Now it's cold.
Mother Nature appears to be menopausal this spring.
But for the few days of heaven that we experienced less than one week ago, I was able to work with the horses. I feel bad because I seem to only photograph my own horses, and I rarely photograph my son's horse, Sugar.
So I seem to take pictures of my fit horses. Shame on me. :(
The good news is that we've been working with Sugar for a couple of months now. She's on a diet and exercise program.
Here's the transformation. Pay special attention to her belly.
I find it funny that in the picture above, Sugar is eating. Then, in the picture below, she's exercising. We could all learn something from this. :)
I'll try to take pictures of Sugar a little more often. She really does like the attention, and she'll make a great halter horse for the show ring. I've bonded with her over these past few months, but you'll never see me riding her. You see, Sugar only allows men to steer her from above. She's put me in my place. Apparently, my place is on the ground.
More pictures of Sugar to come.