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        10-20-2011, 11:46 PM
      #21
    Yearling
    My QH is the brains and teaches he others how to get out. Last year we were woken up with 5 guys at our door asking "do you own 2 horses?" they were ares over a mile from home. They helped get them (not really good) I got on and rode my QH home. That happened a few times there was some cold rides home.

    I don't worry too much they alway come home where he food is. My QH after my moms horse passed would get out everyday for 2 weeks. He would visit the cows a mile away and come home and eat grass in the lawn.

    I don't worry much we just put up a four heavy duty wire fence up for the winter. They get hay twice a day and stay in now :).
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        11-01-2011, 12:58 PM
      #22
    Green Broke
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    Originally Posted by Stephie    
    I do worry for my Eli all the time! I do worry about him getting out, - but more for people getting in.
    (You see, we have had LOTS of illegal horse slaughters recently around South Florida.. It's horrible, people actually break into others property and slaughter pet horses for meat! -.- [Sorry if gruesome])
    Anyways, I am beginning to calm down a bit as I partial board him in a very good quality neighborhood, the owners look out for the horses ALL the time, and I even have a lock on his stall door... and that makes a lot of people think, "What is he some registered show horse worth millions?" Maybe not, but he's worth the WORLD to me <3
    You may want to reconsider locking his stall door. In an emergency he could be in real trouble.
         

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