As I mentioned in my last post, in the blink of an eye time can skitter away from you. Checking back through my calendar, Sheza hadn't been worked or ridden in 5 weeks when I pulled her out yesterday morning, which just makes her eager and willing participation and lack of shite behavior that much more glorious, I must say.
hard to take a bad photo of this diva!
On our way through her pasture en route to the round pen to blow off some steam, we stopped in to say hello to little step sister yearling Rushcreek Aurora. Despite being fresh out of the pasture after 5 weeks Sheza was quite polite and interested and sniffed totally innocently at Rory....
I feel like this could be us coming in off the trail into a vet check sometime in the future... :-)
April Moore did such a wonderful job with Sheza this spring and I truly can't wait for all our adventures coming in the next few years--as well as all the fun shaping Rory into a fine young beastie!
*when I was a kid my mom used to non-seriously threaten us with being sold to the gypsies and it's stuck as my threat for my fillies