I Wish I Had A Real Horse [Adventure]

© Lyle K. Glass

I  Wish  I  Had  A   Real  Horse

Uploaded: October 18, 2012 19:44:32


This little cowpoke was watching the "Old West Shootout" with his stick horse. His expression seems to say " I wish I had a real horse instead of this stick horse.
I used to ride around town on my black and white paint horse named "Chocolate" and visit with the tourist, espicially little kids. they would pet my horse and sometimes I would give them rides on him. Then the kids would go and buy a black and white stick horse or a stuffed horse and would name it "Chocolate". Both me and my horse made pretty big impressions on these kids and they remember years after.

Adjusted in PSE7.

Photographed in Medora, North Dakota on 7-25-2010 at 5:11 p.m.


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