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Friday, January 05, 2007

Leading a Horse


Why is this horse being led and not ridden?

Well I simply don't know, but we do often get riders up this suburban road.

You might notice some more of those painted marks on the pavement like the ones I showed you in November. I still haven't found out any more about them.

11 comments:

Kris said...

both of them must be tired..

Tony Morris said...

Hi, our southern softy horses have got their coats on now!

photowannabe said...

You can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink.
Nice country road for the horse to meander on.

Zsolt72 said...

maybe his butt is in pain after so long riding.:)

Septian said...

how come there is a horse there???

Gerald England said...

Thanks for visiting.

There is a long-distance riding trail not far away in one direction and a stables not far in another direction and I suppose this route along fairly quiet suburban roads was a short cut between the two.

Dsole said...

I would like to ride a horse someday!!
That's a curious pic!

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Gail's Man said...

I don't suppose Hyde is a one horse town?

Keropok Man said...

i suppose both of them are having a nice little chat. walking side by side easier to talk then riding on it :-)

So glad the postcards arrived. hopefully you will win a flight to Singapore from the Tourism Board hehe...

emily said...

I found your site by looking up information about my home village Gee Cross. Looking at your photos of the last days you ask about the foot prints on the pavement, the colours are the key to finding out what they are for, its for people walking to school for example yellow and blue are Holy Trinity school. Its still pointless and mess-ups the place.

Gerald England said...

hi emily, glad you found us. It seems they have similar markings in Italy too as posted recently on Novaro Daily Photo.

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