8 comments on “Trust in Teamwork

  1. I’m moved by the sentiment of it.

    Unless you’re watching a horse jump with a rider, and see some of the mishaps, it’s hard to tell from pictures just how powerful a horse is, and how much work it takes for horse and rider to make it look so easy. πŸ™‚

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    • Let’s face it. You and I, at that that exact moment would be going, “We’re going to die!” (not Vickie of course. She’d let go of the reigns and yell, “look, no hands” ) For them it’s an effortless collaboration.

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      • We probably would die–or at least be in a world of pain. And if anything happened to our horse because we’re incompetent in a saddle, we’d never get over it.

        Personally, I just wouldn’t do that to a horse.

        Vickie and I are in the middle of a poetry war. I know–there’s no rhyme or reason to it. She’s an accomplished rider and her figure shows that horsing around keeps you slim, trim and active. πŸ™‚

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      • Yes I commented on your poetry war! πŸ˜‰
        You don’t have to be an accomplished rider to stay slim and trim. Just follow Vickie around a show will do that.

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  2. Reblogged this on Full Horse and commented:
    This is one of those great shots that shows athletic ability, concentration, teamwork, and the beauty that is being part of something greater than yourself.


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