Welcome to my blog, where I add about Art and things - Enjoying being Volunteer Artist-in-Residence at Arlington Court National Trust Devon
Beautiful view too!
That's very nice to see and great that you captured them on video. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks Christine and Eileen....I was lucky to get them this time, but we heard them walking down the hill.
I always feel so sorry for horses walking on pavement....I think it must give them shin splints! :( (But I enjoyed the view!)
Don't worry Robin, road work is a good thing for them. If they were to canter on it, that would be a different thing, if they weren't used to it.
Interesting how they're all walking a spare, too!
Yes, clever isn't it. It saves extra bodies going out on the ride. These horses are so well trained.
Just catching up and what a lovely post to see - how wonderful!!
Hi Muleteers, guessed you have been very busy with the little one.
I saw a picture of them in the Western Morning News yesterday and thought of you! I love your sea view too. Sarah x
We couldn't believe they went by a second time.
I love that sound. Cool you could get your camera going so fast. Why are they walking a spare? Were they practicing something?
Unusual that I even 'found' the camera, lol. The walking the spare?....they do that as it saves extra people out with them. One rider can easily handle two, and it gets more of the horses exercised in one go.
Thanks Ann for choosing to follow Team Beaglebratz. Yes, my blog is mostly about my two Beagles, Shiloh and Diva Shasta and in fact, they do most of the writing/"talking" I am at work right now so need tokeep this short - I did take a brief look round - love all your artwork - so greattful for those who have artistic talent when I have none.Mom Kim
It's great to be following :-)
neat video - like the clippity cloppity sounds - and that view - oh my!
Thanks Pat, I was so pleased to have captured them going down the road.