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    03-13-2008, 06:32 PM

I have no idea. I mean she could be. In the summer she had this huge crush on an appy stallion (and of course he had a crush on her too). But she's just like, acting strange. In the past, anyone could walk her from her paddock to her stall, but now only like 3 people can. And she runs into her stall. She has no scares there so she didn't get cut open, but maybe something hit into her side? But she never used to do that before. And then her just bucking if i'm riding or walking her. She started doing that in the fall. I just thought it was because the weather was getting cold.
Part of me is thinking it's something neurological
But the BO (she's not really the BO but she kinda is. Her uncle owns the place) said she has no idea what's causing it. And that kind of worried me
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    03-13-2008, 08:42 PM
Happy Birthday Vega
    03-13-2008, 08:57 PM
Thanks Vida

Well I spent atleast a good 45 min. Making little oat and honey cupcakes. It had carrots on top too. Tom and I went to see Vega and Gem and they wouldn't even tough the oats and honey They only ate the carrots.

I knew Vega was a picky eater, but c'mon! I even tasted it and it tasted good! Oh well, i'll give her carrots and an apple tomorrow.

I took pictures of the entire process and pictures of the b-day girl. I'll post them when I upload them.

And Gem was like really depressed today. He was like sulking in his stall. I even told him that nothing was his fault and that i'm ok. And that didn't even seem to affect him. The vet's coming out tomorrow around 3, so we'll know what's up with him. Tom even said now he's a little concerned/worried about Gem Bar :(
    03-13-2008, 09:03 PM
Our girls wouldn't eat something like that either. They just recently figured out carrots are good, they used to just spit them out. I hope Gem is ok, He may be just as sore as you. That was a bit of a gymnastic work out he had.
    03-13-2008, 09:06 PM
I'm hoping he's just sore. He did really throw himself up in the air
I took pictures of him too. He just has this sad look in his eyes.
Maybe when he was younger, he bucked someone off, got the crap beaten out of him and then sold. He sorta had the look of "I'm sorry, I didn't mean to do it. I'm a good boy. Please keep me"
    03-13-2008, 09:15 PM

Appylover-That is too bad that the little goof balls wouldn't eat them!

Be sure to let us know what the Vet says about Gem Bar.

Did you give Vega a hug for me? :P
    03-13-2008, 09:34 PM
Of course I did!
After she didn't eat her birthday cupcake, I said Tiffanny wanted me to give you a hug. :)

I posted pics in the general section if anyone's interested.

I'll be sure to post what the vet says.
    03-13-2008, 09:46 PM

Thanks Appylover!

I looked at the pictures!
    03-13-2008, 09:49 PM
No problem!

I was glad no one came into the store when I was mixing everything up.
They probably would have thought "what on earth is she doing?"
    03-13-2008, 10:22 PM

Yeah if I walked in I would've thought you were pretty odd...lol.

What did Tom think?

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