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    01-16-2012, 05:19 AM
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Green Broke
Scarey Objects on the horse :D

I was despooking the boys this arvo because they don't like plastic of umbrellas as I discovered.

They both soon realised the plastic was pretty boring and the umbrella opening and closing wasn't going to kill them. I still need to work on the umbrella with Sam, at first he spooked towards the scarey object and just about trampled me in the process the goober. I don't know how he managed not to stand on me but anyway here are some pics.

Being bored
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Upset cause I'm ruining his badass image lol
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Him wearing the sexy hat hehe
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Feel free to share any photos of horses with spooky stuff I need more ideas!!!
     
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    01-16-2012, 09:46 AM
  #2
Green Broke
Too funny.. What a good boy!!
     
    01-16-2012, 03:21 PM
  #3
Green Broke
Hahaha great pics! He looks thrilled....lmao!

Ill try to get some of Rodeo tomorrow...we'll see what I can come up with ;P
     
    01-16-2012, 04:09 PM
  #4
Super Moderator
They'll get their revenge, when you least expect it!
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    01-16-2012, 04:33 PM
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Showing
The glove antlers are a great look!

One of my favorite things to desensitize with is a baby stroller w/one of my daughter's dolls that cries repetitively. I know mine won't be one jumping in some bystander's stroller at a show when the baby cries all of a sudden (Yes, I've seen it happen unfortunately.)

I hula hoop around them, work showmanship with party noisemakers in my mouth, jump unexpectedly - eventually they just think I'm nuts and expect me to do "stupid" things all the time.
     
    01-16-2012, 04:44 PM
  #6
Green Broke
Borrow someone's small child..... you'll have a spook-free horse in a matter of hours.

Mine let a dozen chickens out while I was riding.... yup, chickens ALL over the place and flapping in the horse's face. Decided to "ride" the portable saddle holder that was attached to a metal panel, CLANG, BANG, BANG. Multiple balls of various sizes "accidentally" rolled in front of the horse I was riding. A flapping small tarp (she was superman and going to fly off the arena fence!!). Lots of screaming and yelling..... not that non-horsey hubbies are any better, day after my new horse arrived, my hubby walked up next to it and dumped a stack of fence panels with a gigantic crash.

Tractors, 4-wheelers, air compressors that randomly turn on and re-compress the air and lawn chairs are all scary things.
     
    01-16-2012, 05:05 PM
  #7
Green Broke
Oh wow! ABUSE!!!

Lol
     
    01-16-2012, 10:37 PM
  #8
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by Taffy Clayton    
too funny.. What a good boy!!
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Originally Posted by csimkunas6    
Hahaha great pics! He looks thrilled....lmao!

Ill try to get some of Rodeo tomorrow...we'll see what I can come up with ;P
Thanks he tries his best.

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Originally Posted by tinyliny    
They'll get their revenge, when you least expect it!
I know what you mean but this is my revenge on him lol

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Originally Posted by MHFoundation Quarters    
The glove antlers are a great look!

One of my favorite things to desensitize with is a baby stroller w/one of my daughter's dolls that cries repetitively. I know mine won't be one jumping in some bystander's stroller at a show when the baby cries all of a sudden (Yes, I've seen it happen unfortunately.)

I hula hoop around them, work showmanship with party noisemakers in my mouth, jump unexpectedly - eventually they just think I'm nuts and expect me to do "stupid" things all the time.
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Originally Posted by Delfina    
Borrow someone's small child..... you'll have a spook-free horse in a matter of hours.

Mine let a dozen chickens out while I was riding.... yup, chickens ALL over the place and flapping in the horse's face. Decided to "ride" the portable saddle holder that was attached to a metal panel, CLANG, BANG, BANG. Multiple balls of various sizes "accidentally" rolled in front of the horse I was riding. A flapping small tarp (she was superman and going to fly off the arena fence!!). Lots of screaming and yelling..... not that non-horsey hubbies are any better, day after my new horse arrived, my hubby walked up next to it and dumped a stack of fence panels with a gigantic crash.

Tractors, 4-wheelers, air compressors that randomly turn on and re-compress the air and lawn chairs are all scary things.
Thanks for the ideas mine are pretty bombproof really, they can be ridden right next to highways with trucks and randomly have different sorts of bikes ride through their paddock and they can be ridden right past the shooting range without a problem. Of course they also know me so that's a lot of despooking in itself lol. They just seem to think silly things like an umbrella opening was deadly I found that one out by chance.

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Originally Posted by VanillaBean    
Oh wow! ABUSE!!!

Lol
I know what you mean I am down right cruel to them but they must love it becasue they keep coming back for more.
     
    01-17-2012, 12:15 AM
  #9
Trained
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Originally Posted by MHFoundation Quarters    
The glove antlers are a great look!

One of my favorite things to desensitize with is a baby stroller w/one of my daughter's dolls that cries repetitively. I know mine won't be one jumping in some bystander's stroller at a show when the baby cries all of a sudden (Yes, I've seen it happen unfortunately.)

I hula hoop around them, work showmanship with party noisemakers in my mouth, jump unexpectedly - eventually they just think I'm nuts and expect me to do "stupid" things all the time.
Please post the hula hoop video, we wanna see.
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