Sun, Oct 5 2014 07:12
The more I enter the horse world the more that I discover a series of very different communities within it. Having been introduced to miniature horses , and particulary American Mainiature Horses, the small horse world has become something of a fascination. This article below is fascinating and comes from a world few of us know. source http://www.persiadigest.com/journal/tpl/set_thejournal/article.tpl?IdLanguage=1&NrIssue=16&NrSection=2&NrArticle=440Iranian
Today I photographed my first hunt. Many thanks to all at The Cheshire Drag Hunt for allowing me to photograph the day and to Brian for letting me to tag along in the car.The full galleries can be seen at http://horseplayphotography.co.uk/Galleries/Events/Astley-Hunt-January-11th-2014/index.htmlA beer before perhaps?Hounds AwayPhotographers waitingLeading the wayYou shouldn't have parked thereFields
The collection of the Carneddau Ponies is a centuries old tradition carried out by generations of the families who farm the hills. The ponies are collected and checked before being sent back out to roam freely atop the magnificent mountains. The Welsh Mountain Ponies are a breed that go back to Celtic times and possibly further. This is a studied rare breed and needs rare breed status to help protect
A photo shoot is great fun in all weather conditions. Check out the photos below for how Filly and Cassius braved the torrential rain to create a stunning portfolio photographs.
I visited Laurel Farm Equestrian Centre today to have a look round. Great facilities and a fantastic atmosphere being generated down there. I went and had a quick chat with these three Connemara Ponies and after a bit of deliberation they agreed to pose for me.