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post #1 of 7 Old 07-06-2013, 08:50 PM Thread Starter
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Guess who found the mud...

Pigpen of course! I swear this horse has the uncanny ability to sniff out the smallest clod of mud.

He could be this:
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But instead he likes being...well....this...
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post #2 of 7 Old 07-07-2013, 10:23 AM
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I wish I could have taken a photo of my horse at his worst!!!
My horse is white, but when we got to the barn one day, somehow he had turned into a choclate color!!!!
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They are divining rods on four feet..every single one of them. I wish I had a pic of the chestnut I had in Louisiana. Anyone living Louisiana with horses knows about the grey mud/dirt. Wet it is thick and dark and dries to about the color of dark cement. This mare had the ability to locate the one puddle that remained somewhere in the paddock (it was covered with trees) even after three weeks of New Orleans style temps (horse was boarded in Slidell) temps with no rain, and roll. I quit trying to brush it out as it took me a good hour and a half to get it all off so I always resorted to the hose..it was like watching a magic color change right before your eyes...dark gray to chestnut in 10 minutes (Ok more like 15), like a cloak falling away. She was usually pretty ticked at me and always gave me this expression like "do you know how hard I worked to look like this?" I swear she must have been a dark gray something in a past life.
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post #4 of 7 Old 07-07-2013, 11:00 AM
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Pigpen of course! I swear this horse has the uncanny ability to sniff out the smallest clod of mud.

He could be this:
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But instead he likes being...well....this...
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Feel free to share your fellow pigpens ;P
The horse looks like he just wanted dapples...:) Those darker mud spots....

Or he wants to be an Appaloosa....
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The horse looks like he just wanted dapples...:) Those darker mud spots....

Or he wants to be an Appaloosa....
He doeshave dapples though lol he just likes making his own I guess.

And he is 1/4 appy but has no spots so maybe your right. Its like identity crisis or something!

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post #6 of 7 Old 07-07-2013, 06:24 PM
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It's pretty interesting the pattern of those darker mudspots....makes you wonder if the appy spots from his 1/4 side are sneaking out with the mud. :) His clean self is very nice.
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