Wednesday, November 21, 2012

Almost wordless Wednesday

It's always a pleasure to feature performance photos from Kellye Bussey.  This group comes from last weekend's Red Dirt Roundup which was held in Midwest City, Oklahoma.  Enjoy!
Kellye's Arabian costume horses
Morgen Kilbourn Max resin painted by Maggie Bennett & owned by Kellye Bussey
Sarah Rose Deseoso resin customized by Maggie Bennett & owned by Kellye Bussey
created and owned by Deb Omel
Sarah Rose Deseoso resin customized by Maggie Bennett & owned by Kellye Bussey
created and owned by Deb Omel
Kellye's costume horses
Morgen Kilbourn Max resin painted by Maggie Bennett & owned by Kellye Bussey
created and owned by Deb Omel
tack and doll by Kim Jacobs owned by Ruth Dimmitt
OOAK Stone pony owned by Kellye Bussey
Morgen Kilbourn Max resin painted by Maggie Bennett & owned by Kellye Bussey
Morgen Kilbourn Max resin painted by Maggie Bennett & owned by Kellye Bussey
Mindy Berg resin owned by Kellye Bussey, props by Kim & Kathi Haymond
Morgen Kilbourn Max resin painted by Maggie Bennett & owned by Kellye Bussey
Morgen Kilbourn Max resin painted by Maggie Bennett & owned by Kellye Bussey

6 comments:

  1. Deb did the dead horse too.... He is really cool.

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  2. Thanks for sharing Kellye's photos! Her entries are always so awesome - one of the reasons performance classes are so tough in our region - lol!

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  3. This is the first time I've seen Kilbourn's Maxixe in a coat of paint. (the standing bay) Fantastic!

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  4. Sue, did you notice your old "Northern Brilliance" parade set is still brightening up every horse I put it on? Lovely set!

    Anyone else noticing that the word verification we have to type in gets harder and harder? Sometimes I just don't want to bother trying to leave a comment...

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  5. Ugh, that word verification. I always try to leave comments on other people's blogs because I KNOW that's the best way to encourage them to keep writing. Lately, however, I've found the word verifications so daunting that sometimes I don't even try. It's terrible...

    :(

    P.S. Thanks to everyone who does suffer through all that to comment. I really do appreciate it.

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  6. Is horse limbo a real thing?
    ~AHG488

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