“Malo periculosam, libertatem quam quietam servitutem.”
The guys in the spandex are all wishing they were the guy riding the buckskin.
No good reason to believe that.
Well ain't just a ray of sunshine.
At first glance, I thought those were Russian flags on the horse, but I see a tiny (star?) on the flag, so I reckon it's some other country, but I don't know which one.Is it a Russian oblast (i.e., state)?
I'm thinking the Slovak flag. The countryside would match.
Texas state flag maybe
Nope. Texas' flag has two horizontal stripes, red and white, with a blue vertical next to then. Our Lone Star is in the blue field.
"them", not "then".
Elmo, fwiw, that horse is a palomino. Buckskin ponys have a light colored coat with a dark/black mane and somewhat darker legs.
Shows you how much I know about horses. :-/
Dad showed up with a golden palomino one day. She was the fastest and smoothest horse I've ever ridden. She was a decent cutter and almost left me sitting in air more times than I can count. She had papers a mile long. Honey Tamet. She looked a lot like that horse. I sure do miss her. On a dark night, she was a invisible. Her coat absorbed all the light. I've heard the old Comanche prized those horses for that reason.
Rider in the back has 'Italia' on his rear end.
Relaxed in the saddle, giving the horse his head, going…what…25mph or so. Sweet!