Thursday, April 23, 2009

The new arival







I left home yesterday for a visit to the horse dentist with one horse on a float and came home with 2, well one and a quarter..lol My gorgeous old friend of 24 years Rebel passed away in December not long after his 34th birthday. I miss him dearly and so did my other horse " Rocca", I felt awful seeing him all by himself with no horse to talk to.


Well it must have been karma as this little miniature pony was offered to me, supposedly a bit of a grump with a few bad habits but hey, we can all be like that cant we. On our way home we stopped for a quick visit and I was talked into loading him onto the float as well ( although he would have fit in the back seat..lol).
Ive called him "Salem" as hes a bit of a devil and does have a few cheeky ways but otherwise hes real sweety. A bit of time spent on him and he will be fine, hes only 3 years old so Im thinking about breaking him in.
Rocca seems very happy with his new companion and the size difference doesn't seem to be a problem, its quite funny to watch them together though. When I call them up for dinner my big boy thunders up and then miles behind with his teeny tiny little legs going as fast as they can go is little Salem, hilarious!..

15 comments:

The Pink Poodle said...

How cute does "salem" look??

Hope he makes you very happy..just like rebel must have..

take care..

xx andrea

Spotty Dotties and Psycho Cats said...

cherrie he is gorgeous and i bet he has found a great home and a little love and so maybe the grumpy days will be few lol
they make sweet friends lol
Hugs
Jules

Spotty Dotties and Psycho Cats said...

ooh just realised i was signed into the new blog i helped my sister make today lol
hugs
The real Jules

blushing rose said...

Congratulations on your new arrival. I am sure you & 'newby' will have many happy joyful years together. How sweet you found him.

TTFN ~ Marydon

Anna Rosa Designs said...

Hi Cherrie,
Oh my goodness. How cute is Salem!
What do you mean, you are going to break him in? Don't they have special trained people for that?

Who will do all my special embroidery bits if you fall off him? lol

You should be careful about going out with one thing and bring home two, your hubby may bring home two boats next time.chuckle.
Hugs, Anna

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TTFN ~ Marydon

shabbyrose said...

He sounds adorable!
~Stacey

clare's craftroom said...

Salem is very lucky to have gone home with you . Love your scrappy quilt below .

Gail McCormack said...

A big welcome to Salem - isn't that great you found him and lucky for him too I think

Cherrie I don't have anymore signs at the moment, but hope to get some next week - glad you liked it

Siobhan said...

I love horses! I used to own 2 myself in my younger years.
Welcome Salem!

Forever Vintage said...

your horses are just beautiful! Just found your blog off to read more now!

The Raggedy Girl said...

What a sweet little horse. I love how his legs are short. It makes him look so cute. And don't we all have grumpy days.

The Raggedy Girl

Gail McCormack said...

I've just listed one of those beachy signs on my website, sorry I couldn't quickly find an email address for you, so am doing it this way
http://www.gailmccormack.com/catalog.php?category=17

xo

Siobhan said...

Happy Mothers Day!

fernvalley01 said...

Rocca is gorgeous! And I like Salem too what a cutie