Saturday, October 9, 2010

A True Multi Purpose Horse!

Magnum as a couch AND a boat.

Magnum as a snow drift. Ps. He's the one on the left.

Magnum as a bulldozer.

Is that what I think it is?

Nope! People be more aware of your backgrounds. Also, there is a lot of programs to alter or hide small (or big *giggle giggle*) things.

Incorrect use of a palate.

Palates are great for stacking things on to get it off the ground; hay for instance. They are not good as obstacles, or in this case as a hazard, when free lunging your horse. But if you do freelunge your horse with a palate dangerously in it's path, be sure to take a picture and post it on your sales ad.

Splish splash...

Cute to you. Not cute to people who have to scrub troughs. Do you want someone to buy your horse? Think people.

New Foal Harness!

I'm pretty sure that is not how the manufacturer of that halter meant it to be used. Maybe halter makers should start attaching safety instructions and warnings on their halters? I hope this foal is not turned out with that thing on.

Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Bikini Blunder - Oh Dear Lord!

Oh those cute, young, skinny hunter girls showing off their midriffs whilst taking their show horse for a cool summer swim at the local lake...this is not one of them! Nor is it near a lake. Pictures you choose for your sales ad should highlight your horse not detract or distract from it.

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Tisk, tisk...

A double no-no here. Grazing pictures do not make any horse look good and shouldn't be used for advertisement unless you want to prove that it eats grass. Secondly, you don't turn out your horse in standing wraps. And you don't go take a picture of it and think to yourself, boy this would be a great picture to use on!