Tricia Booker Photography

July 28, 2011


Gallop. An experience Teddy hasn’t had in a while, and he took full advantage of the opportunity on the first morning turned out in his 2-acre field. At first, he stayed close to me as we walked around checking out the boundaries, but slowly he extended his circle, first at a trot and then the canter. After about 10 minutes, he bravely trotted down the hill toward the pond, then turned and galloped back up, bucking and kicking in a joyous celebration of exuberance. It was a great experience for us both and so fun to see him revel in simply being a horse.


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