A friend of mine, after retiring her young OTTB gelding unexpectedly, got herself the most adorable young Connemara X TB gelding. When we first met we bonded over German Shepherds and Connemara crosses, and so I always felt like she was living the dream with her acquisition of Flynn.
Well recently, in a strange turn of events, her OTTB has just as unexpectedly come out of retirement. So baby Flynn needs a new job and a new home, and thus we scheduled a conformation photoshoot with a few fun pics of the pair of them in the mix.
If you are interested, or know someone who might be interested in what is an incredible eventing or hunter prospect, check out Flynn’s video and leave a comment. I’ll hook you up with how to get more information.
Oh. My Gosh. He is so cute! I love him! I bet he’s very athletic too. Props for wonderfully done, professional-looking sale photos too.
Oh my goodness athletic! You should see him jump!
And thank you!
That TAIL :O Flynn is super adorable. Love me a good Connemara TB cross.
I have never seen a tail like his- it’s really something to behold!
OMG. he is precious! That is basically exactly what I want for my next event horse/pony… how tall? CANNOT AFFORD A SECOND HORSE BUT OMG HE IS SO CUTE!!
He’s 15h even right now, but at 3 years old he’s bound to grow just a little more 🙂
Great photos! He’s a handsome boy! (And I’m excited any time an OTTB is able to come back into work!)
It’s a real comeback story, let me tell you!
I saw his pics on facebook yesterday, he is sooooooo cute! I wish I had room for 2 horses!
But compared to your guy he’s pocket sized! Easy to make room for 🙂
graaaabbbbbbbyy haaaaandssss!!!!!! (also gorgeous photos, as always)
I have to ask – is that tail real!?
It is 🙂 The tail definitely comes from the Connemara side, and it is huge!
Ugh, love Connemara crosses! Gorgeous.
I ADORE Connemaras and he is beautiful! I’m jealous of whoever will get to be his new momma.
Beautiful photos, you perfectly captured the twinkle in his eye – bet he’s a real sweetie!
And I’m such a sucker for a full tail, looks divine!
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