The one where I was like, "I can't even with this person and her WORDS anymore."?
And then you all scampered off to my facebook to get your stalking on?
I feel like it's time to share further. I was going to write a post today about Opie's dissolving right lead canter and how I'm tackling that issue (methodically and with cookies), but instead I feel the need to open a discussion.
|getting to be a pro about standing still for pictures|
I posted the above picture with a silly lament about how I'm bummed about how light Opie already is. I keep a close eye on you bloggers with grey horses. Every black point I can still see brings me some relief that he's not going to turn to white in two weeks, but honestly, he already looks white to me.
This was not meant to open a discussion about...well, anything. It did make me hate KC and Lauren a little bit for not being good friends and jumping in to tell me not to worry--GREY HORSES DO NOT FADE EVAR. #plzlietome
So I could. not. even. when I got this comment:
You guys, can we please discuss this? Have you ever actually found there to be a color bias against grey horses at dressage shows--or any shows? Am I that sheltered over the grey horse culture?
OR ARE YOUR BRAINS AS BLOWN AS MINE ABOUT THIS DARK SIDE OF THE HORSE WORLD?!