June 14, 2012

Ike and Duke the {big fat} Horses

The blacksmith came yesterday to shoe the beasts and dig out Duke's abscess/boo boo.
It cost alot of money.
The vet came today to vaccinate the beasts and to look at Duke's abscess/boo boo.
It also cost alot of money.
The vet said they are fat and need to eat less.
My husband is offended and devastated.
But Duke has had a boo boo so has not been worked much.
Duke likes to eat grass.
Duke rarely lifts his head from the pasture because he is eating.
No wonder he is a fattie.

Ike and Duke like to be showered.
They would stand at the fence all day and just let you spray-soap-brush-repeat.
Why, you ask?
Because they do this.


Buttons said...

Awesome shots I love them. Yes vets are very expensive I hope everything works out. B

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Horse is sooooo beautiful ~ Awesome photography ~ thanks, ^_^ (A Creative Harbor)

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Beautiful fatties! (Mine are fat too ;-))

Andee said...

Wow what beautiful horses!

Jill said...

Oh my gosh! These are gorgoeus horses. I just love the sheen of them!

Sonya @ Under the Desert Sky said...

Your big guys are handsome! (Even if they are a bit too hefty (even) for draft horses.) I love Percherons!

Cynthia Schelzig said...

Now that is what I call a HORSE...omg is he GORGEOUS or WHAT!!! I don´t think he looks fat at ALL...just a ton of beauty....I can´t stop looking at him:)

Anne Kimball said...

Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful. And they don't look fat to me.

I have a Percheron/Welsh and I just love her. So kind and biddable.

I'm here today from the blog hop, bte. Nice to meet you!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful animals. And so sparkly clean!

katlupe said...

Excellent post! Gorgeous horse! Looked like fun showering him off!

Pat said...

I love those big draft horses. Ike and Duke are beautiful!

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Nancy Claeys said...

I watched a show on RFD TV the other night about Percherons. They are amazing horses and I love your photos.

Thank you for sharing at Rural Thursdays this week. xoxo

Heatherlyn said...

Their coats are gorgeous when they are shiny like that! It's kind of funny you have fat horses. I'd say it is a nice problem to have. :)

Jenners said...

My goodness … they are impressive animals!