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post #71 of 73 Old 05-13-2012, 10:03 AM
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She did that for hours, looked like a see-saw!
What a turd, lol.

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post #72 of 73 Old 05-13-2012, 05:45 PM
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She looks to be feeling pretty good LOL. I imagine she wanted to go whip the interlope in HER pasture. Gotta love territorial mares.

What kind of collar is she wearing?

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She looks to be feeling pretty good LOL. I imagine she wanted to go whip the interlope in HER pasture. Gotta love territorial mares.

What kind of collar is she wearing?
It's a broodmare collar, but I have it on her, because at times she is hard to catch when out in the pasture. For the most part she comes right up to me, but if I've done something she doesn't like, the next time I go to catch her.... She takes off. She will come up to me, as soon as I reach out, she runs. With the collar I just have to touch it and she's fine. We still are working out our trust issues.
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