A Rocker Chick and One Lucky Horse.
Today, the times are scary amidst Covid, however at my farm it's business as usual. With one exception, we are not traveling near and far to get great shots of people and horses. So I invited a young lady named Morgan, who loves horses, to join us at the farm for a photo shoot. Using our quarter horse "Hammy" as her mount, Morgan and I didn't have much of a plan but to be creative and have fun. Hammy was a gift to my husband on Valentines Day, two years ago. That year, we celebrated the weekend in Chicago and saw the popular play, Hamilton. That's how Hammy got his name. This scrappy gelding was a site to behold. Very skinny and full of parasites, Hammy came to us as a crap shoot. We knew very little about his past, except that he was in Louisiana awaiting a ride to Mexico to be slaughtered for meat, when he was snagged up by a rescue organization and hauled back to Virginia Beach. My big heartedness got the best of me and I decided to gamble on him.
Morgan is a new friend that loves horses. She has a fun personality and is easy to get to know. She's presently a damn good singer in a rock band, called Candi based in Virginia Beach. She has lived in NY city while she studied acting, and also Arizona to be a trail boss on an Indian reservation. She loves to model and has a great energy about her. I pointed Morgan to a nearby field and said Morgan, lets start there. The rest was up to her and Ham. They rocked it!
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