Monthly Archives: July 2014

Iron work and museĆ© de Cluny

The iron work is for my farrier Steve, who does a bit of blacksmithing. These were old railings. The building dates from medieval times. The spurs… If I survived the bucking that using those would inspire, I’m sure there would … Continue reading

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Horses at Versailles

Saturday it was the horses at Versailles. Nice show put on by the Academy of Equestrian Sciences, LA VOIE DE L’ECUYER, OPUS 2014. A warm up ring in the parking lot outside the palace. The palace is ridiculous, all I … Continue reading

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Horses in the Louvre

The horses all look pretty stressed in the paintings, so much for that dressage being for the war horse. no relaxation there! And it is no wonder, check out this bit… I think that giant loop is for tongue pressure … Continue reading

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Horses in the Louvre

The horses all look pretty stressed in the paintings, so much for that dressage being for the war horse. no relaxation there! And it is no wonder, check out this bit… I think that giant loop is for tongue pressure … Continue reading

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