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post #1 of 8 Old 02-04-2011, 05:24 PM Thread Starter
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Funny Horse Experiances

Once I walked up to this horse in his stall. I was about to say hello to the chestnut gelding when he sneezed on my face and it all went in my eyes, nose and mouth! XD Then he naighed and tossed his head up and down. Everyone (including myself) was laughing. I was told he dows that to everyoine new person he meets.

Also, I was on this 32 year old mare named Misty. She was standing quietly and all of the sudden she was down on her knees, about to roll over, with me still on her! It was HI-LARIOUS
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post #2 of 8 Old 02-23-2011, 09:06 PM
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don't have any that funny but in EVERY photo my pony has her BIG tounge out......and my TBXCLYDE neighs like a girl and farts when he bucks

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post #3 of 8 Old 02-23-2011, 09:15 PM
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Something funny came out of a horrible experience... My belgian colt got loose, went to a friend's barn, and got into the dry beet pulp. Yeah I know alot of the experts are saying dry beet pulp is safe, but it's BS. He choked. Really bad. I brought him back home, and he had snot with strange chunks running out his nose... wouldn't eat, couldn't drink... it was scary. I phoned up a friend that helps the vet when he's in town, and she came and looked at him right away, and told me he was choking. Oh yeah, and she thought it looked like beet pulp in his snot . I was just really lucky my vet did the 3 hour drive each way. Saved my horse's life. $500 house call... $50 procedure. Tube down his nose, pumped in some water.. I was standing there holding the lead rope and then PLAAUGHHHH - he coughed out water and beet pulp and mucous all over me. But, we knew right then and there he was goign to be ok.
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post #4 of 8 Old 02-24-2011, 02:02 AM
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islandmudpony holy crap that would be so scary! glad he made it through ok! So I have a couple

the first is in a lesson a while back we were taking a water break since it was summer and 95+ outside and 84 in the AC indoor arena and I guess my mare was very tired because she fell asleep and when I leaned down to fiddle with my sturrup and cocked her right hind leg and I went on my nose lol it was the funniest thing! everyone was cracking up and she was looking down at me like 'mom? what are you doing on the ground?'

my jr stallion is completely in LOVE with his reflection! We have mirrors along the short sides of our indoor and he "puffs" up whenever he goes past and sees his reflection lol he will also "talk" to himself in the mirror lol

one of the stallions we have in for training is in love with me lol every time he hears my voice dosnt have to physically SEE me just hearing me is enough he will whinny at the top of his lungs and do his studdly grunt it cracks me up..

i have more but i need to be getting off here and to bed!

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post #5 of 8 Old 02-24-2011, 08:15 AM
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Lol, Phoenix! I will have to see if the BOs studs are the same with mirrors!

It wasn't me, but it was my horse and the story was hilarious so I'll share.

Jack was a yearling in the field with 3 other yearmates. BOs daughter and husband were working in the field. Cindy had the magnet out and was picking up bits of metal that work their way out of the ground and putting them in a plastic bag. Jack followed and nosed her the whole time. After a while she leaned the magnet against a tree and set the bag next to it for a break. Well, Jack snuck around her, stole the bag, and went running through the field shaking his head and dropping bits of metal the entire way! She wasn't extremely happy,lol.

Same day, her husband was fixing the shelter and had his truck in the field. Jack tried to steal his hammer and was chased away. Jay turned around and Jack had his head in the window of the truck chewing on his seat, got chased away. Turned around and he was ripping off the snap on bed cover, got chased away. And finally, he grabbed the box of nails and dumped them before laughing and running away on his own,lmao. I am sure it wasn't funny for them at the time, but hearing the story later sure was hilarious.
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post #6 of 8 Old 02-24-2011, 03:08 PM
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I wasn't going to tell anyone about this, but here goes...

I was bringing the horses in for the night, and my mom's horse went right in his stall, as usual (the pasture is connected to the stalls so I can just open the gates and let them walk in). For whatever reason, my Thoroughbred just stood with his back to me, staring off into La-La Land. I called him, shook a bucket of grain, and he still ignored me. Finally, I say, "Prince Victor, your evening meal awaits, milord." And then took a little bow in the direction of his stall. AND HE CAME RIGHT IN. The little sh*t. I guess he was waiting for me to address him properly.

I have no doubt that he was a British aristocrat in a past life.

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post #7 of 8 Old 02-24-2011, 03:34 PM
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One of the funniest things I've seen happened to my mom, not me, since she's never been a horse person.

I was leading Tazz into his stable, and normally Lottie is loose and will follow him into the yard very calmly and then go into her stable. But this time, my mom was standing in the yard watching me lead Tazz in. Lottie hadn't noticed Tazz had gone from the field so within about 5 seconds she had noticed and started galloping towards the yard.

My mom saw her coming, shrieked because she thought Lottie was charging her, and then stumbled backwards, down the small ledge in the yard and landed with her back in a puddle of horse urine, since it drains out of the stable block and up to that ledge. I just stood there and laughed, it was so funny!

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post #8 of 8 Old 02-24-2011, 03:43 PM
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Another antic with my Belgian colt... We had a run-in shed for him that was built on runners and joists up off the ground, so we also had a bit of a ramp going up to it - it was about 4ft long and a ft high at the shed end. Well, one day, we're watching him out in the field, and it just all of a sudden starts to rain. He went running full speed for the shed, slipped on the ramp with his back feet, and landed right on his butt. That whole thing they say about animals not being embarassed? Well, it's not true. He got up and looked at us as if to say, "That didn't happen", and walked into the shed.
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