It is the browband I made for Elizabeth Lord. We traded the browband for a photo session with Ashke. We finally made it happen this last Sunday.
All photos are copyrighted by Elizabeth Lord. They are to look at and not touch, please.
Lot's of Ashke. A few of me.
I shaved his mane again, since Pico had eaten the bottom six inches and left massive bites on his crest. This way there is nothing for him to grab onto.
My horse has got a purty head
I lurvs him
We have learned to leviatate
Fancy foot work
He is not shaved or oiled. Just turns naturally black in the late summer.
Best picture of me all day.
This one is going to be printed and framed.
After we got some pics of Ashke, we brought the other two grey Arabian geldings into the arena.
They are all SE Arabians and related.
Ibn and Ashke have met before. There was no squeeling or kicking.
Ashke and Ibn
Ibn, Amaar and Ashke
Ashke, Ibn and Amaar
It's amazing to see them in stride when they are running next to each other.
Amaar is very fleabitten so he looks a darker grey - it is due to the multitude of large chestnut flecks all over him
Getting jiggy with it
There is a very famous picture of four white Arabians.
This is not that picture.
There were jumps in the arena so we made a chute to see if we could get them to free jump. Ibn went over the small crossrail.
Ashke had a different idea
Why do something easy when . . .
you can be a deer instead?
His ears say it all. I do not have a jumping horse.
Over all body condition looks good
Could he look any happier?
And then he tries to eat my head.
Thanks Liz for some awesome pics.