Sunday, July 21, 2013

Equine Intrusion


Some horses just don't know their place!

21 comments:

Gregory Urbano said...

maybe they just did not want to pull the lawn mower out!

Birdman said...

Don't fence me in.

JM said...

LOL! I would love to see the house owners' faces when they found the horses there.

Small City Scenes said...

Oh no! I hope they don't get in the garbage. Is this the usual place for Florida horse? I guess you are right-they don't know their place. I'm tellin'. MB

Taken For Granted said...

Horses just like to explore their environment. Might be something good to eat? But they are safe behind the closed gate.

LOLfromPasa said...

I love this! Makes quite a change from seeing dogs in a yard. Dogs would probably be heading towards the gate to have a look at you. Horses just carry on grazing, I guess :).

Off to watch The Open now...exciting stuff!

Judy said...

My favorite kind of intrusion!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

A childhood friend of mine had a horse and they let him graze in their yard e en though it was not fenced. They put a hobble on his front legs so he would not be able to run, and he was content to stay in the yard.

Sharon said...

As long as they don't start rummaging through the garbage they should be okay.

hamilton said...

JThey are just looking for a scrapped apple or two.

RedPat said...

They probably don't need a lawn mower there if the horses are free to wander.

Jack said...

Maybe they are going to put some junk into the trash cans.

Kay said...

They're working their way up the pecking order. Next stop: lap horses. Cuddle up and watch tv.

(Looks like the gate could use some maintenance. Perhaps the paddocks need it, too.)

Randy said...

Maybe she was registering a complaint with the owner.

magiceye said...

Behaving like scavengers!

Hilda said...

LOL! Despite the difference in size, they remind me of the street cats in our neighborhood rooting around garbage bags during collection days.

Halcyon said...

Ooops!

llandudnopictures said...

They do look like a couple of very hungry horses, imagine finding those in your garden!

Bibi said...

I know bears are known to forage in trash cans, and raccoons, too, but I've never seen horses do so!

EG CameraGirl said...

Maybe that is the horse's place. Could be a very spoiled horse.

Cezar and Léia said...

Maybe it thinks it is a dog!!!
God bless you!
Cezar

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