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    10-18-2011, 07:43 AM
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Can I ask what you mean by a Hancock horse? Sorry to sound ignorant!

I also live in the UK - I have a quarter horse mare who has Joe Hancock in her pedigree. Is this what you mean? It would certainly explain a lot! She always has a go at bucking when I bring her back into work in the spring, but once she's got it out of her system she's great and works really hard for me. Very feisty!
     
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    10-18-2011, 08:03 AM
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classic symptoms

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Originally Posted by Skipka    
Can I ask what you mean by a Hancock horse? Sorry to sound ignorant!

I also live in the UK - I have a quarter horse mare who has Joe Hancock in her pedigree. Is this what you mean? It would certainly explain a lot! She always has a go at bucking when I bring her back into work in the spring, but once she's got it out of her system she's great and works really hard for me. Very feisty!

It seems to me that you have some classic hancock symptoms there

Mind you - at one time I owned a mare and my dog was male

I am much happier now that I ride a gelding and the dog is a bitch

The old cob mare was fantastic - could trot down the road for mile after mile but blimey did she get moody when in season

The gelding, on the other hand, is the same every time I climb aboard

And the bitch does not keep stopping to annoint the pathways.

I also keep my horse in work and outside all year

Mack n me – click here to go large If you like horses

Last year was his first winter rugged up

Now that he is pushing twenty I guess he deserves some comforts

Dylan
     

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