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    • 2 Post By BlueSpark

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        11-22-2013, 10:22 AM
    Foals and Colts:

    What's your favorite part of the babies??? I personally like working with the little ones. I think starting them when their young makes all the difference in the a grown horse. And not to mention they're simply the cutest animals ever. =)
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        11-22-2013, 12:48 PM
    Honestly, I like to admire them from a distance. XD They sure are cute, but man can they be a handful xD
        11-22-2013, 01:12 PM
    Everything! Haha whenever we get a foal in at work I'm all over it! One of my favorite parts is teaching them how to lead. I enjoy the wrestling match way too much and love the look of pure astonishment on their faces when they are finally where we want them to be.

    Another favorite part of mine is the interacting. There's something so nice about taking a break from the big, bratty adult horses to go and play with a baby who is like an open book!
        11-22-2013, 04:00 PM
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    Everything. I love babies, from foals to two year olds. I enjoy halter breaking, love how open minded they are, I like working in short sessions, which keep both me and them interested. I ABSOLUTELY love seeing them grow and learn without having to work through the confidence and preconceived notions that older horses often have. I really enjoy ponying and pre riding ground work, and I love having something to do in the barn during the winter, when its too icy to be working the saddle horses.
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