Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Pre- & Post-Clipping Photos

Title says it all really so one will hope i don't have too much to add in the way of words - thereby taking away from the post with my waffle!
I'll apologise now for the pic overload, i have many more on my camera phone but couldn't slim the portfolio down anymore than these!
Also, please excuse the state of me, the Mammy (photographer) was not supposed to be including me in the shots!:blushing:

Right so Pre-Clipping (all taken 6/11/11)
The Fuzzy-Fuzz-Bear

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Post-Clipping
Playing with L's horse O in the sand arena while we tidied up their stables...


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Warning - Ham-ness approaching

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Getting Closer...

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HHHHHAAAAAAAAMMMMM!

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Roly-poly-time

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Lazying about

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Can you hear that?!

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Boo!

Last one, a failed attempted close up of clip as missus didn't want to pose!

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Brief update for those who may not have seen elsewhere. Kika's supposed bootcamp with L while I was off high-tailing it around Thailand didn't materialise due to Madam pulling a front shoe and my farrier being MIA. Unfortunately haven't heard from him since he shod her 5 weeks ago, despite the fact he was supposed to come back 4 days later to put roadstuds on her shoes to stop her slipping on the tarmac after 2 weeks - so she only had temporary nails in this set to begin with - no suprise then that she lost a shoe hooning around the field like a Looney-toon (as reported in my absence). I'm worried about the blacksmith as the friend who put me on to him (our horses are shod on the same 6 week cycle) has used him for the past 4 years and reports he has never been MIA like this before, the only time he didn't get back to her previously he was hospitalised for something - so crossing my fingers that nothing sinister has happened!
Needless to say this means that Miss Kika's unexpected holiday has been extended, hoping another farrier can remove the reamining shoes this week so that i can even her up and get her back to some sort of work while waiting to hear from our shoe-man. He usually comes every 6 weeks, so if still no word next week going to have to link up with L's farrier who comes the week after mine normally and see if he can squeeze us in! But so long as i can get the remaining shoes off her I can get her back to work in the sand arenas without fear of un-balancing her and hurting her...

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