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post #11 of 28 Old 05-04-2012, 01:43 PM
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Oh my gawd; you have to be one of the best mothers ever!!! I'd probably faint if my mother brought me home such a good looking horse!

He looks so cute and... well cuddly. Glad you found someone that fits you guys! Congrazts!!
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Oh my gawd; you have to be one of the best mothers ever!!! I'd probably faint if my mother brought me home such a good looking horse!

He looks so cute and... well cuddly. Glad you found someone that fits you guys! Congrazts!!
I immediately fell in love with him. When she walked him out and I saw that mane and those huge feet, I was both highly curious and smitten. My partner keeps calling him a mini Clydesdale. He is a SUPER quiet gelding. He did so well for me yesterday in the worst circumstance ever after being stalled for a month. When I let him loose before leaving he ran around our huge pasture for a good 30 minutes just doing happy laps.

I'm soooo excited about his potential!
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I immediately fell in love with him. When she walked him out and I saw that mane and those huge feet, I was both highly curious and smitten. My partner keeps calling him a mini Clydesdale. He is a SUPER quiet gelding. He did so well for me yesterday in the worst circumstance ever after being stalled for a month. When I let him loose before leaving he ran around our huge pasture for a good 30 minutes just doing happy laps.

I'm soooo excited about his potential!
I bet he's going to be amazing, I love the sound of his personality! I hope you get a bunch of pictures on his first ride out
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Congrats! You know that once he is settled in horse & kiddo pictures are mandatory, right?

Life is like a camera. Focus on what's important, Capture the good times, Develop from the negatives and if things don't work out, Take another shot.
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Congrats! You know that once he is settled in horse & kiddo pictures are mandatory, right?
Of course! I need to buy her a child's saddle so she can actually sit correctly instead of riding in my huge barrel saddle.
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I like the name "Boxer". Or "Hamish" (Scottish name)
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I immediately fell in love with him. When she walked him out and I saw that mane and those huge feet, I was both highly curious and smitten. My partner keeps calling him a mini Clydesdale. He is a SUPER quiet gelding. He did so well for me yesterday in the worst circumstance ever after being stalled for a month. When I let him loose before leaving he ran around our huge pasture for a good 30 minutes just doing happy laps.

I'm soooo excited about his potential!


More like-.after being turned to pasture eating extremely good hay for a couple months
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More like-.after being turned to pasture eating extremely good hay for a couple months
Haha. I meant worst circumstances as in he came right off the trailer, had 3 new mares running circles around, had driven home almost an hour, etc. I thought he was stalled to help with his not wanting to be caught.

I reread my post and realized that sounded wrong. I meant that he was definitely put to the test as far as temperament goes, and he passed with flying colors. =)
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Lol yeah, I was going to say...xD he was rarely stuck in a stall. Hence the few missing patches of hair from being harassed by a 2 yr old.xD
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Haha. Is the two year old the cute little sorrel with the star that was in the pasture on the other side from the mare and foal? My partner liked that one and was curious about it.

We couldn't have made a worse environment for his first ride, but even under the ultimate test, he did SO well. I am very, very happy with him.

It says a lot to pasture a horse for several months and for it to ride as well as he did. =D
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