We're all stories in the end.

But the story never ends. So don't even blink! <3
lusitanos:


Saphiro, a German imported 1999 15.3h Cremello Lusitano stallion. As a young stallion, Saphiro was the Champion of the Portuguese Jr Stallion class at the IALHA Nationals (Now a National Championship class). As a mature stallion he was undefeated at the 2009 ERAHC Classic breed show, including winning the Sr Stallion class (and recipient of the gold medal movement award) then going on to win Champion stallion of the show!
(Umbaba x Epoca)

lusitanos:

Saphiro, a German imported 1999 15.3h Cremello Lusitano stallion. As a young stallion, Saphiro was the Champion of the Portuguese Jr Stallion class at the IALHA Nationals (Now a National Championship class). As a mature stallion he was undefeated at the 2009 ERAHC Classic breed show, including winning the Sr Stallion class (and recipient of the gold medal movement award) then going on to win Champion stallion of the show!

(Umbaba x Epoca)

(via natshorses)

'How Sirius Catches a Ball', alt. title 'The Majesty of the Border Collie'

You know, when this was the look I was getting the whole time I pulled him out of his 40 acre field and groomed him, I don&#8217;t know why I decided to carry on with my plan of taking him on the trails with naught but a bareback pad. Also I&#8217;d never ridden him before, IT WAS A DAY FOR GOOD IDEAS APPARENTLY. 
So yeah the ride we had is exactly what those beady little eyes are promising in the photo. Although honestly I think what saved me is the fact that I wasn&#8217;t in a saddle- I was by necessity already sitting so deep with my legs wrapped around his barrel and following his motion that I  just kind of stuck with his aerials- I think if I&#8217;d been perched on a saddle I would have been unbalanced and launched. 
PONIES

You know, when this was the look I was getting the whole time I pulled him out of his 40 acre field and groomed him, I don’t know why I decided to carry on with my plan of taking him on the trails with naught but a bareback pad. Also I’d never ridden him before, IT WAS A DAY FOR GOOD IDEAS APPARENTLY.

So yeah the ride we had is exactly what those beady little eyes are promising in the photo. Although honestly I think what saved me is the fact that I wasn’t in a saddle- I was by necessity already sitting so deep with my legs wrapped around his barrel and following his motion that I  just kind of stuck with his aerials- I think if I’d been perched on a saddle I would have been unbalanced and launched.

PONIES