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Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: South East Texas
I'm definitely trying to! Unfortunately she's been alone 90% of her life (she has a sad, sad story. It breaks my heart.) so she never did develope social skills, so finding a horse on our farm that is willing to 'teach her' without being too hard on her and injuring her has been difficult. She was in with two other mares, but they pushed her into a corner and never let her eat the hay. Then she was with a donkey but he ignored her and kicked if she got too colse. Someone else told me they probably recognize that she's the weakest link in the herd and want to always outcast her.
I have a promising prospect for a pasture buddy that I introduced her to today though, so I'm pretty excited. I hope it works out! Poor gal really does want to be with other horses but just doesn't understand how to interact with them.
He looks amazing! Tall, too.
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