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        09-11-2008, 07:16 AM
    2nd Anniversary :(

    I was just thinking, & next weekend will be the 2yr Anniverery of when I traded my gelding,Fury, for my current broodmare. He was the first baby I ever raised and the first horse I ever broke.At 2yrs old I took him out on trails in only a lead rope and a halter. I spent every waking moment with him. Unfortunatly he was a RMHxTWH, so he couldnt be registered or shown...which was super important to me,or so I thought. My cousin [extrainer] brought a guy down to look at a yearling I had & I was riding Fury & he rode him [when these pics were taken], and commented onliking him. A few months later he called and made me an offer I felt I couldnt refuse - a unregistered sorrel gelding to a broke reg. Chocolate mare. Both were 2 at the time, & 15.2hh.Well I traded and havent been the same since. I was depressed for weeks. The place he went to was amazing though...they kept the horses in single didgits so they could work with them all,ect.I want him back soo bad & am going to try to buy him back eventually.Maybe this coming spring. I miss him so much. I can't believe I did that to him. Ill never get that close to another horse again. Breeze means nothing to be compared to him. Oh great, now I got myself crying :(. Anyway, I just thought I would express so emotion to try to help relieve some self hatred. I miss Fury!

    This pic is wayy old as you can see from the date

    Here are his current owner when he first saw him -he had been undersaddle for about 2weeks at the most here.

    Here is the last pic I ever took of him....

    BTW,some of you may remember my 3yr old that died,June...well this is her full brother. :(
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        09-11-2008, 07:25 AM
    Aww sucha cutey :)
    Atleast you know where he is, and that he is getting looked after, that's the main thing... look at the positives 8) I know its hard, by try
        09-11-2008, 10:56 AM
    Green Broke
    Looks like he could sure hit a lick!

    I say where there's a will there's a way - keep your chin up!
        09-11-2008, 01:55 PM
    Green Broke
    Things always work out the way they're supposed to....maybe he's not out of your life completely yet. Chin up :)

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