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post #1 of 29 Old 10-17-2011, 07:14 PM Thread Starter
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mini burrito vs ex wild stallion

Sam Elliott is now 4 months out of the wild and gentle enough to turn out with my little herd. Both he and Murray have become the best of friends and are always playing with each other. The photos make the playing look a lot more vicious than it is;) I cannot explain how happy I am to be able to let him out with Cameo and the Mur Man. I just love him to pieces!











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aw they are cute, they really play rough...
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Murray is a rough and tough little guy! He may only stand at 34" but he has the heart and soul of an 18hh stallion!

I wanted to change my subject line because they are both geldings. Lol Sam is just and ex stallion and from the wild.
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Bahaha, it is so funny to watch those little 'uns play with the big 'uns. They try to act so tough and the big guys just tolerate it and play back enough to make the little guy feel big LOL. Looks like they were having a ball and I'm sure that SE is glad to have a herd to socialize with again .
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Bahaha, it is so funny to watch those little 'uns play with the big 'uns. They try to act so tough and the big guys just tolerate it and play back enough to make the little guy feel big LOL. Looks like they were having a ball and I'm sure that SE is glad to have a herd to socialize with again .

He is very happy to have a herd to socialize with again! He asserted himself as the leader of the herd within the first 15 minutes of being out with them. Cameo is head over heels that she has a boyfriend now lol. Murray doesn't try to hump her anymore and you can tell she is very appreciative. You are so right! He does play just hard enough to make Murray feel big! I love how Sam puts his head high in the air and Mur jumps up to try and grab his crest and when he can't reach he bites him in the knee and grabs his crest as soon as Sam lowers his head from being bit. They are hilarious!
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Great pics!!! Murray sure thinks he's big stuff huh!?!
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Great pics!!! Murray sure thinks he's big stuff huh!?!

LOLZ!!!!! He is the only one who doesn't realize that he is a very tiny donk! This is what he would do to my poor mare daily until Sam Elliott got introduced to the herd! She is 15.1 pushing 15.2 and even with the assistance of the hill he is always at least 12" from reaching his goal lol! He is the definition of persistence!

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you got a killer donk on your hands! :P
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