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post #1 of 7 Old 05-21-2010, 03:18 PM Thread Starter
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Ding dong broke the fence

Arizona just HAD to push his fat head through the fence to get to the grass on the other side, and his big stupid chest broke the 2x4 rail

Now he's all pissy because we can't turn them out until we fix it tonight.

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post #2 of 7 Old 05-21-2010, 03:36 PM
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I had to laugh at your title

Sorry to hear that he broke the fence, I guess the grass is greener on the other side


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post #3 of 7 Old 05-21-2010, 03:57 PM
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sorry to hear that. My horses have gotten smarter then even that. They chew on the boards first so they don't have to push so hard I swear my brothers out there at least every 2 weeks fixing 1-2 boards. :P
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sorry to hear that. My horses have gotten smarter then even that. They chew on the boards first so they don't have to push so hard I swear my brothers out there at least every 2 weeks fixing 1-2 boards. :P
Those horses are very clever. My horse just sits on the fence and it snaps... 2000 lbs is hard to hold up lol

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Lol my mini takes the shock of the electric fence and bellies under the split rail to get out! Or she did until we increased the shock quite a bit....now she stays INside the pasture
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post #6 of 7 Old 05-21-2010, 06:41 PM
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LOL I noticed my gelding today was leaning with his whole face against a the end fencepost that my gate is chained to. And I kept watching and wondering why he was doing it til I noticed he was PUSHING ON THE POST! After what I assume has been a few days he's got it on an angle and then shoves his head between the gate & post to eat the grass! And his pasture is full of green grass now! Guess it's always greener on the other side..

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LOL I noticed my gelding today was leaning with his whole face against a the end fencepost that my gate is chained to. And I kept watching and wondering why he was doing it til I noticed he was PUSHING ON THE POST! After what I assume has been a few days he's got it on an angle and then shoves his head between the gate & post to eat the grass! And his pasture is full of green grass now! Guess it's always greener on the other side..
That's what's so funny about it. The grass is literally greener on HIS side of the fence!! DUH!!! Silly horse.

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