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        10-05-2011, 01:00 PM
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    Thanks Jake and Dai. I think he's pretty cute.

    One thing to say too, with doing rescue I get a lot of horses that have been stall kept, pampered little kittens that end up being "useless" when they won't jump anymore or their owner tires of them and gets a flashier poneh that keeps them in the ribbons. I take these little marshmallows and turn them out with my herd for a few weeks, and let them go "wild". 200 acres of rough pasture and woods, lots of places to stub their toes so to speak. The stall weaving, cribbing, etc goes away. They come running for dinner, sides heaving the first few days, and soon can keep up with the herd. The mustangs help rehab these poor animals, and turn them into lean mean running machines.
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