My birthday is coming up soon so I decided to have a horse themed sleepover with my closest friends. It is horse themed of course! I had to find some fun crafts that were not for little kids. I found this Pinterest board with some cool crafts and also a blog. here are three cool crafts that I am thinking about doing:
Isn’t this cool? I have seen some of these but I had no idea how to make it.
I also found how to make horse magnets but I don’t have any pictures
Will have pictures of the finished products later!
The horse of this week is the Andalusian
Facts about Andalusian horses
These horses are from Spain and are frequently called pure spanish horses. They are famous for having very long and beautiful manes and tails. Andalusians can preform many different things like: show jumping, dressage, driving, and pleasure riding. They normally stand around 15h tall. The most common color of this horse is grey or dapple grey but you can also see bay and black. All solid colors and dilutes are allowed in the registry. They look similar to an Arabian but bigger. Andalusians are truly great and beautiful horses.
I am very sorry that I have not been on at all lately. I will hope to keep blogging.
Even though it is a fairly new breed of horse the Dutch Warmblood is already a popular competition horse. They are horses with a eager to please personality. Many people use them for dressage or show jumping but you can also do many more sports with them. An all around great horse!
Horse of the week: Quarter Horse
The Quarter horse is a muscular horse used all over the world. They are used especially on the ranch as working horses. Quarter horses have natural “cow sense”. They come in all different colors and have a great personality. Great for riding both English and Western style. They are good for showing, pleasure and driving.
Welcome to blogEquus! This is about horses. If you are bored and want to do something fun come here and I will have some horse crafts/ ideas. I will also have a horse of the week. That will have pictures and info about that specific breed. I will also review horse places that I have been to. Hope you have fun!!