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post #61 of 679 Old 02-26-2014, 03:34 PM
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Yesterday was a big day! Piper had a crash course in groundwork and then learnt to float, she picked it up like a pro, once we put a stop to her running through the pressure. Now she is here in Hamilton with me!


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post #62 of 679 Old 02-26-2014, 05:54 PM
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^He's a doll <3

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post #63 of 679 Old 02-28-2014, 10:19 PM
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Enjoying the gorgeous weather while it lasts :)



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post #64 of 679 Old 02-28-2014, 10:51 PM Thread Starter
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Got some new ones of little miss Priss the other day. She's officially 13.3 now LOL. She might break 14hh before she turns 2 but she'll have to hurry, only about a month to go. I'm really just hoping she's a late bloomer.

Yes, she's still that downhill.




She's made really good friends with Pokey these days




She's even somewhat tolerant of Taz


And I still see some potential in there to be a real stunner under saddle....








Her neck is actually looking like a neck instead of a bent pencil LOL.


Then she loses it LOL.




She was a bit full of p*ss and vinegar that particular day LOL


I had a young dog loose with me and she and Talyn had a heck of a time playing, running circles around the roundpen (no, the dog wasn't chasing, they were playing and sometimes Talyn would chase the dog before turning around and letting herself be chased...silly kids LOL)


As you can see, she was terrified of the dog that was trying to entice her to play....
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post #65 of 679 Old 03-01-2014, 07:56 PM
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Here is trouble, doing what he does best - eating.

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post #66 of 679 Old 03-02-2014, 11:39 PM
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Finally got my camera back from my friend. Which means lots of pictures!! :)

Henny got a pedicure and makeover yesterday. He's starting to shed like crazy. The vet came out a couple weeks ago and her and her assistant fawned over him(as usual, they love the little booger) and are amazed at how much he's grown and actually looks like a horse now!


His face sums up how much he loves having his picture taken.


The clearer his mapping, the less hair he has!! So excited for summer!


Strike a pose


There are some times where you can obviously see his "lazy" ear, such as this picture illustrates.


His hair is amazingly long = gets amazingly knotted


His adorable worried face

That's all for now :)
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Good God, that mane!
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post #68 of 679 Old 03-02-2014, 11:42 PM
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Good God, that mane!
Hahaha I know! Idk how the heck he does it. The only thing I do with it is comb it when it gets tangled and braid it when it's windy/hot. His tail is a few inches from touching the ground, too! I'm thinking of chopping his mane off when it warms up(consistently. Dang Texas) and save it for jewelry and stuff.
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post #69 of 679 Old 03-02-2014, 11:42 PM
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Can I cut some of Henny's mane off and tie it to Stryders? <.< and maybe some of that tail too? I have super glue ready!
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post #70 of 679 Old 03-02-2014, 11:44 PM
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Can I cut some of Henny's mane off and tie it to Stryders? <.< and maybe some of that tail too? I have super glue ready!
I'll mail some to you ;) I was actually just thinking that Henny could share his gift with Stryder LOL!
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