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        07-26-2008, 08:23 PM
    Kazzara - I love your new mare's mane and forelock. I hope you don't cut them.
    Here is a pic of my OTTB. Everyone wants me to cut his mane, but I refuse! It is so cute.

    Mocha looks great too. I don't think she has a hay belly. I wish mine had that kind of build. Her feet look fine - Most TB people aren't used to seeing a TB hooves without shoes.

    And I think I have Halsgal beat on the laziest TB. Mine was so lazy that he raced twiced and then they retired him. Someone bought him and tried training him as a jumper, but he bowed a tendon and ended up at two auctions and was in the hands of the slaughter man when he was rescued.

    When he is out on the trail and sees something new, he stops and says, "Whoa! What is that? Is it going to eat me? Can I eat it instead?" Then he cautiously walks over to it, looks at it, sniffs it, and snorts. When he is satisfied with his inspection, he continues on and never has a problem with the object again. He's got to be the gentlest horse ever!
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        11-10-2008, 11:51 PM
    Hi All,

    All your guys and girls are beautiful!!! I love my Thoroughbred well I have two but technically one is my mums. Bumy fella is the best I love him to no end. He is a 16.1hh sook!!! Anyway I am not sure how to add a picture as yet but il try get one of him up here.
    Bye All
    Alison (BayShadeal)
        02-11-2011, 08:26 PM
    Wow - I love my TB - he is 4 years old, came off the track at 2 - had knee problems, but ehy are FINE now - he is completely sound :). I love him to pieces :) - he is so affection and sweet. We also have a tb mare - she is really sweet too and off the track - 12 years old, jumping 3' very well. :)

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