A Bennett buggy was a form of transportation invented during the Great Depression, when many could not afford gasoline and instead converted their cars to be pulled by horses or oxen.
Just bringing back the fact that my pony is the size of a car.
Winters! 18.2hh Hanoverian beastie at the barn where I take lessons.
Teeny tiny Arab mare, January ‘13.
70 Patrick Street, Cork, Ireland, ca. 1863-1870
Bareback halter rides in the snow.
I’d apologise for all the photos of her, but really, I’d be lying.
She is, however, interested in my peppermints.
Wyn is unamused by my Christmas spirit.