Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Teaching peasants

I decided that the peasant horses at the clinic needed to be shown how to work on a lunge line. All of them were being a bit silly and not doing their transitions well. Part of being a royal horse is teaching peasants proper decorum...the things I must do.

Tue ne cede malis sed contra audentior ito (Yield not to misfortunes, but advance all the more boldly against them)


  1. It is a burden of royalty to set an example.

  2. Miss Flo, aka Dun in Paradise, aka the appy love of my life, who recently turned 12, has shown grace in her transitions and has taught me much. However, a lesson by royalty in how to lunge politely like a princess, might be in order here. I would like her to behave like a Royal Highness instead of a Royal Hiney-ness!