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Theresa Bradac Brewer, of Bradac Quarter Horses, Marmarth, ND, sent in this photo of a mother and foal.

 

 

 

Donna Jean Bornt, Pisgah, AL, sent this photo of her riding lawn mower (with husband aboard). She said that in addition to gray, it also is available in dun. 

 

 

These two American Bashkir Curlies, owned by Creekside Curlies, Juliaetta, ID, were "talking it over" one day and got their photo taken.

 

 

 

 

Destry, an Arabian owned by Kathy Klaehn, Palisades, ID, has learned that if she stands in her feeder, Kathy will worry about her hurting herself and bring her something to eat.

 

 

 

Maria Pearson, who trains Pans Sugar Baby (owned by RJ Quarter Horses of Florence, MT), says cat "Silly Billy" and the stud are inseparable. She snapped this photo, bows and all, for a Christmas card.

 

 

Two young mules, Sundowner and Bunny, check out where the shade is on a hot summer day at Jehnet Carlson’s DJ Bar Ranch, Belgrade, MT.

 

 

 

Nicholas Dinnel, St. Ignatius, MT, reclining on Ima Wholelotta Dash, and being kissed by Major Glass. Mom Teri Dinnell took the photo last November when Nicholas decided to join the napping weanlings in the corral.

 

Sherilee Lund, Hall, MT, sent in this photo of Drew, the cat, and Chica, the horse, snapped by her daughter last spring.

 

 

Terri Dehart, Helena, MT, sent in this cute pic of her Quarter Horses (L to R), mare Bugs, 22, and her sons, Legacy, 3, and Ebony, 6, all with their tongues out.

 

 

 

Ray Woodside, Potomac, MT, took this photo of his mule, Annie, after a long day packing in the Bob Marshall Wilderness.

 

Colleen Long captured El Viento del Rio, Paso Fino, and My Rafiq, Arabian, enjoying a winter afternoon with their stall ball.

 

 

Gary Becker, Powell, WY, and Panama Red share a peanut butter sandwich. Gary says he now packs horse cookies for Red’s lunch so he doesn’t need to share.

 

 

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