Friday, October 31, 2014

Sid....Joy In The Morning

Yesterday morning, as the rising sun turned the eastern sky to crackling embers,


I was finishing up morning chores...


and had the pleasure of watching Sid and his pony race around the upper pasture
waiting for Becky to bring him home to the barn for breakfast...
(please excuse the wobbly video...I shot this from quite a distance away using a zoom lens)


Sid and Shirley spend their nights in this pasture,
with old Duffy, Becky's elderly retired horse, in the next pasture over from them.


Each morning, Becky gathers all three and leads them back to the barn for breakfast.


If you have followed my blog for a long time,
you will remember that Becky is Hubb's sister, an equine vet.
Her horse, Sid, was an off-the-track thoroughbred rescue
who came to the farm sad and skinny.
He had never known the joy of just being a horse.
With love, kindness, and many hours of mutual training,
Becky has turned him into a magnificent, enthusiastic eventing horse.
They have shared many happy and amazing adventures over the past few years...
truly, the happiest of happy endings!

11 comments:

jaz@octoberfarm said...

sid looks like one very happy horse!

daisy g said...

I just love happy endings!

Missy George said...

He'ssurely a beauty.so full of himself. He looks like he had and it itch he couldn't scratch. Gorgeous! Enjoyed the video. Becky has done a wonderful job with him.

Junebug said...

I love seeing this video, WOW, what a change in Sid from your first post of him. Truly a happy ending!! Hugs!

Lynne said...

What a HAPPY post . . . I loved it!

Karen L. Bates said...

I just love this happy story! It warms my heart that Sid now is so healthy and loved!! Great job, Becky!

Kathy said...

What a beautiful animal with such exuberance for life! Blessings to Becky for giving him a chance to experience love and kindness. Thanks so much for sharing!

Anonymous said...

The joy of this beautiful animal is such a pleasure to watch, but I also enjoyed hearing the rooster and hen crowing reminds me of my Grandmother's chickens when the hen laid an egg they would make that sound..

Annie v.

Anonymous said...

What a great video! Are you still riding Moonbeam?

An American in Tokyo said...

Love it! Happy horses are the best!

Thank you for sharing a part of your morning with us!

Katmom said...

boy o boy, Sid was sure feeling his Oats! Fun to see a uber happy horse...

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