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    03-24-2012, 11:44 AM
  #21
Weanling
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Originally Posted by csimkunas6    
Haha I hate it! I really do, gets all in my mouth, and then I start breathing it, just not my idea of fun! Lol.....thats so crazy though! A few people have told me he looks like horses they know, or have seen....
Ikr? Plus I have allergies, so it's like two times worse.:/ Sometimes I'm like, should I just give you a whole body clip so I don't have to go through this, lol, but I'm like nahhh, I'll just live with it, lol.
     
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    03-24-2012, 05:36 PM
  #22
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by Country Woman    
Rodeo is going to be handsome when he sheds
He is handsome now too
I love when he is all shed out, his coat looks great! IMO anyways.....thanks CW!

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Originally Posted by HorseLovinLady    
Hairy or not he's still a handsome boy!! Tequila looks like a wooly mamoth right now lol.
Haha thanks...Rodeo's not far behind looking like a woolly mammoth! Lol

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Originally Posted by HorsePoornBigSky    
Rodeo looks good. He's going to be a big boy! I bet he was happy to have his teeth done. I remember when Sage was done, she had a wolf tooth removed as well.
He seems a lot happier, he was a little slow when I went out yesterday, but considering it was just a day after, Im not surprised, the dentist said that he would probably be sore, and not quite himself for a day or two. Im hoping that tomorrow he will be back to his normal self....as for the broom...my gosh, he just loves to play with things! Lol

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Originally Posted by karebear444    
Playing with the broom

Love the pick of him try to sweep the floor. He's cute in all his fuzzy glory! Just curious, how old is he? I just had a wolf tooth extracted from my mare last spring and she was 6 at the time. Her dentist was also shocked
Hah thank you! He will be 2yrs old April 11th. So he's still a baby, I had the dentist, and the vet check his teeth because he was acting like they were sore, wasnt eating things quite right, and was dropping food more that he ever had.....the final point to get his teeth checked it right after I had the bit in his mouth, and he was bucking, throwing his head, and just trying to get it off the entire time, which wasnt like him so....

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Originally Posted by Patriot    
With the kind of spring we're having that winter coat won't last much longer, mine are loosing it by the bucket loads.
Im surprised he's not loosing it like that yet, the weather here is crazy warm!

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Originally Posted by PaintHorseMares    
Our Cinnamon (that looks a lot like your Rodeo) who has the longest, shaggy winter coat of our mares, is always the last to shed. As of this morning, she is still hanging dearly on to that coat, hardly shedding at all yet.
Hes like that too, all of the other horses look like they are just about done, but this is Rodeo's first time not in the WV/Ohio area so Im thinking that may have something to do with it.

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Originally Posted by Saddlebag    
With our unseasonably warm temps both my horses are um...grey. They are laying down a lot in the mud to cool off. One is supposed to be a black and the other a bay. If someone would explain how to post a pic I have a hilarious one of the bay.
Omg! I thought I was just seeing things when I brought him in and he had grey/white all over him! Lol

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Originally Posted by Dark Intentions    
Ikr? Plus I have allergies, so it's like two times worse.:/ Sometimes I'm like, should I just give you a whole body clip so I don't have to go through this, lol, but I'm like nahhh, I'll just live with it, lol.
Oh my, I couldnt imagine having allergies, that would just take it to a whole new level! Hope you make it through shedding season quickly and allergy free!, Well, as much as possible ;)
     
    03-24-2012, 06:27 PM
  #23
Teen Forum Moderator
Uh-oh, someone's butt is growing too fast again! XD I'm right there with you though, Clyd is (finally) in a growth spurt as well and looks even worse. Ahaha. Cowboy is such a handsome boy though, and theres a good chance that he could be as tall as 15.3 or even 16hh at this rate!

He's so cute when he's shedding though. If he wasn't standing next to your husband, I would of almost asked if he was a pony. He's as hairy as Sour is, and she's a mini!
     
    03-24-2012, 06:49 PM
  #24
Yearling
Hahaha!! I told Huey that I was so tired of brushing mud and mud and more mud off - I wanted to stick him in a hot oven so that mud would harden up and I could just break it off him with a mallet. And he's got a big white blaze that is shedding and now he wants me to rub it *all* the time, and we get so many little white hairs pouring off him it looks like a snowstorm in the barn.

Love your boy's cute face!!
     
    03-24-2012, 09:40 PM
  #25
Yearling
[QUOTE=csimkunas6;1421067]Hahah tell me about it! Bad part about today is that after I brushed him, I had to actually go into a store on my way back!! Lmao QUOTE]

Haha I go to the store in the evening all the time after having been at the barn. The way I see it, I had more fun for the past few hours than all those other women dolled up in dress clothes
The past week or so I really had to reconsider, though, with multiple colors of shed horse hair all over me.
     
    03-26-2012, 01:00 PM
  #26
Weanling
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Originally Posted by Endiku    
Uh-oh, someone's butt is growing too fast again! XD I'm right there with you though, Clyd is (finally) in a growth spurt as well and looks even worse. Ahaha. Cowboy is such a handsome boy though, and theres a good chance that he could be as tall as 15.3 or even 16hh at this rate!

He's so cute when he's shedding though. If he wasn't standing next to your husband, I would of almost asked if he was a pony. He's as hairy as Sour is, and she's a mini!
I was riding this AM on a back street I came acrossed a horse that's looked just like rodeo same markings.
no way right.
If ypu see hoofprints up a dirt road that's was me.
Hek where I live everything is a dirtroad
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    03-26-2012, 01:20 PM
  #27
Yearling
What a handsome fella :). I'm very fortunate that we have had nice weather the past few weeks, plus blankets all winter, so the horses aren't really shedding all that bad :).
     
    03-26-2012, 04:27 PM
  #28
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by Endiku    
Uh-oh, someone's butt is growing too fast again! XD I'm right there with you though, Clyd is (finally) in a growth spurt as well and looks even worse. Ahaha. Cowboy is such a handsome boy though, and theres a good chance that he could be as tall as 15.3 or even 16hh at this rate!

He's so cute when he's shedding though. If he wasn't standing next to your husband, I would of almost asked if he was a pony. He's as hairy as Sour is, and she's a mini!
It is! He seems to even out, and then get all out of whack again and again ahhah. But yes....he gets so hairy! He gets a little bit of feathering going on, hah, which I think is adorable. Can't wait until he is all done shedding though!

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Originally Posted by ThursdayNext    
Hahaha!! I told Huey that I was so tired of brushing mud and mud and more mud off - I wanted to stick him in a hot oven so that mud would harden up and I could just break it off him with a mallet. And he's got a big white blaze that is shedding and now he wants me to rub it *all* the time, and we get so many little white hairs pouring off him it looks like a snowstorm in the barn.

Love your boy's cute face!!
Hah oh my gosh tell me about it! I went out and gave Rodeo a full groom yesterday, went back out today and its as if he's been out there for weeks untouched! Lol....thank you though!

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Originally Posted by csimkunas6    
Hahah tell me about it! Bad part about today is that after I brushed him, I had to actually go into a store on my way back!! Lmao QUOTE]

Haha I go to the store in the evening all the time after having been at the barn. The way I see it, I had more fun for the past few hours than all those other women dolled up in dress clothes
The past week or so I really had to reconsider, though, with multiple colors of shed horse hair all over me.
Haha that is very true...lately though, theres no way, after the barn, Im covered in red hairs, white hairs, and whatever color of all the horses I petted at the barn! Lol

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Originally Posted by dirtroadangel    
I was riding this AM on a back street I came acrossed a horse that's looked just like rodeo same markings.
no way right.
If ypu see hoofprints up a dirt road that's was me.
Hek where I live everything is a dirtroad
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Wow! That's awesome!! I need to see some of them! Lmao I always thought his markings were super unique but more and more people are saying how they thought they saw him! Lol

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Originally Posted by palominolover    
What a handsome fella :). I'm very fortunate that we have had nice weather the past few weeks, plus blankets all winter, so the horses aren't really shedding all that bad :).
Thank you! Im jealous! I didnt think he would grow such a thick coat considering we really didnt have a winter, but my gosh does he have a lot of hair! Lol
     
    03-26-2012, 08:19 PM
  #29
Weanling
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Originally Posted by csimkunas6    
Oh my, I couldnt imagine having allergies, that would just take it to a whole new level! Hope you make it through shedding season quickly and allergy free!, Well, as much as possible ;)
Yeah, it's pretty ruff, lol. So far the shedding season has been somewhat kind to me, so far I'm not sneezing or have watery eyes, just trouble breathing in all the dust.
     

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