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        03-17-2013, 12:04 AM
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    felt vary good..

    When I got the mare she didnt lead well since off of bed rest I have worked with her and got her leading well. Today when I was walking her to the arena she pulled and tryed to trot, we finaly made it to the arena and I let her losse she she started to run! Its the vary first time I have ever seen her run! She ran for about 20 minuets (she ran longer then it took me to clean her stall and refresh her drinking water. It felt good to see her running and feeling her oats. This is a pick of her last week. Note she was thin when I got her, and when I went on bed rest my friend who was feeding her didnt know to up her food when it got cold, so she didnt gain. Today after her bath you can't see her ribs but can to easly feel them still.
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