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        02-21-2011, 10:40 PM
      #11
    Foal
    Isn't it fun when they have quirky personalities? There is a horse at my barn pastured next to my spunky boys and he is such a dull boy...lol. Total old ranch type horse. Doesn't like fussing about or grooming...lol. He must think it all so sissy like.

    Cowboy Magic detangler...noted...I'll need some soon.
         
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        02-21-2011, 10:49 PM
      #12
    Yearling
    Lol, that is so funny. When I was looking for a horse personality was key. I went all the way to Maine, (about a three hour drive) to look at a QH mare, and she was so... dull. She didn't have any personality at all. And she was only 6, but Gizmo is so... full of it. I love spending time with him, just to see what he is going to do to get me to laugh. He knows when I am sad too. When he foundered and the vet was telling me that they sometimes don't pull through I started balling and he just stood there and looked and me right in the face and put his head in my chest like he was saying "It is going to be ok mom, I am fine." I love him so much. :)
    Yes, it works awesome. Kinda expensive it is about 8 bucks at my tack store for I think its like 6 ounces, but a little goes a long way. And it smells awesome!
         
        02-22-2011, 01:25 AM
      #13
    Foal
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    Originally Posted by Gizmo    
    Lol, that is so funny. When I was looking for a horse personality was key. I went all the way to Maine, (about a three hour drive) to look at a QH mare, and she was so... dull. She didn't have any personality at all. And she was only 6, but Gizmo is so... full of it. I love spending time with him, just to see what he is going to do to get me to laugh. He knows when I am sad too. When he foundered and the vet was telling me that they sometimes don't pull through I started balling and he just stood there and looked and me right in the face and put his head in my chest like he was saying "It is going to be ok mom, I am fine." I love him so much. :)
    Yes, it works awesome. Kinda expensive it is about 8 bucks at my tack store for I think its like 6 ounces, but a little goes a long way. And it smells awesome!
    Oh my, glad it all turned out fine and he is all better. They sure put a scare into us don't they. My Sunny is quite the character and has bonded to me strongly. When my coach works him he tries to walk away from her and come to me like help me mum. Lol He's such a sweetheart. I'm so happy I decided to work it out with him because we have a special bond.

    I wouldn't expect it to be easy on the pocket..is anything horse related ever cheap?? Hahaha
         
        02-22-2011, 01:54 PM
      #14
    Yearling
    Yep he is fine now :)
    No nothing horse related is EVER cheap. Lol
         

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