Tuesday, April 5, 2011

The Transition - Canine to Equine

Every spring, we go from this...

To this...

And before we know it, summer is here.

And then summer seems to race on by, into fall again, year after year.

In the meantime, check out the video below.

You won't be sorry ~ it's truly amazing.

Grab a cup of coffee and settle in for 9 minutes of wonder and awe.

(Be sure and hit the stop button - to the right - to the music on here
 so it won't clash with the video.)

And don't let the fact the title isn't in English throw you...
plus the video quality improves quickly.

And watch until the very end.  I tear up at the 8 minute mark.

OK, enough rambling...let the show begin~!
Most amazing horse video.

Until tomorrow, God willing.


OurCrazyFarm said...

Are those real mustangs??! I have always wanted to own a real mustang, but the older I get the less I want to break a leg training one:)) BEAUTIFUL pics!

Again, your words were God sent:)) Thanks! Terri

Sherry Sutherby http://russ-stickacres.blogspot.com/ said...

LOL Terri ~ Agreed! That is why we hired trainers (sisters) who are experienced in training Mustangs. :) (Yes, they are different...a lot of hours on this boy. But he's smart...) The black boy is Nauish (pronounced Now-eesh). It is to mean "Thank You" in Cheyenne. He is a BLM Mustang. We've had him (adopted him) since the day he was gelded as a youngster. He is THE sweetest horse ever... Our other big guy, Raz, is 1/2 Mustang - his father was beautiful and big. Our third horse, Buck, who is smaller, may also have Mustang, but we don't know his background.

Thanks for the Thank You! If you ever want to connect via email, shoot one through our website contact at www.russ-stickacres.com

I'll be posting more horse pics as the season gets underway. :)

Mary Ann said...

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Sherry Sutherby http://russ-stickacres.blogspot.com/ said...

Thank you, Mary Ann, for your kind words and promotion. Your Calamity Acres Blog is a wonderful visit for the senses...!