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        05-11-2012, 04:20 PM
      #21
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by michaelvanessa    
    he had strangles and shoes twice the size of his hoofs nailed on with roofing clout nails he had been beaten through the skull as well and he hated children.
    Wow! Not good...
         
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        05-11-2012, 04:25 PM
      #22
    Green Broke
    Thank you for sharing your special memories of Vanessa and Tammy. It was really none of my business but you spoke of her so fondly I could not help but ask.

    I am so sorry for your loss. You were so fortunate to find Tammy after Vanessa passed. I am sure it was a great gift to have Tammy back even for a short while.

    Your story made me cry a true love story.
    Thank you again for sharing.
         
        05-11-2012, 04:38 PM
      #23
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by EmilyJoy    
    Wow! Not good...
    hiya he was in a right state when we got him home he was brought in a sales called barnet fair its were a lot of gypseys sell horses and ponys.
    Its been going since the 1700 I think.
    And my frend christine saw him and felt sorry for him and she brought him for me and she had no transport to bring him home.
    So 3 days later we went and picked him up it took 3 hours and I worn him down running and it was raining hard I lost a leather shoe off of my foot and my trousers were thick with mud.
    All the horses and ponys all had a green discharge comeing out of there noses.
    I said I think you better call your vet he just shrugged his shoulders.
    We got tricky in the horse box I rode with him in the back and he kicked me in the knee cap with a fore leg I said to him pleased to meet you.
    It did hurt.
    We got the black smith out and had the shoes removed and had his feet checked.
    The vet was called about the discharge it was confermed as strangles.
    We ended up with an outbreak there was john 16 3 hh christines dads horse strawberry roan hacney x cob. Then christines pony charlie welsh section c jimmys section a strawberry he was a rone then hazle she was welsh section c and excallaba an exmore pony thay all ended up with strangles. Except snowy my welsh x arab section b she was a flea bitten gray.
    Many thanks for asking.
         
        05-11-2012, 04:56 PM
      #24
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Taffy Clayton    
    Thank you for sharing your special memories of Vanessa and Tammy. It was really none of my business but you spoke of her so fondly I could not help but ask.

    I am so sorry for your loss. You were so fortunate to find Tammy after Vanessa passed. I am sure it was a great gift to have Tammy back even for a short while.

    Your story made me cry a true love story.
    Thank you again for sharing.
    hiya true love is a very strangething and a lot of people keep asking me to write a book about what has happend life has many twist and turns and sorry I don't know your age as I also looked after vanessas mother as she got devorced and hit the bottle very badley and I looked after her for 4 years as her shaparone lets say and kept her on the straight and narrow.
    Im with another girl now her name is nancy she is wheelchair bound and we met each other on the cb radio and well we have been togeather severn years now.
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