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post #1 of 8 Old 09-01-2008, 07:35 PM Thread Starter
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Barn Pictures! Part 2 *Image Heavy*

More pictures from today at the barn.
I got a little carried away taking pictures of the miniature horse and donkies.. I couldn't get over how tiny they are!















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post #2 of 8 Old 09-01-2008, 08:10 PM
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OMG your horses are gorgeous! And the mini donkeys and horse are so adorable!

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they're not all mine.. I wish they were. Just Gem (the white one) and Vega the app (with the star/strip/snip)

I'm going to ask my BO if I could work with the donkies.. do some like in hand work with them.. I think it would be awesome!
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You should see if you can do carting with them! Donkeys and Minis make great cart equines (can't say horses... because... well... donkeys aren't horses). You can also do things like in-hand jumping and stuff. That's what my cousin does with her minis... but I think you could do it with donkeys too. :P

Heh... and... I've always wondered... can horses see when they have those fly masks on? I know that a lot of the mesh ones are see-through, and you can easily see through the mesh to the horse's eyes, and the horse's can see through to you... but with the one that that specific horse has on... can it see?

I feel so silly asking the question... but I've always wondered...
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Heh... and... I've always wondered... can horses see when they have those fly masks on? I know that a lot of the mesh ones are see-through, and you can easily see through the mesh to the horse's eyes, and the horse's can see through to you... but with the one that that specific horse has on... can it see?

I feel so silly asking the question... but I've always wondered...
Nah, you can see through them. I wondered that myself when I bough one for my mare, coz it was purple and certainly didnt look see-through, but had a look through it and, yep, I can see :P
One day I was with my horses and a passerby asked my why I had 'blindfolded' my mare
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haha... I was just wondering... because I'd like to be able to buy/make quite a few for some of the horses here (poor guys... HORRID flies!!) But I'd be worried if you couldn't see through 'em... :roll:
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They look soo happy, & the place looks great. They are so beautiful.

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post #8 of 8 Old 09-02-2008, 11:42 AM Thread Starter
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Thanks everyone. The mini is a boarder, so I wouldn't be able to work with him, but I'm sure I could work with the donkies. That should be interesting though. But I must ask before hand.

Gem and Vega really are loving it there. Gem has gained quite a bit of weight and he looks good, muscle wise from what he was.
We are very happy with them there :)
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