In looking for the right horse to start for this project (and believe me there were MANY) it was crossing my mind how different these animals can be. I have worked with many track horses, either on their way to training at the breeding farm or fresh off of the track after they are injured or retired. Things like, loud noises, music, people running, giant tractors, cars, etc. don't phase most, but a tree in the wrong place will most definitely be the monster with the teeth that is most certainly out to get them. It's always the things you would think would set off the "hot, crazy horse" that they don't think to look at and the everyday natural stuff (that they actually are not very well exposed to) that frightens them.
Anyway, I am trying to keep things being posted until the boys get here and hopefully get some faithful people that will come and check out our blog and comment too!!! Hopefully this week I can go over and get more pictures. Rest assured, there will be many more stories and photos come January when we start this gig!