Pryor Mountains May 26, 13

It was day two on our Pryor trip and Ginger and I decided to head to the Dryhead. More so than the rest of the range the Dryhead is hard to spot horses, but Ginger and I had heard some bachelors had been seen so we decided to check it out. I was glad we did for right away we saw “the greeters.” However, it was quickly apparent that all was not well. Hightail and Seneca were alone, causing Seneca to call out in distress.

One of the rare times that Seneca wasn't calling out.

One of the rare times that Seneca wasn’t calling out.

Latter down the road, we saw the dun bachelor Kremmerer. He was alone which makes me wonder if he’ll win himself a mare soon.

I really love his leg stripes.

I really love his leg stripes.

Next, on the way up Burnt Timber, we saw London and Knight with the huge “forest service boys.” It’s great seeing for myself how grown up both London and Knight look compared to the last time I saw them, although I think I’ll still think of London as Little London.

The kids grow up fast.

The kids grow up fast.

Once on the mountain top we saw Indigo Kid and his small band. He was very happy to show her off while, she seemed largely unimpressed. Indigo kid would splash in the water, slam himself into ground to roll, rear into the air, and give himself away as the young stallion he is. Then he would need to catch up with his mare Audubon and her filly Niyaha.

Indigo demonstrates the grunge look. I think if he were a teenage boy his pants would be down to his knees.

Indigo demonstrates the grunge look. I think if he were a teenage boy his pants would be down to his knees.

He leaped up as his band walks calmly away.

He leaped up as his band walks calmly away.

We had a fun day, but needed to head back down the mountain.

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2 Comments »

  1. Joy Said:

    Well, Audobon probably is too mature and just doesn’t see all the fun in it — hopefully, he will win another mare because he sure did enjoy the experience, it seems! 🙂

    Thanks for sharing.


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