Why hello crabby!!!! I am just kidding!!!! So if there is no sunshine down in OR today, I guess that means that we are soon going to lose ours up her in WA….yech!!!
I lost you for a bit out there in blogland, and was happy to see read your comment about NH on AOHCM’s blog. As a lifetime Arab owner, I am not crazy about most (but I do like some!) NH trainers.
I have to ask myself why we don’t see them work with Arabs that often. I think it is because they are smart and challenging…or they can be.
I guess a QH with issues is easier to work with than a whacked out Arab…lol!!!
You own a QH now, don’t you?? I think that I will always ride at least 1/2 Arabs, but I do want a nice, steady, dependable QH for my kidlets.
Glad that I found you again!!! I’ll have to link you on my blog roll so I don’t lose you again…lol!!!
Actually, the sun is shining through the window right onto the screen of this laptop. I’m just not my “sunshine” self today. I even worked out and I’m still grumpy!
I do have a QH now. I miss the VTA like you wouldn’t believe and am still upset that I can’t locate him. But, my Casey needs me and I need him. He has silly Arab-like moments at times. Does that count?
When you have a 3 yr old silly Arab gelding, sometimes you just have to “beat them up” as one of my Arab friends would say. Or, as Mugwump would say, “make them believe you’re going to kill them”.
The barn Casey is at is very Arab friendly and seems to be the dominate breed there. I like it!