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    12-11-2012, 07:17 PM
He looks rather intrigued by your boyfriend working away lol. That's a great pic!
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    12-11-2012, 07:30 PM
Originally Posted by Tarpan    
I do work out in the pasture and put my boy on a tie out to graze. After he gets bored with that he hangs his head over the gate to watch me work. When I'm done I groom him and turn him back in. It doesn't sound like much but he sure seems to like watching me work.

Here's a picture of him inside the pasture watching my boyfriend work on his shed.

My pony would be trying to help me 'hold the ladder'. =D
He's always watching and wondering what I'm doing when I'm out in pasture but not paying him any attention. Because, of course, how dare I not give him all my attention all the time?!
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    12-12-2012, 11:12 AM
Haha that's cute. He really does look fascinated :P

Unfortunately, I don't have the luxury of living on the property with my horses. I'm jealous of the people who have that capability lol. Maybe one day....

There are mares in the field with mine that will come up to me if mine doesn't. So then Callie would look at me probably thinking I'm a traitor before going back to grazing. She's low man on the totem pole, I think. Some of the mares will try chasing her away or chomping her butt while I'm leading her :/ So I can't stay in her field. I just feel so repetitive sometimes that I don't want to bore her with the same thing everyday

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