Friday’s Fences – Meet Aggie

En route to the Outer Banks, we pass by a little pasture near Coinjock, North Carolina. And more times than not, there’s a white horse out in the pasture.  I even wrote a post about her back in January, in which I “gave” her a name.

She was there Saturday. So Motor Man pulled over. See the white sign there on the fence? It’s a little typewritten note, asking folks to please not go beyond the gate (for insurance reasons), and it’s signed with a lady’s name and “Aggie”.

I think Aggie is accustomed to folks stopping by to say hello.

Yes, I’d say Aggie is a real people person horse.

Bye, Aggie. I promise on the next trip, I’ll have horse treats.

Linking up to Friday’s Fences.

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25 responses to “Friday’s Fences – Meet Aggie

  1. Aggie’s a beauty! I love white horses – learned to ride on one in fact MANY years ago. Aggie will love those horse treats you got for her I’m sure…….

    Pam

  2. Carrots, bring carrots! 🙂

    MJ

  3. Aggie looks like a sweetie! That name fits her. She has such a lovely place to call home there and a nice little run in shed. Yes, bring her some carrot coins next time!!! Is that the sign in the last picture she is reading? I’m surprised she hasn’t yanked that right off of there.. 🙂

  4. I’ll have to look for Aggie on my next trip to the Outer Banks. Looks like she loves company.

  5. I love both of your posts about White Cloud/Aggie. And great photos to go with them. She’s beautiful!

  6. awww…you found out her sweet name. You may want to pack some apples in the car on your next trip.

  7. I have a feeling that Aggie is used to getting lots of treats from passerby’s

  8. Ohhhh Aggie is such a cutie! Thanks for sharing and have a great weekend!

  9. I always feel so sad when I see her out there all alone. Horses like company! It was nice of you to stop and say hello:)

  10. So friendly! And right there to greet you!

  11. She’s a beauty! Easy to smitten with her.

  12. Aggie looks like a cool one! And I know you’ll be ready with some treats the next time you pass her …….. That’s a nice structure in the background, too –

  13. my heart skipped a beat with the first photo. she looked so much like my old mare, pearl. *sigh*

  14. I thought for a second this was our friend’s horse, King! But learned quickly it’s a sweet mare named Aggie. Enjoyed seeing her, and the paddock she calls home.

  15. Choco’s favorite is a ripe pear. So this is his time of year! Slipping him slices will get me lots of kisses every time.

  16. So sweet!

  17. Ohhhh I love horse pictures… and horses in real life too. Aggie looks so sweet and you got some lovely shots there. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

  18. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    Aggie is so sweet. I will have to look for her the next time we go down to the Outer Banks. Great pics of her.

  19. Aggie is a very nice looking horse! I bet she has a nice smell too. Mom always smiles and takes some really deep breaths when there are horsie smells around.

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  22. I didn’t realize Aggie had her own Page. For years we have passed Aggie on the way to and from the outer banks. Last week, we stopped to say hi to Aggie and to give her an apple I just happened to have with me. She loved it.

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