Monday, January 6, 2014

Pony Ride at Janoski's

Year 2014, according to the Chinese Calendar is the Year of the Horse.  So let us welcome our  Year of the horse with these photos that  were taken at Janoski's Farm during the pumpkin season.  Photos were taken by  a Samsung Galaxy phone so the quality are not that great.
THe little wasn't so comfortable riding because she was wearing a shots when we visited there.  
May the Year of the Horse bring all of us Good luck and Peace.  Happy New Year Everyone.

17 comments:

  1. I love horses and I miss riding. My family used to take us horse-backriding in Tagaytay when we were young. That's how I got close to such maginifcent creatures. They're so beautiful.

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  2. It's always fun to ride horses. There's a trail for that in Camp John Hay in Baguio.

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  3. it looks so cute but i don't think i could ride one. oh no! i think i'm going to die, lol!

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  4. Namiss ko tuloy ang Tagaytay. He-He. Yung lang ang horse riding experience ko. Next camel na. :D

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  5. Note to myself: Bring daughter to Tagaytay. I should let them try riding a pony first.

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  6. my husband taught my two sons how to ride a horse, they really enjoy horse riding :) I notice the photos you said were taken via your samsung galaxy phone - nice resolution, now I am convinced to buy it ahaha

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  7. oh boy! at least she still have the chance to ride and enjoy inspite of uncomfortability ...may this year will fill your family more blessings too.

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  8. oh boy! at least she still have the chance to ride and enjoy inspite of uncomfortability ...may this year will fill your family more blessings too.

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  9. I use my samsung galaxy note 2 most of the time too when taking pictures, I love it. The kids look very happy riding the horse, I believe they always do. My niece when she was young, took a horse ride in Yosemite with hubby, I did not, because when I tried, I was so scared and not comfortable,I'd rather hike. :)

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  10. Let's claim the year of the horse a great year for all of us!

    Your little girl didn't look like she as not comfy. The next time you go, she better dress a-la- equestrian. :-)

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  11. My daughter likes to ride pony. I'm thinking to enroll her this coming summer on something about pony.

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  12. Triz suddenly got envious with Ms. Burrito's ride! Haha! She loves horses as well but we never got a chance yet to take her to a ride. We have a family friend here who have a ranch and who have been inviting us over. Maybe it's about time we should go! :D

    Happy New Year, sis!

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  13. Awww pony rides looks fun Sis R :-) It looks like your beauitful kids had a blast riding the pony :-) My kids used to that when they were little but not recently :-)

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  14. Ah, this post reminded me the first time I rode a pony at Baguio. Kakakiliti sa..censored.

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  15. I remember my first time riding a pony I was probably her age. I can't remember what I felt. LOL. Anyway, yes, I hope the Year of the Horse brings us good luck! :)

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  16. Hahahahahaha! Laughing so hard when I read Papaleng's comment. I love horses and I love to ride on them. Planning to learn show jumping in the near future.

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  17. LOL! Papaleng's comment is so hilarious! Nontheless, I love horses and I love to ride on them. Planning to learn showjumping in the future.

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