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        07-19-2011, 09:49 PM
    LOL, ^ my horse does this also, its so cute (: And yeah, Im a sucker for lips too They are SUPER cute!!! Here is my horse doing that foot thing (Oh, IMO he has a cute butt) :P (you can't see his foot real well but you can see how his weight shifts.)
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        07-20-2011, 02:38 AM
    Judah, my Mustang has a really cute lip droop too! I have so much fun just playing with it and he just looks at me like "Seriously?" (=
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        07-20-2011, 02:56 AM
    Had\have a few with floppy lips. One mare was notorious for letting it fill with slobber (darn clover!) And then letting out all over your sleeve. I was just a kid and it seemed like it was a bucket full, gross!
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