I took Lilly to the Scurry northwest of Prescott and
had a terrific time. The setting and facilities
were great. Some didn't come perhaps because of the
wind but I put a baggy shirt on I had and forgot all
about it. Everyone was super friendly and kind.
Lilly made me look like I really knew what I was
doing and did the 360 turn in a small holahoop
perfectly. I had never done it before. She is
This was our first time away from my place and she
I think enjoyed seeing and meeting more of her own
kind. She also had plenty of energy from all the
grain and made the best time on the trail. Whoopee!
We sold Lily confirmed in foal to Beamer and sure
enough, a beautiful filly was born! Can't wait to see
These 2 photos were taken
AFTER she has had 4 foals! March 2012. Amazing how
she gets back her figure!
Lily is a blue-eyed medicine hat
buckskin pinto. We started
driving our minis in 2007 and Lily was one of the first that
learned. These older videos are fun to watch, for we didn't
try and collect our horses when we first started, but just
drove them. As you teach a mini collection, their movement
is enhanced and as you can see by the picture above, Lily
has learned how to carry herself in a cart.
Watch her at 6 months pulling a cart.
She flies. This is a long movie, but shows how she is coming along. Thank
you Randy Thompson Ministries for the music.
The below driving photos were taken April
2012, and I also added some pictures of other fun things we
have done with Lily! You can also watch most of our
parades, and see Lily driving in them.
here to see her in the Fiesta Bowl Parade.
here to see her at Gold Rush Days Parade.
Here she is in a Memorial Day parade.
leads the way in this big Christmas Light Parade! And,
this is just a small sampling of some of our parades. She
even allowed a small rider to
her over jumps a few years back!
Lily is not only wonderful
to drive, but has produced some nice babies!