Saturday, February 8, 2014

Good Morning!




I unapologetically stole this from the Terrorized Trail Guide (http://terrorizedtrailguide.blogspot.com/).

11 comments:

HorsesAndTurbos said...

Hahahaha! Sharing!!!

HorsesAndTurbos said...
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Terrorized TrailGuide said...

No apology needed, it's absolutely terrifying though! Yuck!

MichelleL said...

Don't quite understand the fuss over this... which reminds me... it is about time to get some more Excalibur.

GreyDrakkon said...

Anyone else see this and think that kneeling with spurs like that is likely to result with getting in the butt? ;)

GreyDrakkon said...

^ Jabbed in the butt. Yeesh, typing is apparently too hard for me.

Peanut said...

Ha! I groom someone else's gelding weekly and clean his sheath each time (he has tumors inside his sheath and will kick at it if it gets very dirty).

It always makes me a little uncomfortable if any men walk by though; fortunately most of the boarders are women. (And no, I do not wear spurs...)

mugwump said...

Gray Drakkon - Not if you're used to them.

Jill said...

I mean, how can you correctly feel that you're removing the junk...lol...with gloves on?! Thankfully I have a mare now, but I clean her bits as well. :)

Shadow Rider said...

yeah, people don't realize if you have a mare that has foaled, and was a good milker, they get all kinds of ick between the udders.

Shadow Rider said...

as for cleaning the sheath, I'd rather do that than change baby diapers any day!

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