#EventerProblems Vol. 113: Written All Over Their Faces, Part 2

Horses can’t talk and yet they manage to express themselves just fine, thankyouverymuch. Hang around them long enough and you’ll have no trouble reading them loud and clear just by looking at their face.

Time for another round of “Written All Over Their Faces” (see Part 1 here). Can you tell what these horses are thinking?

When you’re so tired the floppy lip starts #eventerproblems #floridalife

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When bae is in NO mood for your b.s. #restingmareface #OTTB #eventerproblems

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Running like a maniac without control? It wasn’t me! #oldandnaughty #oldfool #eventerproblems #lynet

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Abby says “What the #[email protected] is on my head”

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Hail? Wtf? We are going on a hack! #crappyweather #eventerproblems #lynet

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Exactly what one needs on a Friday afternoon after a long stressful week! #horseselfies #perfecttiming #eventerproblems

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“Do I have something in my teeth?”

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When Abby is exhausted from her first big show we get moments like this…❤

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But sometimes, a facial expression just doesn’t cut it …

“Go away lady!” #nottoday #justwannaeat #eventerproblems #lynet

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Go Eventing.

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