Uncle Jimmy's Hanging Ball

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    09-07-2009, 07:35 PM
Uncle Jimmy's Hanging Ball

Has anyone ever bought one of these? Did your horse actually like it?
I just bought one for the heck of it because I've noticed that they've become popular. And because I felt like spoiling my horse. I havn't been out to the stable yet, so I was wondering if anyone has a horse who loves em or if they just gather dust.
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    09-07-2009, 07:40 PM
I'm not a fan of them, they make my their faces all sticky. As for liking them one of my horses didn't try it at all so, I guess it depends on your horse.
    09-07-2009, 07:41 PM
My mare at home has one. She likes it, and wants to eat it, BUT she's scared of it when it moves lol. And if you don't hang it, they just devour it!
    09-07-2009, 08:08 PM
Originally Posted by AlmagroN    
she likes it, and wants to eat it, BUT she's scared of it when it moves lol.

HA! I have a bad feeling my mare will just completely ignore it.
She might sniff it a few times, try to bite it, but once she realizes that she has to work to get the treat she'll probably just go back to eating hay. Lol
I may have more luck just putting it in a bucket, but then whats the point? Wasting $20 on hanging ball of grain just to put it in a bucket. Lol Oh well, she might surprise me!
    09-07-2009, 08:42 PM
My horse loves the crap out of those things! He adores them. Omg his face is all sticky after 5 minutes of playing with it. He could play with it for HOURS! Here's one of my favorite pics of him with his hanging ball:
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