IT’S A PONY OMFG
I will never not reblog
if there is ever a time i don’t reblog this, assume i am dead
this is a mini and I will never not be impressed
forever reblog this pony!!
today is nopeday
Spiders with water droplet hats are something I really needed to know about.
I have a bad phobia of spiders but this is freaking adorable alright
I don’t know why this happened again. LOL.
I don’t think I’ll ever get sick of watching this horse jump - I think the rail steward in the background feels the same!
Gina Miles was not going to be outdone by Avery Klunick’s performance last weekend. Gina managed to avoid hitting the dirt after a sensational stop. Her horse S.V.R. Ron wiped out the jump, ended up sitting on its back end like a dog, then spun back on to its legs with Gina hanging on the side of saddle. With incredible strength and balance she rode it out while managing to pull herself back into position and put the bridle on and finish the round.
Are people blind or stupid?
Another example of what is accepted as entirely “normal” in the equestrian world. Also spectators who have no brains to question cruel actions of callous riders. Here we have a horse who has a traumatic incident, the rider should have dismounted, comforted the horse and discontinued. But wait - the rider does not even dismount, the further pain and confusion for the horse is clear to see.
That commentary was a bit overdramatic but I do agree that she should’ve dismounted and checked her horse to make sure that everything was okay.
Okay yeah that was absolutely ridiculous, especially after seeing Avery do it. Definitely should have been thinking more about if the horse hurt itself falling over the jump than herself finishing the competition. I can completely understand why Avery did it, because the horse that she was riding just stopped at the fence and there was no way that it was hurt. But come on, think about the horse that you’re riding before you think about finishing your course.
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