Who hasn’t have a grey…

By  |  Comments

… hasn’t have a good one ;). My favourite marking is definitely grey one. Pretty much everything matches it. From pinks, reds, yellows to blacks. Marking, so to say, perfect apart from the fact that all contamination are visible on it. That is especially cumbersome during winter, when it’s cold and options of cleaning the whole horse are restricted.

I believe that the effect of clean grey horse makes up for all the hardships with cleaning ūüėČ (or almost all as in our case).

_MG_8278

During this almost spring-like weather which appeared in Warsaw’s area, we decided on a little training session with this wonderful grey horse. We took him on a dressage ride with red Anky rug and navy blue Waldhausen wrappers. It would be perfect if we had all four, but it’s not all that bad ;). I promise, that next time we will have all four.

Andrzej (the horse) tried to pose beautifully throughout the whole session for which he got the promised carrots. His real name is Zador and he has a jumping career behind him. Maybe some of you know him from Cavaliada ;).

_MG_8028

Maurycy wears a vest and sweater from Kingsland, breeches from Pikeur, Samshield‘s gloves and helmet, and Veredus Guarnieri’s jack boots.

_MG_8181

As you’ve probably notices, Andrzej is a pretty high horse. He has over 180cm in withers.

12768212_1005744492837741_1478097796994247303_o

The dogs have also taken their chance to spend some time outside ;).
_MG_8280_MG_8050

Phot. Barbara Pietras