“This is Teddy – he’s a Quarter Horse who lives at Gelinas Farm in Pembroke, NH. He’s most definitely saying….’Kiss me, I’m a Red-Headed Irishman!‘” He’s a love bug – very snuggly.” Nancy K., Pembroke, NH.
Ok, so you’re a tiny Shetland Pony named Pedro. You arrive at the Ebony Horse Club in Brixton, London U.K. So far, so good….whoops, wait. Not good. Problem: You can’t see over the stall door! (Left photo.)
Solution: you get a Pedroscope! (Right photo and below.)
Vajda B. found the OMGPonies!1!1 at Horse Nation.com, and “Snorses” is his, too.
“I thought you might like to see my new horse, Bernie. He just came up to Illinois from Kentucky, so I don’t think he has much experience with heavy snow. Anyhoo, he seemed to enjoy the sunshine, as evidenced in this wink/smile! I got him through this wonderful charity organization: CANTERUSA.org.” -Dawn B.
Raymond J. sent us this info! “Meet Hazelnut! She was born Wednesday to mother Sacajawea and is the 17th member of the current Ocracoke Pony herd at Cape Hatteras National Seashore. (North Carolina.) Get more park information regarding the Ocracoke Ponies and how you can participate in the ‘Adopt-A-Pony’ program here.”
[*Note: ADOPT..A..PONY? -Ed.]
Or this is…Interspecies Snorgling? Either way—OMG Ponies!!1!!1!
There’s some type of football game coming up Sunday. And they always make a big deal about the commercials.
Like THIS one.
[Just one quick little one, K? It won’t hurt and then our video will go viral and get licensed and our hoomins will make a million dollars and even get on sites like Cute Overload that find it on Mashable!!]
(*Bonus Bing Video Translaysh: “Dwarf goat that amuses a horse: Bibi is my small goat neutered who lives in freedom in my riding…it makes me laugh, always full of energy and nonsense! Other videos will follow because it is in the learning of the Yes/No; to mount on my quad to go treat the ponies…I refer you to my site the ‘ crinsd’or ‘ via facebook to discover or he lives…in soon!”)
Earlier today, we saw BFFs Morris and Champy hanging out. Now we get a sequel of sorts! “This is Moo Pony and his new cat friend,” from Submitter Kerry D.
Vajda B. found this on The Panda.
According to Jennifer B., the author of the story, Champy has been hanging out with (and on the back of) Morris for two years now.
Quoting the article, she says “Morris will go riding for hours and sit on Champy’s back when he’s grazing and walking about, he loves to ride him when I’m trying to do training. They certainly walk about a lot together.”