After I was through forever with the dogs (yea right) we decided to visit Jones. Well the dogs followed me up there. I had to scold Patty too. She ran right under the gate into the dry lot. Jones was feeling some oats of her own that day and it scared the daylights out of me.
"What are you anyway?" Patty asked.
I am a horse silly girl. And I can stomp you in a heartbeat and you will never be the same
But I really don't want to do that. I want to show off my trot
That was when Patty was a bad girl so I took them both into the house. After all, I was ready to see my sweet girl Jones.
Hey pretty girl. She softly nickered to me.
I drove the golfcart around the pastures as I love to do. She came to me when I got on the end of the dry lot where she has been for the winter. I spied some fresh grass in the field so I gave her some
She gobbled it all up as fast as I could get it to her. Then, just as quickly as she ate it she decided to take off like a bat out of hell.
I barely got these shots she was so fast! To think that it was only Dakota that ran around bucking and acting silly. HA! Jones has a few moves of her own.
It was then that I looked into the distance. Here is what I saw
See the gal in the green shirt? That is Chelsea, my neighbor whose dad bought Dakota. But why is she not on Dakota?
But you see, I knew why. They sold Dakota. I went to the horse auction Saturday night and ran into her parents. They said Dakota was trying to fight the geldings over and through the fencing and they were afraid someone would get hurt. I understand that completely but I wish that had let me know. I was shocked and hurt at first. But then they told me a good friend of theirs bought him and absolutely loves him. So, I guess it worked out like it was supposed to.
I have to say though, her new horse won't last. He is spooky and nervous. But I wish her well and I can't wait until this summer when I can ride Jones with them and hopefully Dakota will be there too. That will be a day to remember!