Chestnut Horse Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free online jigsaw puzzle of a chestnut mare.The young horse is wearing a plaid halter.

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rahrah1820
Jun 14, 2017
I think he's pouting because he wanted the GREEN halter!
fiestyolelady
Apr 13, 2017
Yes. I do like this puzzle. love horse. I like the bright colors so I can see to put it together. Love all your comments.
pixipixil
Sep 12, 2015
If you wear a braided ponytail near a horse he's liable to chew on it.
Is the horse sticking out his lower lip or his tongue? Or does he have somethng in his mouth.
Wishing you a day of good horse sense.
Rozina1010
Sep 23, 2015
It looks like he is chomping and no that is not his tongue. There is no bit in his mouth either. Maybe he has dry mouth LOL
pixipixil
Sep 23, 2015
You must have horses, Rozina.
Rozina1010
Sep 24, 2015
I wished for a horse or pony as an adolescent but only went horse back riding then. I prefer riding on a western saddle you have a pommel to hang on to if your horse speeds up all of a sudden. Still have great memories about those days. NOW if I get near a horse it will be in a surrey with the fringe on top!!! LOL See what age can do to you?
pixipixil
Sep 24, 2015
I booked a few nights at a dude ranch about 8 years ago. It included horseback riding. They gave me a horse which was in constant need of control. I had not ever ridden a horse but I copied what I had seen others do. The first day out wasn't too bad but I had to keep reigning him in or he'd bite the rear of the horse in front. The second day the stirrups were too long and I had to stretch to reach. To make matters worse we had uneven terrain and a longer trail. While crossing a deep gulley my horse began to charge up the other side. His head was going back an forth so much I was afraid to lean forward so I was clamping my legs to his sides as hard as I could. By the time the ride was over I could hardly walk. I skipped the riding altogether the next day. Never tried it again. I still like horses, though.
Rozina1010
Oct 1, 2015
Yeah, having the wrong horse can do that to you. I was on a horse once in a group that started kicking the horse next to him. Lucky for me I did not get hurt. Made sure I got a different one next time. You need to check the places that rent them by the hour or trail, if they are abused they are risky to ride. The western saddle allows you to hang on. If you ride with an English you had better know how to ride. Enjoyed your story, Happy Snails to you! (tune is Dale and Roy Roger Happy Trails.)
pixipixil
Oct 1, 2015
I remember them singing in harmony. They had good voices.
carolsapple
Aug 10, 2016
Regarding your ride at the dude ranch. The girth and stirrups are always adjusted before you ride. Don't know if you told the staff that you've never ridden before. Most guides will help you with the stirrups on the trail if you notify them. I've ridden horses before where the horse constantly was bowing his head. We were at Yellowstone area. We had just had lunch and when we arrived the staff noticed that we were still drinking soda. They mentioned "Please make sure you put the empty bottle in the trash can and it's closed tightly. We've had problems with bears. lol oh great
pixipixil
Aug 10, 2016
They had adjusted them for me the day before and since I was the only one riding this horse I assumed they had them the same...but they didn't.
chrisjg
Dec 24, 2015
Lrt me have one a day love them thank you
JamieT
Sep 13, 2015
Lovely horse. When I first moved to the Kansas City area, I lived fairly far east and had to walk about a mile to catch a bus to downtown, I would often pass this house with a huge yard, but it was on the other side of the road. Suddenly, one morning, this horse would start appearing by the fence every morning. After several days of this, I started occasionally take a carrot with me - if the horse was there, she got it, if not, I had something extra for lunch. I'm not sure if the I trained the horse to wait for me each morning or if the horse trained me to occasionally bring her a carrot.

A hundred plus years ago, horses used to be all over the place, working, pulling carts, plows, wagons, etc. Horses were so common that in New York City around 1900, the sanitation people were collecting tons of evidence that horses had been on the street. One of the main reasons for New York having a Sanitation Department in the first place, was, besides the manure, people would work some horses until they died in the streets. For most people living in New York City at that time lived in horrible conditions, most of the European immigrants came through Ellis Island and went either to Hell's Kitchen or the Five Points area - two of the most crowded areas in the world and the most crime ridden.

Although I haven't been to it, the Tenement Museum has a great website at www.tenement.org - there are some interactive things you can do online to get an idea how many of our ancestors lived when they first came to the United States.
retirenow14
Sep 15, 2015
Thanks for the info about immigrant life in days of yore. I will certainly access that site. About a quarter of the books I read are historical novels of immigrant life in the US before 1850.
jiggler
Sep 15, 2015
Such a noble animal! I love horses but I fall off them. A lot.
KwkClkrSwkr68
Sep 14, 2015
Beautiful horse
jajac
Sep 12, 2015
Lovely face and looking so intelligent!
i love looking at horses but am bit of scared of them
good week-end to every one
trynfindit
Sep 13, 2015
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