That is a pretty horse. Not really a buckskin, though.
I want that horse. Seriously. Steal it and bring it to me, or you're out of the SHFB Fan Club.
Zip!Do you know what that means?Please tell me you do, or I'll be convinced yet again that my family life growing up was warped and twisted.
Love the pics!!
OK, here we go:PJ: Two different horses. I'll google buckskins tonight so I know what to look for in the future.Gwen: Which one? I'll probably have to ride it to LV, since I don't have a trailer. Look for me sometime in Novemeber-December.Kate: I don't know ZIP. Is that the answer?Idea#527: Thank you!Did ANYONE listen to Mr. Springsteen? That was one of the 1st songs he palyed when I saw him in Austin, TX in 1973. Listen to it for me.
From the "American Buckskin Registry Association:BUCKSKIN: Body coat some shade of tan, from very light (creme) to very dark (bronze). Points (mane, tail, legs and ear frames) are black or dark brown. Dorsal not required. Is at least one of the two a buckskin?
I will be sure to buy some hay in the fall so it'll be ready when you arrive.Both of the horses probably would have been called buckskins by the people where I grew up.
Sigh. I WAS raised under a large and shady rock. Hrmph. You say "Zip!" when you see a white(ish) horse and then punch your brother and sister in the arm.
k8: Being raised on a pirate schooner, I didn't see a horse until I was 24.
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