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post #1 of 4 Old 10-07-2012, 04:51 PM Thread Starter
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Talking "Finding" my old horse!

I thought I would write this down as I couldn't bare to forget the wonderful night I had

I guess I should give you the background of my old horse & the situation I'm in now..for quickies, here we have it: Misty was my old lease horse, I fell in love with her over 2 years. The summer that just left us was the summer where we were going to take showing to a new level, and at the end I was going to purchase her after the summer full lease. She began acting up and throwing people so only I rode her..one day I left for vacation and I came back on my birthday to see her & she was gone..I stopped riding so seriously because I became so sad over it and couldn't handle it. At the end of the summer I did end up getting a horse but I still missed Misty.

SOOOO, yesterday I had a dream. I was in a pasture, it was so dreamy. It was a grain field and everything had a glowing feel to it...it must of been mid afternoon and it was such a happy atmosphere. Then I heard a neigh, I knew who it was from the beginning. Misty's. Then I looked over and I saw her body walking over. She was happy, safe, and healthy. As if she was trying to tell me she was okay. I woke up with tears down my eyes, I was so happy..

Anyone else have an experience like this?
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post #2 of 4 Old 10-07-2012, 05:11 PM
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Not involving horses, but my step-mother had a similar experience several months after my father passed away. In her dream he told her that everything was ok. She too awakened with tears. Do you suppose the mare has passed on? Sometimes people experience this at the time of passing of a much loved one. My hubby worked 300 mi. distant and I was watching tv. Suddenly, I was on my feet and feeling wrestless. Something was wrong, but what? Didn't sleep that night. Late the following afternoon hubby called. I answered the phone with "What happened?", not hello. He'd been in an accident during a snow storm, not seriously hurt but spent the night in hospital. The times coincided with my suddenly fit of wrestlessness. We were both kind of stunned that I had sensed this.
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Wow...dreams are crazy things. I really don't know where she is or the health condition she is in, but seeing she left because she was deemed to dangerous to be ridden, it could of been possible that she was put down. I do know when she left she was going back to her old barn, but something could of happened. She was in perfect condition and I was going to describe the pasture as "heaven like" but it sounded cheesy..so who knows what really happened. I will try to find out as soon as I can, hopefully she is okay.
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post #4 of 4 Old 10-07-2012, 05:36 PM
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That's a very good dream, I'm sure that's what it was.

There is a horse I worked with for years, I love him more than pretty much anything (don't tell my fiance :P). I know the home he's in isn't good enough for him, but the owner's won't sell. All I can do is remind them when I visit that I'll pay anything for him when they want to sell. It stinks to be in this situation.

I'm glad you had a good feeling from her, keep watching sales ads, you never know.
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