Alas, these are not my horses - and they are now moved south with their people...
Rather, we were looking at a house in one of our nearby communities. (The house was a near miss for us.) These horses came right up to us, wanting attention - not at all worried about the intruders in their paddock. Being a sucker for horses, I was delighted to give them some!
The one in the middle is a Norwegian Fjord horse. To the left is some sort of Clydesdale cross and the one to the right might be a Belgian cross. The one below is a Gypsy Vanner.
This paint was very friendly as well.
After this, my girls were begging for horses once we get our land - so we did some research to find out just how much they would cost to keep... the answer (from a good friend that raised hers much like how I would raise them) was about $500/month EACH! (In other areas with more moisture/grass, it might be less.) And that's without any special treatment! So, now the girls know how much they'd have to want them. We can love other people's horses instead!
Photos taken in June 2020 with my Nikon D7200.
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