Learning to Rear on Cue




His rearing trick is coming along well!

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About Nancy J. Bailey

Artist, author, bad karaoke singer. Woodsy ragamuffin. Mom of a horse named Clifford who plays fetch and paints with watercolors. He visits libraries and schools with me, to promote literacy and making the world a better place. Yes, he is house trained, no, he doesn't live in my house! I have written three books about Clifford. But my newest book, THE NORTH SIDE OF DOWN, is co-written by my awesome sister Amanda, who has Down syndrome. Her unexpected one-liner wisecracks can always make me laugh. If you make me laugh, you've made my day!
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2 Responses to Learning to Rear on Cue

  1. Erica Lea says:

    One of the coolest horse tricks, and he looks like he's got it down:-) The last photo has a very dressage-y look – what a neck!

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  2. Nancy says:

    Thanks Erica! Yes Clifford has the trademark hingy Morgan neck. I am aware that safety is an issue with this trick, so very glad his brakes work!

    Like

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