Monday, February 6, 2012

Joy

Sometimes...
so much can be said,
without ever uttering a word.

Today's post is brought to you by Becky's horse Sid,
aka Silence Breaker.
Sid is a retired race horse with an undeniable zest for life.
He is one happy horse.....

16 comments:

Ashling said...

Perfectly titled post....and a big smile to start the day. Thank you!

SparingChange said...

Love it! What a happy horse.

andy said...

Love the post! !!! Have a great day!

Diane Cayton-Hakey said...

Big smile! Love how full of himself he is!! Don't you just love seeing a happy creature?

Country Gal said...

That was good loved the bango music! Spunky kick up your heels fun ! Must of got a tail wind up his backside lol ! I love watching horses frisk it up around the paddock and the rolly polly pony was cute looked like out dog Miggy when she rolly polly's ! Have a wonderful day !

sgtempleton said...

What a beauty and such playful exuberance....

Denise at Autumn Sky said...

He is a happy horse! No matter his age, he is enjoying life as if he were still a two-year-old. I love how the other horse ignores him and keeps eating. Must be a mare?

kpaints said...

What joy!! His nick name...Flying High? Such a happy boy!

missy max said...

Hey.."I'm just trying to get that critter off me that's biting my back". Seriously..He's beautiful..wonderful gait..Looks like a lot to handle...Great post..loved the music with it..

Maura @ Lilac Lane Cottage said...

LOL Sid certainly is one happy boy..he flies like the wind! He's fortunate to have so much space to run around in. Have a wonderful week!
:)

dr momi said...

Haha, Sid likes to run! Nice smile to my day!

Anonymous said...

pure unadulterated joy.

I have a silly question to ask, I live close to a horse stable and always love to see the horses in their corrals they always put their heads over the rails almost nose to nose and seem to be really communicating, with many shakes of the heads, nibbles etc, at least I like to think so!!! have you seen this behaviour?

Annie v.

Beverly said...

Annie...
I have most definitely seen this behavior and many others. I have been studying my horses for a long time, and yes, they communicate. They mutually groom each other. They call for one another when one is pulled out of the herd for riding, etc. They mourn each other when one passes. To me they are very spiritual animals...that may not make sense, but they communicate on so many levels...perhaps more effectively than humans.

Anonymous said...

What a beautiful horse. Makes my day.

From Beyond My Kitchen Window said...

What a great video. Sid is a beautiful horse and has such a wonderful time amusing himself. I had to watch it twice.

Denise S. said...

Lord I could just stand there for half a day an watch that beautiful boy.

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