Oh, one of the horses did not want a tan?
It was brown enough already. It is what horses wear when they go to a masked ball, Eva.
A wonderful photo .., Ian! This sky blue, horses and all green landscapes create a relaxing place! My greetings, Simona
Thanks for expressing your appreciation, Simona. There are a few who love horses in our network so it seemed I should honour them with a glimpse of Australia's horse landscape. Have you ever had the opportunity to ride a horse?
Nicely captured. Looks like home to me Ian. :) If I am not mistaken the horse on the right is wearing a "fly sheet". Some horses are more susceptible to fly and gnat bites on their bodies, particularly their bellies, so a full coverage is needed. :)
Best regards, Tom
Well it is home for you, Tom. It has a Tom Lusier dedication this one, for I thought you would like to see at least a glimpse of this from Oz. I couldn't find a sunset or a puddle in the driveway for you though. The Hunter Valley is also one of our wine growing areas, so I am sure you will combine the equine activities with the viticulture when you cross the Pacific, one day.
And thanks for the information on the flysheet which Eva will appreciate.
Warmest greetings, Tom.
...Is it just a dream..now!I still have not done riding courses .. although Romania has stud with famous horse races!!..Have a nice day, Ian!!Simona
Wouldn't it be lovely to have the dream come true, Simona? I hope so.
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