Our Yorkshire Farm fans distracted by Amanda Owen in post about horseshoes – but can you see why?12/23/2021
OUR Yorkshire Farm fans were distracted by Amanda Owen's natural beauty in her latest post about horseshoes.
The 47-year-old loves to share what she gets up to at Ravenseat Farm with her 455k followers on Instagram.
The shepherdess looks after a range of different animals, including Tony the pony and Hazel the Clydesdale horse.
She recently had to change their horseshoes and took some snaps to document the process.
Although many were interested in the procedure, others gushed at how gorgeous Amanda looked in one of the pics as she cuddled up next to Hazel.
One said in the comments section: "You always look so lovely 😍merry Xmas Amanda to you Clive and all your children xxxx."
Another wrote: "Lovely picture of Amanda ❤️."
Amanda captioned the post: "All feet great and small. 🐴 🐴."
Earlier this week Amanda confirmed new arrival at Ravenseat after her family was shaken by a tragic loss.
In October viewers of the beloved Channel 5 series were left sobbing after the Owen family said goodbye to their much-loved pony, Little Joe.
The mother-of-nine was praised as the “perfect parent” by fans for showing her children the “circle of life” after their 40-year-old pet passed away.
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But just two months later and in order to give their other horse, Tony, someone to bond with, Amanda bought a pedigree Clydesdale horse.
Amanda had a surprise in store for her children, especially youngest Clemmy, five, Annie, seven, and Sidney, nine.
As they all awaited the arrival, Amanda said: “I think they have sussed what the surprise is today, haven’t you?”
Clemmy excitedly shouted: “I know!” before Annie and Sidney joined her and shouted: “A horse!”
As the beautiful filly was unloaded from the van, Clemmy joked: “I don’t think Annie can get on it, it looks quite high!”
Picking up Clemmy so she could get a better look at the new member of the family, Amanda continued: “We’ve thought of a name, haven’t we, Hazel!”
Amanda asked: “What do you think, Clemmy? Is this a bit different to the last pony we bought?”
Amanda also had another surprise in store for the children when she told them: “Well, it also is in foal!”
As the children began to pet the new horse, Amanda told them: “What you need to do now is get to know her like you know our horses, don’t you?”
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