Monday, July 27, 2009

Isn't this gorgeous markings on a pony. It also had one white stocking on the right rear leg. The pony was busy eating so I will have to go back and get a better photo someday.
William is the horse that Grace rides most of the time. She and her husband bought the acreage from Gary Chapman, which we sold to him.

This is one of the three larger horses and his name is Mac sometimes referred to as Macaroni.

This is the arena for the jumps. They have build two arenas for future use with for a pony's club.

Looking at the back of the farm and the fence and rock walls which they have added.

Heading down from the barns.

Large pond near the entrance of the farm.
The Kitty Justice is to have neighbors who are taking care of the land and making wonderful improvements.


Bhavesh Chhatbar said...

It looks as if the pony has white patch contour!

Slow and Beautiful — Snail

Lady Di Tn said...

I thought the pony had a wonderful pattern on his coat. Peace

Jeanette said...

Hi Lady Di..
I was going to say I agree with you the Pony got a lovely patterned coat.. and nice tidy neighbours next door..

Small City Scenes said...

You do live in a wonderful and beautiful area.
Love the little paint pony. wonderful color.

I haven't been to Willow and Jims Cafe and mostly because it closes at 3:00 and I forget to go there earlier. Silvana is not on my way to anywhere. Just a pretty drive south of Stanwood. I don't even go to Stanwood too much. I live North and east of there. In my own little world I guess. MB

Mary said...

Lady Di,

Wonderful photos. I would love to see a full picture of that beautiful pony. I love horses.

I'm glad the neighbours are taking care of things and improving as they can. The place looks wonderful.


Lady Di Tn said...

You are right on both counts. Peace

I would love to get a photo of the paint out in on of those lovely green fields. Kind of nice living in ones on world since yours is a pretty and peaceful one. Peace

Maybe I will get a change to horse and ponies in action one day. Peace

Anonymous said...

Wow. I am impressed with the estate and horses.