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    08-07-2012, 11:25 AM
Green Broke
Hey mine says yearling now... not sure when that happened either. Maybe tied to number of posts???
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    08-07-2012, 11:27 AM
Originally Posted by poppy1356    
Oh poor Wyn, she hasn't learned to love not doing anything yet? Haha.

Oh I'm pretty sure Lizzy just has a crush on the vet so she needs to find something to hurt. It's really annoying and the receptionist knows who I am as soon as I say Lizzy's name. *sigh* she is so high maintainence.
Haha no, she hasn't! I was telling my farrier about it and she laughed and said "typical Arab - stimulate me, STIMULATE MEEEE!!!" I love my farrier, she's got a great sense of humour. Last appointment she was trying to convince me to try eventing - she's decided that I need to be 'converted' to English. She grins and says "yes, come to the Dark Side, we have cookies!" I think I am actually going to go and take a lesson with her, even if I don't pursue English riding more knowledge is never a bad thing!

Poor lovestruck Lizzy - at least she likes the vet, right...?
    08-07-2012, 11:35 AM
Green Broke
Ahh the english side is the better side. The saddles are comfy and more free and jumping is just so much darn fun.

Yes Lizzy likes the vet, a little too much. But she has also been in heat since June 15 so she likes everything a little too much. I have a picture of her and her new bf, just got to go find it in my phone....
    08-07-2012, 11:39 AM
Green Broke
Here they are. They huddle together in the shelter when it rains and eat out of the same hay piles. They are so darned cute. Don't mind the age difference though, she's a bit of a cougar at 19 and him only 3 hehe.
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    08-07-2012, 11:45 AM
Cougar indeed! He doesn't seem to mind, though...
    08-07-2012, 11:49 AM
Green Broke
Oh no he is much more obsessed with her then she is with him lol. I'm just glad they get along and share the shelter and food. They are both very submissive so it's nice that neither gets run off food or out of the shelter.
    08-07-2012, 12:06 PM
Originally Posted by poppy1356    
Here they are. They huddle together in the shelter when it rains and eat out of the same hay piles. They are so darned cute. Don't mind the age difference though, she's a bit of a cougar at 19 and him only 3 hehe.
LOL my yearling is in love with my 4yo, and she is sooo mean to him. Its funny though.
    08-07-2012, 12:35 PM
Green Broke
Haha oh horses and their cute little crushes on eachother.
    08-07-2012, 12:39 PM
Originally Posted by poppy1356    
Well new to him truck. His current one is literally falling apart. I cringe everytime I see that thing. It makes terrible noises when he drives it lol. It has almost 200k miles on it and it's an s10 so it can't pull anything. But yes he's looking at an f150, 2005-2008 but the engine size makes a difference and it will need a towing package or one installed after.
I can understand that. My truck isn't that bad yet. It's got almost 200K miles on it, but it still runs great. But a few years ago, the interior caught on fire, torched the seat, the ceiling, and the floor mat, along with some of the dash pieces. Due to a screw up by the insurance company (who we are no longer with) it wasn't totalled out and I got nothing for it, so I decided to fix it up. Well, it's a slow process so the interior is a mish-mash of whatever replacement parts I can find. I call the truck frankenstein. The body looks great, only major rust is one fenderwell, but the interior is definitely lacking. I don't even have any cupholders. But it's got a beast of an engine and a towing package. Once I put $200 into redoing the front brakes, I'll drive it till the wheels fall off.
    08-07-2012, 12:54 PM
Green Broke
Oh not good. Unfortunately I haven't had the luxury of owning vehicles that could be fixed. I had a 06 jeep grand cherokee that I had when I got in my accident, I was rear ended while I was stopped at a red light and the lady that hit me was going over 50mph. Bent the frame all up and tore up the back end. Insurance wouldn't total it. Drove it out of the dealership with a blown headgasket. Clearly not my doing but insurance wouldn't fix it. I refused to pay for it since it had a bent frame that was "fixed". So that went bye bye. Had a 05 saturn ion that had an electrical gremlin. I would have fixed it up and drove it til it's death but it's death ended at 112k miles. There was a belt and fan that would turn and the **** thing kept trying to start just sitting in my garage. Bf thought I was crazy until one morning I drug him out to the garage and look here the stupid thing was trying to start after sitting for hours on end.

So I needed a new vehicle with a warranty. My luck is absolutely terrible. His truck would be worth fixing if it was able to tow a horse trailer, but it's not so it's time for it to go.

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