I think I mentioned earlier that my peasant pasture mate eats dirt in his treat tub. I find that just so disgusting! I also mentioned that the SPS had the equine therapist check me over, remember she poked my royal rear too much and I was going to kick her? Well said therapist felt it necessary to have the SPS add dirt to my treat tub. DIRT! Why would a royal horse want to eat dirt. The SPS tried to tell me that it was minerals that I need, whatever I know what dirt is. You can see from this photo how I feel about the new addition to my tub. I ate all of the treats that had no dirt and left the rest, my pasture mate can have it since he has acquired a taste for dirt. I have informed the SPS that she had better not add anymore dirt to my treats or she will be sorry. Yep I know where there is an arena that we visit...dirt, I'll show her dirt!
Tue ne cede malissed contra audentiorito (Yield not to misfortunes, but advance all the more boldly against them)
Somewhere far away from the civilized world, The Wilds of Washington State
Sir Darby is a 20 year old appaloosa /Percheron cross. A royal horse who has been displaced and is now living at a working ranch. He is training his SPS (special personal servant) the proper care and handling of a royal horse.