16 X 20 Oil on Stretched Canvas
SOLDYoung horses should never be raised as an "only child". Social skills are learned through interaction with each other, and a horse that is raised without this opportunity usually ends up a spoiled brat. And just like human children, horses with the same parents can be totally different.
My wonderful old mare, Miss Jack, had three babies for me - all by the same stallion. And each one of them was totally different in color, body shape and personality. Just like my kids. Viva la difference, I love them all!
(Thanks to Janet Blackledge Williamsen for use of her terrific photo reference!)
For there is no difference between the Jew and the Greek: for the same Lord over all is rich unto all that call upon him.
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