30.May.2011 New Neighborhood

We had a pretty eventful weekend. Between the dentist and moving, I think my girl and I are ready for… Next weekend! One without stress. For now, it’s time for us to rest.


While it is hard to leave all of my friends at my old ranch, I now am closer to my Grandma and my “uncle” Salem –¬†additionally, I’ll be closer to my girl’s work and home, so she’ll be over to fawn over me as much as I expect her to. My new stall is not an in/out one like my old one, but it’s very large and as you can see my girl has me set up with lots of bedding and all of my decorations.

We have lots of nice views here… Of course none of them are as beautiful as THIS view.

So far my uncle Salem is staying out of my hair for the most part. I took him on a power walk yesterday, and today he took me down to the canyon for a ride. It was okay, but the trail he likes really needs some work — there were parts that were not thoroughbred sized.

Salem is actually a good turn-out partner. He didn’t share his sweet feed with me, though!

I’ll leave you, for now, with my beauty pageant smile. This is what expert dental care and¬†magnificent¬†breeding gets you.







There are 3 Comments to "New Neighborhood"

  • Valentino says:

    Your beauty pageant smile is stunning Eagle – brightened up my day for sure :) Congrats to your girl for catching that snap!! Glad you’re happy with the new living arrangements.

  • Lorie says:

    I’m glad you are finally here. You were a celebrity before you even arrived. Everyone kept asking me when you were coming. Now everyone cannot stop talking about how shiny and beautiful you are (as usual).

    Salem and I have been having fun riding with you. Salem especially likes that you stay behind him. You know how he loves to be the boss. And I’m sure it makes sense from your point of view because why let a dog, mountain lion, or other trail monster eat a beautiful Thoroughbred when then can eat the bossy Quarter Horse in front of you. Anyway I’m glad your respective systems make for good trail rides for all of us.

    We are all happy to have you. I don’t know why we didn’t implore you to move to our ranch a long time ago.