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Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Arabian Horse Show!!

Today was sooooo fun!! My Grandma and Grandpa Christensen took me to the HUGE Arabian horse show! My cousin Leah (who lives here also) met us there and we had a great time. There were so many beautiful horses! I love Arabians...my horse Princess is 1/2 Arabian and Pixydust has a little in her too. These purebreds were Amazing though!!! I took A LOT of pictures, but here are a few- It was a lot of walking which was good excercise and It made me really miss my horses at home...but it was good to be around horses again. Horses make my soul happy!

This was a riding competion

This is one of the top 5 horses in just show..all the horses were so graceful and full of spice!
I also learned that they make the horses muzzles "shiny" by shaving them and using baby oil to make it look glossy! It was soooo pretty!

I just thought this looked so cool with both white/grey horses standing next to each other!

1 comment:

Somer Love said...

My FIL went to this show a couple times... He says the horses are beautiful he is going to try and go again before it's over on Sun. Hope you are well!

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