Thursday, December 11, 2008

And Mud of Many Acres

This is for Lisa regarding her muck boots post.

Mud Boots or Muddy Horse?

























And Mud of Many Acres - song: Come and Buy my Toys, artist: David Bowie, album: Deram Songs

6 comments:

Cara said...

What A mess! It must have felt sublime. Do you have to groom that out often?

Janow is white, but he only likes to roll in dry sand. If it is soupy, there is no way he would roll in it!

Sometimes, however, if it has been cold and then the sun comes out, he will recline on moist ground.

Nuzzling Muzzles said...

Oh, my daughter would be envious of those boots. She loves green and she loves polkadots.

Fantastyk Voyager said...

I thnk my horses are pigs underneath their horse coats. They love rolling in mud-the wetter the better. Annie gets clay beads in her mane and tail.

Fantastyk Voyager said...

NM- I've worn them out. There are cracks on the sides. I'm seriously going to have to invest in new boots so I don't get wet feet in the mud and snow. But yes, I love the color combination and the polka dots too!

Melanie said...

Why is it that gray horses are the biggest slobs??? LOL!!! Your mud doesn't look nearly as awful as our mud over here does, but your horses look just as dirty...teeheehee!!

My old horse was always spotless (he wouldn't even pee in his stall at night!), so I have a really hard time getting used to Bo and his slovenly ways. :)

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Now ehenever I see muddy horses, I am reminded of the words of C-ing Spots: "Horses dipped in chocolate"

If that were so, I could lick my horses instead of currying them! lol!
Annie looks so happy when she's all muddy. That pretty gal of yours loves her mud :)

And I think you boots are so fun! Will you be searching for some new ones as colorful as those? If you had big feet like mine, I'd let you borrow a pair of my snazzy muck boots until you got some new ones.
There is something just so fun about barn chores done while wearing colorful fun muck boots, isn't there?

~Lisa