That Horse Girl
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GOOSE HELPS DOG WITH BEHAVIORAL ISSUES - "The pair now like nothing more than going for a walk in the woods and snuggle down to sleep together in Rex’s bed every night."
A German Shepherd named Rex was rescued by an organization called the Puriton Horse and Animal Rescue in England, but his behavioral issues were so severe that he was almost put to sleep. However, Rex was introduced to a goose named Geraldine and he underwent an amazing transformation. Rex became much more mellow and he never leaves Geraldine’s side. Read more from The Scotsman:

Rex the German Shepherd was so vicious it would take two people to feed him - one to distract him and the other to throw a bowl of food into his enclosure.
He would bark and growl at anything that passed and would even try to poke his head through his run to eat wild rabbits which roamed past.
But when introduced to Geraldine the goose the dog immediately mellowed and the two became inseparable.
At first the owners feared Rex would literally bite his feathered friend’s head off for straying into his territory - but Geraldine took him under her wing.
The pair now like nothing more than going for a walk in the woods and snuggle down to sleep together in Rex’s bed every night.
Staff have been surprised by how close the pair have become and believe the once angry bird and growling dog bring out the softer side in each.
“It’s so comical to see them because they love each other to bits,” said Sheila Brislin, who runs the Puriton Horse and Animal Rescue, near Bridgwater, Somerset.
“She just runs around alongside him all day long and whenever we take him for a walk in the woods she has to come too.
“They are very affectionate and he’s always licking her head and kissing her. She snuggles into him and they sleep together every night.

Sounds like Geraldine came into Rex’s life at just the right time. Click here for the full story. (Additional photo from the Puriton Horse and Animal Rescue Facebook page) dogjournal:

GOOSE HELPS DOG WITH BEHAVIORAL ISSUES - "The pair now like nothing more than going for a walk in the woods and snuggle down to sleep together in Rex’s bed every night."
A German Shepherd named Rex was rescued by an organization called the Puriton Horse and Animal Rescue in England, but his behavioral issues were so severe that he was almost put to sleep. However, Rex was introduced to a goose named Geraldine and he underwent an amazing transformation. Rex became much more mellow and he never leaves Geraldine’s side. Read more from The Scotsman:

Rex the German Shepherd was so vicious it would take two people to feed him - one to distract him and the other to throw a bowl of food into his enclosure.
He would bark and growl at anything that passed and would even try to poke his head through his run to eat wild rabbits which roamed past.
But when introduced to Geraldine the goose the dog immediately mellowed and the two became inseparable.
At first the owners feared Rex would literally bite his feathered friend’s head off for straying into his territory - but Geraldine took him under her wing.
The pair now like nothing more than going for a walk in the woods and snuggle down to sleep together in Rex’s bed every night.
Staff have been surprised by how close the pair have become and believe the once angry bird and growling dog bring out the softer side in each.
“It’s so comical to see them because they love each other to bits,” said Sheila Brislin, who runs the Puriton Horse and Animal Rescue, near Bridgwater, Somerset.
“She just runs around alongside him all day long and whenever we take him for a walk in the woods she has to come too.
“They are very affectionate and he’s always licking her head and kissing her. She snuggles into him and they sleep together every night.

Sounds like Geraldine came into Rex’s life at just the right time. Click here for the full story. (Additional photo from the Puriton Horse and Animal Rescue Facebook page) dogjournal:

GOOSE HELPS DOG WITH BEHAVIORAL ISSUES - "The pair now like nothing more than going for a walk in the woods and snuggle down to sleep together in Rex’s bed every night."
A German Shepherd named Rex was rescued by an organization called the Puriton Horse and Animal Rescue in England, but his behavioral issues were so severe that he was almost put to sleep. However, Rex was introduced to a goose named Geraldine and he underwent an amazing transformation. Rex became much more mellow and he never leaves Geraldine’s side. Read more from The Scotsman:

Rex the German Shepherd was so vicious it would take two people to feed him - one to distract him and the other to throw a bowl of food into his enclosure.
He would bark and growl at anything that passed and would even try to poke his head through his run to eat wild rabbits which roamed past.
But when introduced to Geraldine the goose the dog immediately mellowed and the two became inseparable.
At first the owners feared Rex would literally bite his feathered friend’s head off for straying into his territory - but Geraldine took him under her wing.
The pair now like nothing more than going for a walk in the woods and snuggle down to sleep together in Rex’s bed every night.
Staff have been surprised by how close the pair have become and believe the once angry bird and growling dog bring out the softer side in each.
“It’s so comical to see them because they love each other to bits,” said Sheila Brislin, who runs the Puriton Horse and Animal Rescue, near Bridgwater, Somerset.
“She just runs around alongside him all day long and whenever we take him for a walk in the woods she has to come too.
“They are very affectionate and he’s always licking her head and kissing her. She snuggles into him and they sleep together every night.

Sounds like Geraldine came into Rex’s life at just the right time. Click here for the full story. (Additional photo from the Puriton Horse and Animal Rescue Facebook page) dogjournal:

GOOSE HELPS DOG WITH BEHAVIORAL ISSUES - "The pair now like nothing more than going for a walk in the woods and snuggle down to sleep together in Rex’s bed every night."
A German Shepherd named Rex was rescued by an organization called the Puriton Horse and Animal Rescue in England, but his behavioral issues were so severe that he was almost put to sleep. However, Rex was introduced to a goose named Geraldine and he underwent an amazing transformation. Rex became much more mellow and he never leaves Geraldine’s side. Read more from The Scotsman:

Rex the German Shepherd was so vicious it would take two people to feed him - one to distract him and the other to throw a bowl of food into his enclosure.
He would bark and growl at anything that passed and would even try to poke his head through his run to eat wild rabbits which roamed past.
But when introduced to Geraldine the goose the dog immediately mellowed and the two became inseparable.
At first the owners feared Rex would literally bite his feathered friend’s head off for straying into his territory - but Geraldine took him under her wing.
The pair now like nothing more than going for a walk in the woods and snuggle down to sleep together in Rex’s bed every night.
Staff have been surprised by how close the pair have become and believe the once angry bird and growling dog bring out the softer side in each.
“It’s so comical to see them because they love each other to bits,” said Sheila Brislin, who runs the Puriton Horse and Animal Rescue, near Bridgwater, Somerset.
“She just runs around alongside him all day long and whenever we take him for a walk in the woods she has to come too.
“They are very affectionate and he’s always licking her head and kissing her. She snuggles into him and they sleep together every night.

Sounds like Geraldine came into Rex’s life at just the right time. Click here for the full story. (Additional photo from the Puriton Horse and Animal Rescue Facebook page)

dogjournal:

GOOSE HELPS DOG WITH BEHAVIORAL ISSUES - "The pair now like nothing more than going for a walk in the woods and snuggle down to sleep together in Rex’s bed every night."

A German Shepherd named Rex was rescued by an organization called the Puriton Horse and Animal Rescue in England, but his behavioral issues were so severe that he was almost put to sleep. However, Rex was introduced to a goose named Geraldine and he underwent an amazing transformation. Rex became much more mellow and he never leaves Geraldine’s side. Read more from The Scotsman:

Rex the German Shepherd was so vicious it would take two people to feed him - one to distract him and the other to throw a bowl of food into his enclosure.

He would bark and growl at anything that passed and would even try to poke his head through his run to eat wild rabbits which roamed past.

But when introduced to Geraldine the goose the dog immediately mellowed and the two became inseparable.

At first the owners feared Rex would literally bite his feathered friend’s head off for straying into his territory - but Geraldine took him under her wing.

The pair now like nothing more than going for a walk in the woods and snuggle down to sleep together in Rex’s bed every night.

Staff have been surprised by how close the pair have become and believe the once angry bird and growling dog bring out the softer side in each.

“It’s so comical to see them because they love each other to bits,” said Sheila Brislin, who runs the Puriton Horse and Animal Rescue, near Bridgwater, Somerset.

“She just runs around alongside him all day long and whenever we take him for a walk in the woods she has to come too.

“They are very affectionate and he’s always licking her head and kissing her. She snuggles into him and they sleep together every night.

Sounds like Geraldine came into Rex’s life at just the right time. Click here for the full story. (Additional photo from the Puriton Horse and Animal Rescue Facebook page)

that-horsegirl:

I’m kinda looking around for a new project horse. Would like something close to the Maritimes in Canada, as I wouldn’t want to pay huge shipping fees. Green, under 2k(depending on shipping and how much training is on the horse). Between 14’3 and 15’3.

If you know of anyone selling their horse, or one that is in a rescue type situation than please let me know! :)

When did the tumblr app change the colour of the buttons? And why are some blue and some grey?? Help!??

clipclopphotography:

Richard Spooner crossing master of the lawn dart off of his bucket list

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Richard Spooner crossing master of the lawn dart off of his bucket list

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piaffepassage:

dressageworkingstudent:

we-ride-like-a-pro:

Gerdine Maree and Dreamboy ( Vivaldi x Ferro )

credit to Roland Hitze

Custom De Niro boots in navy blue and patent!

Don’t usually like boots that aren’t black or brown, with the exception of crocodile patent brown boots (yes the only time patent is acceptable haha) but these are amazing and I love the colour coordinated gloves and helmet. Oh yes perfect 👌

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juggernaat:

The problem with a history of depression and anxiety is that you can never know if you’re “just having one of those weeks” or if you’re sliding back down into those places you swore you’d never go again.

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I’m kinda looking around for a new project horse. Would like something close to the Maritimes in Canada, as I wouldn’t want to pay huge shipping fees. Green, under 2k(depending on shipping and how much training is on the horse). Between 14’3 and 15’3.

If you know of anyone selling their horse, or one that is in a rescue type situation than please let me know! :)

westpalmsevents:

Shots from the Huntington Beach Summer Classic.
Photo credit Bret St.Clair
westpalmsevents:

Shots from the Huntington Beach Summer Classic.
Photo credit Bret St.Clair
westpalmsevents:

Shots from the Huntington Beach Summer Classic.
Photo credit Bret St.Clair
westpalmsevents:

Shots from the Huntington Beach Summer Classic.
Photo credit Bret St.Clair
westpalmsevents:

Shots from the Huntington Beach Summer Classic.
Photo credit Bret St.Clair
westpalmsevents:

Shots from the Huntington Beach Summer Classic.
Photo credit Bret St.Clair
westpalmsevents:

Shots from the Huntington Beach Summer Classic.
Photo credit Bret St.Clair
westpalmsevents:

Shots from the Huntington Beach Summer Classic.
Photo credit Bret St.Clair
westpalmsevents:

Shots from the Huntington Beach Summer Classic.
Photo credit Bret St.Clair
westpalmsevents:

Shots from the Huntington Beach Summer Classic.
Photo credit Bret St.Clair

westpalmsevents:

Shots from the Huntington Beach Summer Classic.

Photo credit Bret St.Clair

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Q

Anonymous asked:

Are you going on the big Ben night?

A

bridles-and-boots:

I dont know depends when I go with gemma :)) 

I want to but things cost money 

Wait wait you’re going to the Royal?? I’m like 80% sure I’m going to be there!!