First take a pretty palomino.
Whose ears normally look like this:
Add one shelter that your two toddlers are intent on destroying:
Add no-chew paint:
Since he doesn’t even like having his ears touched, washing them isn’t going to happen. I need to try to take some nail polish remover out and see if that’ll even work and if he’ll let me wipe them off without trying to kill me. In the meantime, I’m calling him a buckskin and comforting myself with the fact that many people pay lots of money for buckskins.
It’s that or cry.
oh my Levi! I’m not sure if this would work for you or not but Royce gets horses used to having their ears touched with a dressage whip or lunge whip handle. That was he can stay back enough if they fling their head around. He keeps doing it until they stop. He also starts it when they are already tired after a work out.
I can touch his ears at this point. I worked hard on that. When I first got him he’d try to lunge and bite if you touched his ears. Now I can handle them for bridling and other minor touching. But brushing them is still a huge deal and I don’t think washing will go over at all.
Silly boys. Looks like they are enjoying the extra room.
I think Eugene is enjoying it and Levi is exhausted.
awwwww what a goof!
He is a total goofball.
Ohhhhhh Levi… haha
He’s lucky he’s cute.
I’ll have to try this at home hahaha
Definitely. It is a step-by-step guide.
Haha! He’s all little boy that one! He really is looking great though, even if he’s changing colors 😉
He’s basically a toddler in a horse suit
BWHAHAHA!!! Oh Levi. Buckskins are all the rage, you are simply trying out a new color scheme!
I’m on the forefront of fashion.
They sort of look like butterfly wings 😉
I’ll try to tell myself that.
Omg, Levi! LOL
He’s a problem.