Kendra DeKay is my instructor for natural horsemanship. She does it with HEART! She is employed by my previous instructor the great Julie Robins! I am so fortunate to have both of them helping me with my horses. I can't tell you how we have advanced and am still amazed of how much there is to learn. I love every second of this!
So, Ms. Kendra posted a few photographs of me (not a good thing to photograph a photographer) so I thought I should expand on that with some of my favorite photo's of Kendra. Here they are! Hope you love them, I know you will.
Raisen eyed Beau! Love the red highlights in his mane. The swirl in the middle of his head, the black rim under his eye, the unique, one of a kind, mole on his cheek! Always soft, sweet, endearing Beau! Pure love.
Murry the cat, deep in thought on the top of a cedar table. I tried to read his mind, but couldn't. Can you?
As you probably have noticed, I am the photographer for Julie Robins and her workshops! What a great job! The best part is when I get a photo like below! Anyone have a great caption for this photo? Hurry before Julie sees this and screams at me! he he :O This is Julie during one of her workshops. Behind her, is her horse Calypso!
Prince (the new blue roan Missouri Fox Trotter) has now joined up with two friends and is now part of a herd! He had a blast romping and galloping with his new buddies, Beau and Nugget.
Here is a face only a mother could love! Can you read a horse? Can you read this horse? This is Jester. In this photograph, he is incredibly bothered. Hot, and bothered. Temperatures here in SC are 100 with a heat factor around 110 degrees. The horses are not very happy! Notice his ears? What ears? Almost flat against the back of his head. (Not happy). Look at his eyes. Intense or soft? Penetrating? Take a look below his eyes. A dark spot in his fur all around the eyes. Sweat... Salt.
OH, you noticed his nose! Soft? Round nostrils? Nope, I would have to say tight. Lips? Yea, you see his lips! Do you ever notice lips on a horse?
Doubt it. His lips are pursed. I call it his "pickle face."
Don't worry, he was given relief after I took this photo. A cool water hose down bath! Maybe, a few treats.... :)
Prince is a blue roan six year old Missouri Fox Trotter! Click on his photo below to be taken to his gallery! After
getting there, click on his photo one more time. Then, for a great view, click on the word "slideshow" at the top
right of the screen!
Prince arrived on Friday morning, and he has adjusted to the farm completely. He is so happy to have the pasture to eat, and five other geldings to meet. He is having a scary, but grand time!