Pony for pics
Courtesy Debbie Clayton/Reminisce Extra
Debbie Clayton of Hughesville, MD, has always enjoyed gazing at this shot of her mother, Skip Mauzy, who was 8 at the time. “A man with his pony would walk around town asking kids if they wanted a ride,” Debbie writes. “He would put a bandanna, a hat and chaps on them and take their picture. You could buy the picture for a small price, but in those days, money was tight.” Read how these horse saddles are changing the lives of disabled people.
Courtesy Pauline Wharton/Reminisce Extra
Pauline Vater Wharton of New Market, AL, rides a stuffed bucking bronco in Basin, WY, during a cross-country trip in 1946. Her sister Jacqueline waits on the fence for her turn. Want some laughs? Check out these hilarious horse jokes.