• Me:Oh look it's a squirrel

  • Horse:DAMNIT ITS A SQUIRREL

  • Me:YOU'RE A FREAKING SCHOOL BUS WHY ARE YOU GOING 60 MPH

  • Horse:We're gonna die we're gonna die we're gonna die

  • Me:Ah, nice and peacef-

  • Horse:That leaf tRIED TO KILL ME

  • Me:Calm the fuck down

  • Horse:I SWEAR IT JUST POPPED UP

  • Horse:LIKE A NINJA

  • Me:We're going back

  • thehorselifestyle:

    Reblog this if you’re an equine blog and I can queue a ton of stuff from you?

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    wickedhorse:

    ugh such balance

    wef ‘13

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    Can you be a successful rider with a fundamentally loose lower leg? Sure, just look at all the photos of the famous riders with their swinging legs, toes down, eyes down, all those faulty basics. But, here`s the question——Is it a good idea to copy what they do BADLY, or should you copy what they do WELL? That should be a no brainer question. Try to be centered and balanced. You CAN flop around up there, and get the job done—-plenty do—-but why would you WANT to?
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    tendonbootsandbandages:

    My girl ❤️

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    time-in-the-saddle:

    Taken and Kate Conover

    Photo by Mollie Bailey

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