Q
Hi! Just out of curiousity, where was the picture taken that has ~240 notes of the closeup of a horses face? You posted it today (july 19th) and I'm curious :)
A

Hello! That was taken at Hunter Farms North, in Skillman NJ :)


soundtrack-for-lovers:

soundtrack-for-lovers:

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soundtrack-for-lovers:

soundtrack-for-lovers:

hey you should check out my new redbubble account - I’ll be adding more designs as I get more ideas! 

omg guys I just had my first sale, $4.50 richer WOOHOO

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seriously with the uncalled-for smart ass comments.


'good boy'

'good boy'


Thaddeus!

Thaddeus!


Soooo, Medieval times came to the Princeton horse show.. 

Soooo, Medieval times came to the Princeton horse show.. 


rippedjeans-cowboyboots:


tebphotography:

You’re doing it wrong! lol she’s ridiculous 

Isn’t she looking at the next jump? Pretty sure that’s what you’re supposed to do…


Nope, she’s looking at the oxer directly behind her, the in of this one-stride combination.  Jay hit it pretty hard with his hind end, she was checking to see if it was still up- which it was! (The rider is my sister, Mackenzie) Even if she were looking at the next jump, you’re supposed to jump one fence at a time-  Look at the next jump after your horse has cleared the fence he’s currently jumping.

Looking backwards, like she is, changes her posture- she risks tugging and distracting her horse, resulting in him dropping his hind end, thus hitting the rail. :) 

rippedjeans-cowboyboots:

tebphotography:

You’re doing it wrong! lol she’s ridiculous 

Isn’t she looking at the next jump? Pretty sure that’s what you’re supposed to do…

Nope, she’s looking at the oxer directly behind her, the in of this one-stride combination.  Jay hit it pretty hard with his hind end, she was checking to see if it was still up- which it was! (The rider is my sister, Mackenzie) Even if she were looking at the next jump, you’re supposed to jump one fence at a time-  Look at the next jump after your horse has cleared the fence he’s currently jumping.

Looking backwards, like she is, changes her posture- she risks tugging and distracting her horse, resulting in him dropping his hind end, thus hitting the rail. :)