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    11-30-2011, 11:45 PM
  #11
Showing
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Originally Posted by natisha    
OK, I can admit this because I'm hiding behind a computer but... I once, uh... you know...while riding a friend's baby green horse. He spooked & sprinted across the arena. All I could do was laugh, however as he had never done that before & my friend didn't know why he did it she was worried about him spooking 'at nothing' again...so I had to tell her
Hmmmmmm...... I'd keep it to myself...... Hmmmmmmm...... LMAO!
     
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    12-01-2011, 12:19 AM
  #12
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Originally Posted by natisha    
OK, I can admit this because I'm hiding behind a computer but... I once, uh... you know...while riding a friend's baby green horse. He spooked & sprinted across the arena. All I could do was laugh, however as he had never done that before & my friend didn't know why he did it she was worried about him spooking 'at nothing' again...so I had to tell her
Okay, as I am safely behind a computer I'll admit I have done that too, with my adult horses!
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    12-01-2011, 08:48 AM
  #13
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Originally Posted by kitten_Val    
Hmmmmmm...... I'd keep it to myself...... Hmmmmmmm...... LMAO!
Sometimes you can't keep it to yourself
     
    12-03-2011, 11:54 AM
  #14
Weanling
Oh dear, I am literally crying from laughter!

My trainer has quite a high strung horse, that literally get a fright EVERY time he (the horse) farts.

Its like he doesn't know why this scary sounds keeps following him around!!!
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    12-03-2011, 12:16 PM
  #15
Started
You guys are cracking me up!

I figured it was just him being a dork, but you never know
     
    12-03-2011, 04:02 PM
  #16
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I think this is interesting. I once rode a big warm blood for about 2 years, and only once did he ever do this: big fart, big buck and bolt! Could he have scared himself into a bolt? Amazing.
     
    12-03-2011, 05:01 PM
  #17
Foal
I am totally suscribing!
     
    12-03-2011, 11:52 PM
  #18
Weanling
My horse does it enough so that now he never scares himself... But it does seem that the only time he ever farts a ton is when I am brushing his tail, cleaning his back hooves, or anything to do with being right by his hind end >.< He also does it a ton when I lunge him... Really embarrassing when I am lunging my friend on him and all he does it a trot/fart. Which is like *Beat, beat, fart, beat, beat, fart, beat, beat, fart.... and etc. I always get weird looks... And so does he

I say the horse is fine, just scared of his own farts...

Oh, we have a dog like that. He farts, and wakes himself up from a dead sleep.
     
    12-04-2011, 12:05 AM
  #19
Yearling
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Originally Posted by Legend    
Oh, we have a dog like that. He farts, and wakes himself up from a dead sleep.
Oh, DOGS. Well that's a whole other fart story...
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    12-04-2011, 12:14 AM
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Weanling
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Originally Posted by ThursdayNext    
Oh, DOGS. Well that's a whole other fart story...
Haha, I know right!
     

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