Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Horsing Around

The B and B last weekend while in Vermont was across from a 40 acre horse farm. The Sunday we were there they were hosting a Cowboy Mounted Shooting event which meant there were even more horses to enjoy that weekend, including two penned at the actual B and B!
Sunday we ventured across to the event and it was pretty wicked to see! There are ten balloons and the rider must run through the course, shooting the balloons (with fancy blanks) and try to get through quickly. Harder than it looks.
We wandered around the stables too getting a look at the other horses. They were all so gentle and would let us pet them and talk to them. Such majestic creatures.
It was like being in the wild west for a bit more than Vermont but a very fun event to get to watch!

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24 thoughts on the matter:

Anonymous said... {Reply}

I love horses. Thanks for sharing!

The Artful Diva said... {Reply}

lots of excitement - sounds like fun

Rhonda Albom said... {Reply}

Beautiful animals and it looks like some interesting and impressive riding.

Maureen @ Josephina Ballerina said... {Reply}

Nice Post, Tamar!!! I missed the whole loving horses thing growing up. Made up for it as an adult when, surprisingly, found myself spending a lot of time at Laurel Thoroughbred Racetrack walking the horses to cool them down after their workouts aka "walking hots."

Jill Foley said... {Reply}

Fun pics! I loved horses as a child, then my love for them died a bit. When I went off to college my dad remarried and bought a horse farm - I told him he was a bit late on that one! Now I have two daughters that are horse crazy, and my dad has sold the horse farm. The timing has just never been right! : )

Carol Blackburn said... {Reply}

Sounds like fun. They are beautiful animals.

Karen S. said... {Reply}

All beautiful horse shots, and I always enjoy seeing and being inside a horse stable. This is one great post!

Shandra Harris said... {Reply}

Love this! Who much fun- horses, riding, rooting and tooting (that's shooting and shouting for you younguns' :) Found you this week at #WATW.

Buckeroomama said... {Reply}

These are awesome, awesome captures, Tamar!

Linda said... {Reply}

Beautiful animals!

Heather{Our Life In a Click} said... {Reply}

That looks like fun. I love that they were so sweet and mellow for you guys to pet and talk to!

Mascha said... {Reply}

Great series! That is Western feeling..
Greetings from Germany

NC Sue said... {Reply}

I featured a horse theme this week, too - check it out at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/08/say-yes-to-neigh.html

eileeninmd said... {Reply}

Beautiful horses, looks like a fun time! Awesome post, enjoy your day.

Clairejustine oxox said... {Reply}

Beautiful pictures, I love the horses :)

Pieni Lintu said... {Reply}

Wow, looks so cool!

chai-and-chardonnay.blogspot.com said... {Reply}

Wonderful pictures! What an event to witness. I spent my childhood on and with horses - amazing animals.Many thanks for sharing .

bettyl-NZ said... {Reply}

I love your photos. The horses are so awesome.

CountryMouse said... {Reply}

What an interesting even t to see. Great captures of it and the horses too.

likeschocolate said... {Reply}

What fun! Who would have thought of cowboys in Vermont!

abrianna said... {Reply}

Wonderful shots-that close up of the horse's eye with the reflection in it is stunning. When I lived in the Midwest, it was one of the hardest things to get across to the kids that this *was* part of the wild west and the first people that settled here were leaving their country to come out and settle the places.

Anonymous said... {Reply}

Great shots of the mounted shooters!!
This is something my Hubby wants to do with his mare, Ruby. One day. Right now, she's a little freaked out by gun shots. It'll come though, with time, training and patience. ;)
Also love the photo of the horses eye. Beautiful!

D.Nambiar said... {Reply}

Great collection of photographs, especially the stable images. :)

Dara @ Not In Jersey said... {Reply}

I was totally going to say that it looks more like the midwest than vermont! but very cool thing to see!