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post #181 of 402 Old 06-25-2013, 01:21 AM
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I don't typically leave them on, but we thought she could get used to it being on. She's ok at least. I think the next halter is get her will be padded but not left on this time.
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post #182 of 402 Old 06-27-2013, 01:59 PM
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Soda is just over 2 months now!! He sprouted up and is a solid young man!! He is great to work with and has calmed down quite a bit in the last few weeks:)
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He is so cute. I love the picture of him with his leg up. He looks like such a little imp! :)
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post #185 of 402 Old 06-27-2013, 03:46 PM
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I see all these foal photos of babies that buck & play and they're so cute! None of my babies are very playful (at least when I'm around) I must be too serious with their handling and training which I guess makes me the mean lady
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post #186 of 402 Old 06-27-2013, 04:00 PM
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I see all these foal photos of babies that buck & play and they're so cute! None of my babies are very playful (at least when I'm around) I must be too serious with their handling and training which I guess makes me the mean lady
Completely agree. Wrecker is a lazy bum. I feel like i've been ripped off.
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post #187 of 402 Old 06-27-2013, 04:10 PM
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Completely agree. Wrecker is a lazy bum. I feel like i've been ripped off.
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I don't want one jumping all over me, but I would love a few precocious photos in the pasture.

My foals' idea of playful when they make little old grampa noises at me? They are gigantic piglets, so whenever they see me, they grunt/nicker. Pippi has been weaned now for a while, so I have started letting her be turned out with Squeaks and the mares during the day. 9pm hits and she is either at the gate to come in, or will trot up when called. It's pretty sad that I don't even have to lead her inside anymore, she will just walk to her stall. She and Teena are both lazy fatties.
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We were out with the horses the other night and Cowboy (7 week old colt) was over by the round pen, he usually stands by it and bites it so I didn't think much about it, but then I noticed he had figured out how to pull the pins out!! Here is a pic of my husband putting it back in.


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post #189 of 402 Old 06-27-2013, 04:26 PM
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It is hard to believe Takala goes with this group of foals when she is so much older than them! (She is 5 m/o.) What happened to the other winter foals? Here are some snapshots of Takala and her sorry looking self. These are from a few days ago. I am working on getting her to get a bit more covering over her ribs, so excuse that she looks a bit ribby. She has gotten a 'little' bit better since then. And try as I might, that hair is not to be tamed. But we did have a eureka moment with leading however. I used to have to drag her around and constantly remind her to walk next to me. Now she *finally* started walking with me. But I have to applaud her for always being level-headed when leading, and willing to do whatever I ask of her.
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post #190 of 402 Old 06-27-2013, 04:28 PM
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I don't want one jumping all over me, but I would love a few precocious photos in the pasture.

My foals' idea of playful when they make little old grampa noises at me? They are gigantic piglets, so whenever they see me, they grunt/nicker. Pippi has been weaned now for a while, so I have started letting her be turned out with Squeaks and the mares during the day. 9pm hitw and she is either at the gate to come in, or will trot up when called. It's pretty sad that I don't even have to lead her inside anymore, she will just walk to her stall. She and Teena are both lazy fatties.
Wrecker is also very quiet. Occasionally she will nicker at me, but usually she just sneaks up behind you for some loving. She is 100% in your pocket. If she sees you out at the barn, she is up begging for attention.

i don't have a single photo of her running/bucking/rearing/acting like a fool. Not even trotting! Because she prefers to walk. LoL. Walk and stand around and eat. -_- *rolls eyes*

i was bending over to grab some straw flakes and i feel this wiggling on my back. I assumed it was Chilly because she does that. Nope. It was Wrecker looking at me like "I scratch your back you scratch mine?"
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