xxkarenxx Registered User
#46

Ha Ha thats ok!! She does pick up but sometimes gets her into trouble-she seems to have taken the flamboyant approach to life!!

napoles Registered User
#47


Better than a half hearted approach!! She's really lovely.

xxkarenxx Registered User
#48

Yeah I suppose it is! Big turn around for her cos when she started out she was not impressed with x country at all. Went schooling and took 20 mins to get her on a bank and then another 40 to get her off it!! And as for water.........

napoles Registered User
#49

xxkarenxx said:
Yeah I suppose it is! Big turn around for her cos when she started out she was not impressed with x country at all. Went schooling and took 20 mins to get her on a bank and then another 40 to get her off it!! And as for water.........


Wow, you must have really won your girl over!!!
I think you get that cautiousness with mares though. Geldings generally seem that bit more cocky. Mind you, when a mare trusts you, I think they'll try their heart out for you!

xxkarenxx Registered User
#50

napoles said:
Wow, you must have really won your girl over!!!
I think you get that cautiousness with mares though. Geldings generally seem that bit more cocky. Mind you, when a mare trusts you, I think they'll try their heart out for you!


Well it's certainly true for this mare she had a big turn around she's unstoppable cross country-now its her dressage thats the problem!!!

xxkarenxx Registered User
#51

same pictures again, I seem to have deleted them from the other post. ooops!!

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Borderfox Moderator
#52

Lovely shots Karen, good stretch over the oxer

xxkarenxx Registered User
#53

Cheers Borderfox, my sister took them.

xxkarenxx Registered User
#54

And here is Diarmuid a.k.a. 'the bold one'





Borderfox Moderator
#55

Thats really nice Karen, he doesnt look bold

xxkarenxx Registered User
#56

Ah thats what he wants you to believe!!

katiemac Registered User
#57

Hi Borderfox,

Fantastic photos.
What camera do you use and how much would it cost to get started?

Borderfox Moderator
#58

I use a Canon 1dmk3 and a Canon 5d with a variety of lenses from 17mm to 300mm. You can use any camera to get nice shots of Horses, I started with a 5 mega pixel one from Argos (below) You can really spend a lot to get started but if you get a cheapish camera and try it out and see if you like it

Borderfox Moderator
#59

Kill Equestian Centre




Dromeskin 1 Day Event




I just cant resist putting one of my boy in too

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Borderfox Moderator
#60

Fairyhouse today





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