`october sky ``DOMINIC Apr 11, 2009 17:16:47 GMT -6
Post by p.ressure on Apr 11, 2009 17:16:47 GMT -6
october swank & once upon a time
[/size][/font]Logan! The youth yelled at the stallion as he threw her off for the 5th time that day and ran around the ring, throwing bucks in every direction like the little monster he tended to be at times. She growled to herself as she sat in the dirt of the ring that she was locked in with her horse. She slowly stood up, brushing her bottom side off, watching her horse parade himself around with his back end in the air like a fool. Sometimes she wondered how there were days when he was such a sweet heart and she could trust him with an infant and then there were days like this. She wondered how he could have such a change of personalities. She knew that horses had their good days and there bad, but Logan's were a very large change.
She coughed twice, covering her mouth and shook her head, watching Logan as he eased on the bucking and simply extended his trot around the ring, snorting and whinnying to whom ever cared enough to listen. Alright, that's enough now. The stallion stopped at the end of the ring, lowering his head and nibbling at the grass that had snuck it's way into the corner of the fence. October took a deep breath, approaching Logan. She was about 3 strides away when Logan lowered himself on his haunches and took off, throwing his hind end in the air some more. She growled in frustration. Ugh! Logan! Most people who didn't know October and were seeing her just now would think she was an impatient pig, but no, October had plenty of patience.. For the horses that needed it. Logan didn't. Logan was just being a jerk and doing this because he thought it would get him out of work. He hated dressage. The only part he liked about his job was galloping around like an idiot and jumping, and that was it. Dressage.. not so much. Honestly, if she sold him to someone who wanted to persue show jumping as a career, they'd love Logan to pieces, and vise versa.
She stood at the rings edge, watching her horse galloping around like the fool he was, throwing his back end and crow hopping, waiting for his little episode to be over with. She wasn't giving up, oh no. As soon as she couldc get ahold of him she'd be right back in that saddle, forcing him to do side steps and pass overs like she knew he could, and she'd make him do it right. Logan may have been stubborn, but so was October.