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        05-06-2008, 10:33 PM
      #51
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    I Had a morgan. She is in retirement now. Caroline was an amazing mare!! BEAUTIFUL Morgans are a handful at times but SO SO loving...My ONLY complaint or Carry was that she was a head flinger lol (nods HARD while on the bit) lol. When we bought her she was over at the knees but it never really bothered her until she became old... :( I miss her VERY much...and I am definitely going to buy another!! Morgans are wonderful and definitely a people pleasing breed...
         
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        05-07-2008, 10:47 AM
      #52
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    One thing I find with Diva, is you cannot drill her on something. When she gets it go on to something else. If you keep doing the same thing she gets testy. It is almost like "Okay, already I know what you want. Why are you still doing it." Another thing with her is she is so nosey. It is hard to keep her focused on you. If something is happening she has to see what's going on.
         

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