Vidock: Soooooooooooooo… take a look at this picture:
Notice my amazing moves? The trot extension? The fact that I don't have a single hoof on the ground? The Levitating V! Rider? What rider? Where did he go? What did I do with him? Ummmmm, I thought he was right there. Honest I did.
Ah! There he is:
What do you mean, #1? I have to neigh 50 times that I will mot misbehave again? I wasn't a good boy? But I wanted to show him my bronco moves again… Too bad he wasn't using a western saddle with a pommel he could hang on to.
#1 here. Vidock is being particularly "studly" at the moment and we had quite a fright yesterday when he threw off his teacher and it took three tries to catch him. Still, what truly impressed me is that his teacher took him back to the tack room, and got back on him. He then took him for over half an hour in the woods where The Big V was able to canter to his heart's content and blow off some steam. Stallions are not an easy project.
Violette: Boys!!!! he was expecting all of us to come galloping over and admire him, but we ignored him. I of course am a girl, so I am fundamentally good. Here I am coming over to #1 in the fog the other day:
I just love the fact that now, #1 comes to see me every single day. She doesn't always bring me out for a groom because it has been raining so much, but I get my apples and carrots every day. Other people are amazed at how, #1 just has to call my name and I will come right over to her!
This is me on one of the days I got groomed!
Between my thick winter coat and the hair being wet because of the rain, it's a lot of hard work for #1!
We are so sad that some of our dear friends are not doing well at the moment. We would like to send very special neighs to Prancer Pie and Phantom.