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post #41 of 93 Old 08-22-2012, 10:02 PM
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We'll settle for crappy pics haha so long as there are some!
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post #42 of 93 Old 08-23-2012, 01:24 AM
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I can't wait to see pics as well! I do feel bad for all those horses though. I say do it cause at least your helping and saving one! Go get your girl and I hope she turms into a great horse for you or someone else :)
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I can't believe you thought it necessary to ask the question...
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post #44 of 93 Old 08-23-2012, 06:36 PM Thread Starter
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Okay, just to make things easier, I just put the many pictures up in another thread.
"Wild" horses and potential prospect....*very pic heavy*


Good news is, I don't think catching her will be too much trouble. They were much more curious than afraid and mostly stayed withing 15-20 feet of me the entire time I was out there. I think a trailer, 4-5 panels, and a bucket of range cubes and I could likely get it done by myself.

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post #45 of 93 Old 08-23-2012, 07:52 PM
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Okay, just to make things easier, I just put the many pictures up in another thread.
"Wild" horses and potential prospect....*very pic heavy*


Good news is, I don't think catching her will be too much trouble. They were much more curious than afraid and mostly stayed withing 15-20 feet of me the entire time I was out there. I think a trailer, 4-5 panels, and a bucket of range cubes and I could likely get it done by myself.
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I noticed your profile picture changed... :)
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OOOH! SHe's cute. Keep us posted!
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post #48 of 93 Old 08-24-2012, 09:17 AM
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Good news is, I don't think catching her will be too much trouble. They were much more curious than afraid and mostly stayed withing 15-20 feet of me the entire time I was out there. I think a trailer, 4-5 panels, and a bucket of range cubes and I could likely get it done by myself.
What is "range cubes"??

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I'm guessing range cubes could be comparable to breeder cubes for cattle? If not, I have no clue. Haha.
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post #50 of 93 Old 08-24-2012, 11:01 AM Thread Starter
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Yeah, range cubes are just a high protein roughage cube that is used as a a sort of hay-stretcher for cattle usually, but I use them as treats for my horses.

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