Neat little guy!
Oh he is adorable~
OMG! What a cutie and looks like a ton of personality to boot.
OMG...I would if I could. He won't wait long before finding a home.
Isn't he a cool little dude!
oh my goodness! what a cutie!
Oh my gosh, he is adorable.
I think Chief and Bob could be great friends!
Chief looks adorable! Someone keeps reminding me that the farm is "full," but there's always room for a pony, right?
I guess Tracy was correct when she said there's always room for a pony! It was a very happy and exciting 4th of July for Chief and his new family, as Chief was officially adopted! Tracy and Heike came up to meet Chief along with Natalie and Skye, two of Tracy's daughters. It was a pretty easy decision that Chief would make a great pony for all of them, and he also has a special spot all ready for him to keep another smaller stature horse company. 😉 Tracy boards her equines at Heike's place. Big congratulations and a very Happy 4th of July to Chief, Tracy, Natalie, Skye and Heike! Attached Images
Congratulations all around!
Thank you! Chief is a great addition to the farm. He is getting along pretty well with his buddies in the pasture. We went for our first ride tonight with the kids. Well, mom went for a jog and the kids went for a ride. This pony can GO. My other horses are tall Tennessee walkers and one of my worries was that his little legs wouldn't keep up, but that's not an issue. He's got a great smooth little trot/run that isn't bouncy and the kids loved it. Natalie just turned 5 and was really comfortable on him. I clipped a set of reins to his halter and my 7 year old was even able to steer and maintain control with some lead line help from mom. They all have a lot to learn before they will be independent, but I think we'll get there with time and practice. It was definitely a learning experience all the way around.
OH MY! Isn't that the cutest pony and outfit ever! ?? And so exciting that a 5 year old can ride him and keep up with the big ones.
Such good news.