Here are a few of the sights I've seen in the past two weeks:
|A team of European Sport Horses trotting in step with each other.|
|A Gypsy stallion. He has a teddy bear demeanor!|
|Four-in-hand Friesians. Such large, majestic animals.|
|And then there is small.... the tiniest miniature I've ever seen. He was 28" at the shoulder.|
|A horse trotting behind the RVs.|
|And now a team goes by. They aren't phased by the barking of our neighbor's dog.|
|And here come the Percherons pulling a tour wagon in front of our motorhome.|
|These are the guys pulling the wagon.|
|An exhibition of the Royal Horses, the ladies were on Lipizzaners and|
the gentlemen were on Friesians.
|René, the trainer, on his Lipizzan stallion|
|A neighboring equestrian center had a cowboy mounted shooting competition.|
|The Gypsy Vanner Society had several exhibitions demonstrating the versatility|
of the breed. Here a stallion was used for a "dance" with a garrocha.
|A unicorn hitch (two horses at the wheel led by a single horse) of Gypsy Vanners.|
All are offspring of the stallion seen on the left.
|Bud and Wesier are led by a golf cart on their way back to paddock after pulling the tour wagon.|
|Tucker and Gypsy weren't fooled by theses Chinese style horse statues.|
There were a number of them in this paddock which may have been used
for a carriage driving obstacle in the past.
I guess you can see why I love this campground!