Monday, August 15, 2016

Ranch Horses


6 comments:

Kate said...

Love your Southwestern theme photos. Looks like a happy, contented crowd or is it a herd?

Kate said...

I just HAD to find the answer. Here it is: FULL ANSWER
Countless terms are used to refer to a group of horses, and many simply call them a "group." "Team" was especially popular when horses were used together to pull items, and the term maintains its popularity today. Calling a group of horses a "harras" is uncommon, but it is still heard on ranches throughout the English-speaking world. Less commonly, a group of horses owned by a single person may be called a "stud.

Sharon Anck said...

One of them is curious as to what you are up to.

Lowell said...

They look quite different than the horses in Ocala in that their coats seem more dense and they're not as lean as our racing types. But I love all kinds of horses. Did that palomino come up close to you?

Catalyst said...

Nice picture, Judy.

William Kendall said...

Yes, that one horse has noticed you.