01-23-2013, 12:04 AM
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Move to Georgia. I understand they have a lot of white clay there. Then, when your horse rolls, it won't matter so much.
Maybe we should reorganize all of our horses for the winter.
All Chestnuts will be sent to forum members living in Virginia, where they can roll to their heart's content in the red clay.
Black horses will be sent to New York and New Jersey to enjoy the rich black dirt there.
Palaminos have to move to the beaches of California, Dapple greys to Washington where, even if they get dirty, the rain drops on their coats will look like dapples anyway, and Duns and Buckskins will be relocated to Nevada, where they can roll in the multi-colored golds, browns, and reds of the Calico Hills.
Paints must move to the Painted Desert, and all Appaloosas will move to Montana and Maine, where their snow-capped patooties will fit right in.
And, of course, all the Bays go to Massachusetts: the Bay State.