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heaven-ly-mind:

Seahorse - Biggles by Kurt Arrigo on 500px
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volatilevibes:

Okay so, where I live (Canada, Newfoundland) we have the smallest ponies.
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And the biggest dogs
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Here’s a size comparison for the Newfoundland dog 
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and together
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That is a full grown dog and pony together LOOK AT THAT!
Now if you don’t think that’s the greatest shit ever I don’t know what is!

I’m moving…BYE MOM

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mazthespaz:

Cremello shetland pony baby.
In my opinion she looks a bit freaky …

She’s a tiny angel!!
Aug 29, 2014 / 99 notes

fivegaited:

mazthespaz:

Cremello shetland pony baby.

In my opinion she looks a bit freaky …

She’s a tiny angel!!

(via alwayshorses)

Aug 29, 2014 / 1,336 notes
Aug 27, 2014 / 200,087 notes

90% of horse movies

  • girl: *finds horse who is impaired in some way*
  • girl: dad can I keep it
  • dad: no there's no hope for it let's go
  • girl: dad u idiot u don't get me
  • girl: *visits horse in middle of the night*
  • *cuts to girl riding the horse in an open field bc she is free and her dad can't control her*
  • dad: how dare u
  • girl: just let me prove to u this horse is special
  • girl: *enters race*
  • girl: *wins*
  • dad: u make me so proud
  • horse: *whinnies*
paratore-photography:

These horses though
Aug 27, 2014 / 381 notes

paratore-photography:

These horses though

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Aug 26, 2014 / 806 notes

transperceneige:

Pure spanish horse mare, by Juliane Meyer.

(via alwayshorses)

Horses destined for the personal service of the Consul went through a brutal toughening-up process under the riding master, whose aim was to make them reliable and immune to the traumas of battle. Horses had to learn not to react to any sudden noise, let alone the smell of gunpowder and burned flesh. If they could not withstand the shocks associated with battle they were sent away forever, since a frightened horse could cause its rider’s death. The hardest lesson that the horses learnt was to stand stock still while gunshot flew close to their eyes, head, legs and body. They were conditioned never to bolt or neigh or stop suddenly unless ordered to do so. Swords were unsheathed close to them and bayonets crossed. Drums were played, pistols and boxes of firecrackers were let off near their ears. Flags were waved in front of their eyes. The riding master drove pigs and dogs between their legs. At other times he threw heavy packages towards the horses. He trained them to respond to commands such as ‘A la charge!’ ‘Au trot!’ ‘Chargez!’ and ‘Halte!’ In the end they learnt to stay steady under fire. It is said that their training also included being taken at full gallop to the edge of a precipice and then pulled up short, but this may have been an exaggeration.

Jill Hamilton: Marengo, the myth of Napoleon’s horse. (via valinaraii)

Cavalry training’s tough for the steeds, too.

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Aug 26, 2014 / 29 notes
scarlettjane22:

Ekatarina Druz
http://www.equestrian.ru/
Aug 25, 2014 / 440 notes