired from the hunter ring. I love his chocolate palomino color (that you can’t see well in this picture) and all of his bling.

L-R Asterik (Holsteiner), Sebastian (Connemara/Irish Draught cross), Faune (Selle Francais) with B-Rad (Belgian Warmblood) walking towards them in the back.


Winston (Thoroughbred and Trillion (Dutch Warmblood), both are retired show hunters.


The tree house for my nephews and niece extends into one of the pastures. Here is B-Rad hanging out under the tree house!


Trillion


Sky looking at me over the fence (hoping for a treat)


Homer (Irish bred), Levendi (Oldenburg) and Leo (Dutch Warmblood). All were very successful show hunters.


The next two pictures are both of Apollo and Ivan. Apollos is a Hanoverian and retired from dressage while Ivan is a Thoroughbred and retired Grand Prix jumper. The first picture shows how big Apollos is. Ivan stands over 17 hands and Apollo is still so much taller than Ivan. He clocks in at a mighty 18.1 hands.


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