I pulled Duke and Wrangler out of the field to take his two main buddies away. Bill has been lame and usually doesn't partake in the games the other three (1.7 yr, 4 yr, and 6 yr olds) are always involved in, so he got to stay in the field. Steve and I gave Griffin a lot of chances to come to me, chasing slowly, but he STILL wasn't at all interested in coming in. So we revved it up a lot of notches and really put the pressure on him.
I've never ridden a four wheeler quite like that - I was passenger in this case, I drive like a grandma on those things. SUPER intense, a little scary, and a lot of fun. Griffin did give in after about 15 minutes of hard zig zagging chase all over creation at full speed - let us get to the inside of the circle he halted dropped his head, licked and chewed. Good horse.
Oh, and there was finding out this little tidbit: Little man is capable of at least a 32 mph gallop. Go little horse!
|I found his color! One of my couple purchases from Equine Affaire.|
|He'll grow into that saddle soon enough. Measuring his legs with the little tricks out there all have him coming to ~15hh!|