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        07-02-2012, 06:21 PM
      #21
    Yearling
    One thing I love about Sophie? I cannot think of only one thing I love EVERYTHING about my girl.

    Patsy? Her FIRE.
    Diamond? His HEART
    Sasha? Her class clown personality...
         
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        07-02-2012, 07:18 PM
      #22
    Yearling
    The sweet face she makes after a ride and brush-out, when she's hoping there just might be a carrot waiting for her before going back to the pasture:
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        07-02-2012, 07:22 PM
      #23
    Green Broke
    Poncho- thinks for him self, isnt the typical gelding
    Sunny- has heart and willing to do whatever I ask
    Camo- the best filly ever fast learner<3
         
        07-02-2012, 07:39 PM
      #24
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    I like this idea
    Mr. Vacation - not sure yet I like that does not hold a grudge and I like his potential to be a total mush.
    Harry - he is super sensitive which means I have to be soft but firm and brave for him. Those are all challenges so I guess I like the person he wants me to be and that I have to be around him.
    Burt- she is like a great comfy pair of slippers. I like that she is clever (unties knots) and we can go for a year or more without riding and when I get on we fall back into the same pattern.
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        07-02-2012, 07:46 PM
      #25
    Foal
    I'm still getting to know her (only had her a week!), but so far I love her personality. She's just so chill about everything, and so willing to work. You can tell when she's focused, because her lower lip starts flapping away, lol
         
        07-02-2012, 08:12 PM
      #26
    Foal
    Roxie-her diva personality, and how it completely changes when it's time to go to work and chase a cow.
    Badger-I love that he just about only needs to look at hay to stay fat!
    Scot-He is so easy going. Tell him what to do, he does it....NO DRAMA! Any serious problem he seems to already have the answer to and is just waiting for me to catch up.
    Clyde-He'll do anything I need him to do. Trail ride, move cows, help start other colts, but at the end of the day I can take him out to the field and FLY!
         
        07-02-2012, 08:47 PM
      #27
    Weanling
    Mick: He LOVES having sunscreen rubbed into his nose. We live in AZ and he has a big blaze, so it's a daily ritual to rub a little sunscreen into the part not covered by his fly mask. He closes his eyes and learns into my hands, sighing. Melts my heart!
         
        07-02-2012, 09:32 PM
      #28
    Yearling
    Lincoln: AHHMAZING smoothness, even when he trips on the trail the odd time it's smooth. His lope is like a rocking horse, and his trot doesn't even feel like he's trotting.
    Wedgewood: Hard-headed, VERY stubborn, if you give him an inch he'll take three miles. That's honestly what I like about him, he keeps me on my toes, and once you get him respecting you he is one heck of a horse. AHHHMAZZZING jumping potential.

    Claira: Such a sweetheart, LOVING personality, maybe not the smoothest, but energy to spare.

    PJ: ENERGY, ENERGY, ENERGY ;P. Just an awesome fun horse to ride.

    Henry: I call him the barns cuddle-bug, always looking for snuggles, just wants to be loved on.

    July; Keeps me on my toes. ENERGY again. VERRRY spooky, but once you get through to him, he has such good dressage potential.

    Boston. Trained as a western pleasure horse, so he has SUUUUCH a smooth lope. He feels like a rocking chair. His trot, not so much ;P. He's also REALLLY testy, so he needs a firm hand ( which is the kind of horse I click with the best). He's a lazzzzy butt though ;P.

    Echo: ENERGY dripping off of him, lovely smooth gaits. Verry forgiving, but a bit of a ladies man ;P.
         
        07-02-2012, 09:57 PM
      #29
    Yearling
    And more ;P
    Sailor: Sailor was euthanized a year ago after becoming a known rearer. He was pushed to hard as a young horse, so he became an unstable horse. I loved sailor he may not have been the smoothest horse but he tried his heart out for you, if you gave him a chance. He still had a willing attitude even though he was abused.

    Homer: First horse I ever loped on, first horse I rode besides a camp horse. Smooth, smooth, smooth. Lope was like a rocking horse, and his trot almost felt like he was racking even though he was a quarter horse ;p.

    Finn: Such a sweetheart. Adorable personality. Easy-going, dependable, confidence giver. Just a total doll.

    Will: Short, with attitude ;P. Lazzzzy, lazzzy, lazzzy ;P But once he knew you meant business he was all there for you. He's one of my favourites when I want to just go on the trail and watch the sunset.

    Nasty: Used to rear ( hence the name), but he became one of my favourites. Smooth, energy, and just really relaxed on the ground. He LOVES to give horsey snuggles, he's just a sweetheart.

    Trouble: My first camp horse. He loved, loved, loved to eat on the trail. He taught me a lot about how to become a horsewomen. LOVES barrel racing, and pole bending. He was such a speed lover.

    Buddy: Test, test, test ;P. Truly taught me how to control a horse. We had a lot of arguments, thankfully I won all. Really taught me about how to ride.

    JT. Such a smooth, energy filled horse. Loved to go, loved to try new things. Just pretty much loved everything that was thrown at him. Even though he is young he is still so dependable.

    Leo: 40 years and still teaching kids how to ride. He has such an easygoing personality, and loves his job. Leo was an abuse case, but he turned a full turn, and became a dependable horse.

    Cajun. Tough to ride, tough to crack. Really tested his boundaries, and know what buttons to push. I straightened him out and we made a lovely pair.
         
        07-02-2012, 11:11 PM
      #30
    Weanling
    My horse is stubborn and headstrong, but if he is scared of something when I am handwalking him he will hide behind me and reminds me of a little child. It makes me think of my teenage daughter who is so rebellious and confident ,but there are moments when she still hides behind mom and says "I'm scared".
         

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