*Sproing* *Bounce* *Gallop*

Ag.  The lungs might be gurgling.  The work might be sucking.  The world might be going down the pisser.


But there are two new bouncy fillies in the world, and they make me laugh out loud. 


My dad and step-mum breed Welsh Ponies.  Both of these baby beauties are only a week old and are the first of the season.  The one in the foreground is quiet and a bit shy and is still a bit nervous to be out in the world…. but the one at the back is a little fire cracker.  She’s the daughter of that fat creamy saucepot, my most bestest pony Twinkle, who appears to be placidly munching grass right there.  Twinkle’s tiny babe is inquisitive and cheeky and pert and loves nothing better than galloping full speed around her paddock, snorting and kicking her teeny hooves in the air and whinnying in her squeaky little horse voice.  And she has so many whiskers, she looks like she’s got a little beard, poor darling. 


I think we’re going to be friends.




Welcome to the world, gorgeous girls.


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13 thoughts on “*Sproing* *Bounce* *Gallop*

  1. Parenthesis says:

    Oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooh sweet.

  2. I love this picture!!! How FRICKIN adorable are those babies?!? Awwwwww….thanks for sharing! Hope you feel better soon! 🙂

  3. Jenty says:

    Aww nunu, they’re so cute!!

  4. Seraphine says:

    your “girls” are beautiful! i love the
    white patch on the quiet one’s face.
    is that the color they’ll be when they grow,
    or will they change colors in a few months?

  5. 302 says:

    all very la dolce vita…and suddenly breeding is cool!

  6. nursemyra says:

    oooh pert ponies! too adorable….

  7. At first I thought you were talking about what’s encased in your new bras. But I like horsies even better. Can they come play in my yard?

  8. Dolce says:

    @ Ms P > Not so sweet when they bite you to see what you taste like.

    @ Olga > thank you…feeling MUCH better today. And they are seriously adorable, aren’t they. Naughty little pickles.

    @ Jents > Nunu…love that word. But ja. I can’t help getting all squishy about them. It’s a deeply nauseating trait!

    @ Seraphine > they do sometimes change colour…in fact, we spent a good 10 minutes watching them bounce around trying to guess what colour they’d end up. The creamy one will probably stay creamy, but the quiet one might go roan or bay…she’s a pretty little thing. Beautiful dish face and looooong eyelashes.

    @ 302 > Breeding. Yeah. Not the breeding of evil bacteria in my bronchioli, but baby horses are pretty cool. We’re expecting another 6. Gonna be fun. Horsie daycare.

    @ Nurse M > You should see the mothers…terrible tarts! They literally wink their vaginas open and shut in front of our stallion when they’re on heat. Flick their tales and back themselves right under his nose. He goes WILD. No wonder they’re all so successfully knocked up!

    @ Silver > Ahahahahaha. My puppies are as pert as these ponies, sadly. And sure…they’re so tiny, I could probably pop them in the back seat of the car…I know this because I was faintly tempted to take them home and keep them in my yard!

  9. nursemyra says:

    wow! I wish I could make my vagina wink…..

  10. daisyfae says:

    😉 Ummm…. just practicing.

    love the pony-pups. makes me wanna frolic in a meadow. and then have a good lie down…

  11. Tyger Katt says:

    All together now: Awwwww! There is nothing as cute as a baby animal!

  12. vapour says:

    Can Welsh ponies sing? Or do they just neigh together, sort of har mo neighs. I like horsies.

  13. Dolce says:

    @ Nurse M > it’s a sight to see! Naughty mares.

    @ Dais > And a nice scritch behind the ears. And…WAHAHAHAHAHAHAA. Just practising. Hahah. ha.

    @ Kattya > And then they bite you, in case you taste nice, and they’re suddenly not so cute at all!

    @ Vaps > Only the male ones. But, contrary to popular belief, low chariots don’t actually swing so well.

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