Giddy Up

by Molly Moore
Riding crop on peachy perfect bottom

Next time you are in the market for a new crop or riding whip, or even if you are thinking of buying your first such item try searching for your nearest Tack/Equestrian shop. There is something very sexy about visiting such an establishment and browsing their stock knowing full well you intend to use it for far more interesting and perverted activities than horse riding and they often tend to be a much cheaper and better quality option than those sold as kinky impact toys.

However I still can’t decide if the fact that they are designed to make an impact on a rump made of slightly sterner stuff than mine is a good thing or a bad thing…

Riding crop on peachy perfect bottomToy with my tuesday badge


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Mia Sinclair June 24, 2014 - 4:29 pm

I have a history in equestrianism so know all about the “implements” available!

That is a lovely little crop there against your gorgeous bum!!

If Michael would like any more ideas a “schooling whip” would be fun! Firm and whippy all at the same time. It would produce a delicious sting and probably mark quite nicely too 😉

~Mia~ xx

Molly Moore June 24, 2014 - 4:55 pm

We have one, in fact we have 2 of those but only one of the came from a Tack shop and it is definitely the best of the two… and yes, that thing lands with a sting!

John June 24, 2014 - 4:40 pm

We bought a riding crop from Amazon for around £2.50. It is probably the most painful toy we have. It has a real bite in the end and is just sheer agony. Plus it leaves the most amazing marks. 🙂

Marie Rebelle June 24, 2014 - 6:29 pm

This makes me want to go to the tack shop even more. I really want to see what things they have in there. Lovely photo 🙂

Rebel xox

Michael Samadhi June 25, 2014 - 1:19 pm

A lovely crop, and an even lovelier bottom! An absolutely delightful image!

Penny June 25, 2014 - 5:52 pm

That’s a great idea! Lovely shot Molly!

Jade June 25, 2014 - 5:58 pm

Being a horsewoman, I always loved tack shops, and now even more that I have an even better use for the implements we find there, the lastest of which was a buggy whip – oh my, talk about sting!

Here’s a tidbit though. Having worked one summer in a tackshop the year I was 14, I can tell you that horse people KNOW when it’s “us” shopping! LOL


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