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post #5141 of 7202 Old 11-30-2012, 10:29 AM
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I had a horse that used to try and steal peoples drinks all the time. It was kind of cute. My friends horse is a known hot dog theif, and chip theif, and anything that may be in a persons hand standing close to him. She has to post warning signs on her stall at horse shows lol.
hahaha my horse is like that. He just HAS TO try whatever I'm eating if I'm eating something near him. Notorious burger ring thief - he stole the bag off me once and went tearing off around the paddock - and he'll eat literally any kind of fruit and most kinds of vegetable. He tried to steal a ham sandwich off me once and he LOVES cheese.

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post #5142 of 7202 Old 11-30-2012, 10:50 AM
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hahaha my horse is like that. He just HAS TO try whatever I'm eating if I'm eating something near him. Notorious burger ring thief - he stole the bag off me once and went tearing off around the paddock - and he'll eat literally any kind of fruit and most kinds of vegetable. He tried to steal a ham sandwich off me once and he LOVES cheese.
I had doritos one day at the barn and was offering them to my mare. She would take it in her mouth for a second, spit it out and turn her lip up. She is a super fussy eater(to the point I can't even put cool cals, fluid flex, minerals or anything not a pellet in her feed). So she will sniff then make ugly faces. I keep offering her stuff just because the face is so funny lol.
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post #5143 of 7202 Old 11-30-2012, 10:54 AM
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I had doritos one day at the barn and was offering them to my mare. She would take it in her mouth for a second, spit it out and turn her lip up. She is a super fussy eater(to the point I can't even put cool cals, fluid flex, minerals or anything not a pellet in her feed). So she will sniff then make ugly faces. I keep offering her stuff just because the face is so funny lol.
My childhood pony ate and drank all sorts of stuff. Her fave was spearmint flavoured milk, but oddest thing she was partial to was jerky

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post #5144 of 7202 Old 11-30-2012, 11:04 AM
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lol NB I have one who won't even try treats. She's a suspicious eater but not a picky eater [she's easy to worm, will eat feeds with bute in them and I don't even have to put any molasses in]... I know that doesn't outwardly make much sense but have you ever known a person who will eat things that are absolutely gross, but won't try anything new? She's like that. Her "treat" is a palmful of pellets, because that's all she'll even try. She doesn't know what carrot/apple/etc is, so she won't try it.

With Mum's pony and my gelding, on the other hand, if the human is eating it, it must be food, and therefore they must try it.
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post #5145 of 7202 Old 11-30-2012, 11:31 AM
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I had doritos one day at the barn and was offering them to my mare. She would take it in her mouth for a second, spit it out and turn her lip up. She is a super fussy eater(to the point I can't even put cool cals, fluid flex, minerals or anything not a pellet in her feed). So she will sniff then make ugly faces. I keep offering her stuff just because the face is so funny lol.
Haha I have one who doesn't smell before he tries stuff and he usually finds out he won't like it. Results in funny faces. I usually try to give him whatever he spit out again right after he spits it out and that time is when he smells it Like you I keep offering him stuff because I like the faces hahaha.

I gave my appy a piece of a coconut cookie once, he promptly spit it out and literally acted like and looked like he was gagging from the taste. It was definitely a sight he looked like when you give a baby something they don't like and they do the gaggy face haha gotta love em.
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post #5146 of 7202 Old 11-30-2012, 11:48 AM
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I've fed my horse all sorts of things, but the only thing he really spit out and hated was ravioli. I was eating it in the barn one day and he wouldn't leave me alone so I finally gave him a little piece and he hated it!
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post #5147 of 7202 Old 11-30-2012, 12:08 PM
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So, my BO's horse LOVES iced tea. I mean, LOVES it. We will often ride down to this restaurant and as soon as we get there, one of the waitresses already has an iced tea ready for him and brings it out! It's hilarious to watch.
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post #5148 of 7202 Old 11-30-2012, 02:24 PM
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When I had my first horse, she used to drink my Dad's beer! If he was working in the pasture or anywhere near her, she would find his beer grab it by the top tip her head back and not spill a drop! Used to get him so mad when he had just opened a fresh cold one, and hid it so she couldn't find it only to turn around and see the empty beer at her feet and her with a horsey smile on her face!
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post #5149 of 7202 Old 11-30-2012, 03:52 PM
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speaking of strange things horses eat. Do horses eat bananas? Is it bad for them?

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post #5150 of 7202 Old 11-30-2012, 03:57 PM
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Mine do, HCG, and to no ill effects. I'm REALLY picky with 'nanas so if they're too ripe I usually end up giving them to the horses. Plus if I eat a banana anywhere near my gelding he WILL steal it.

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