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        03-22-2012, 03:57 PM
      #1031
    Yearling
    ^Sasha doesn't like to be lunged, she would rather stay near you. LOL
         
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        03-22-2012, 05:11 PM
      #1032
    Trained
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    Originally Posted by Susan Crumrine    
    Country Woman, maybe you can start looking for something else.
    With Grace, being enamored with tack and all things horse isn't weird to me. I would rather muck stalls than clean house.

    I gave my little filly a bath today, her first ever...
    My husband thinks that it maybe for the best that I start looking else where considering the horse has not been ridden since December and I need to know natural horsemanship
         
        03-22-2012, 05:23 PM
      #1033
    Foal
    Pip decided to take a nice roll right after his bath....pretty much knew it was coming but he was hot and sweaty and did not roll before. Oh well!
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        03-22-2012, 05:35 PM
      #1034
    Green Broke
    Star did that to me today, the second I finished brushing her from head to toe (or head to hooves, haha) Oh well, re-brushed and shining like a copper penny now! :)
         
        03-22-2012, 05:36 PM
      #1035
    Yearling
    LOL ^ Is there something in his mouth?
         
        03-22-2012, 05:40 PM
      #1036
    Green Broke
    Your husband is probably right CW, I recommend if you are just getting back into horses to get something well mannered and well broke. I was so glad I had Duke. Even after that I probably shouldn't have taken on Hunter but luckily I have a great trainer friend and had extra money to put to his training. I would suggest the place I used to lease Duke from but they are in Bradner (Abbottsford)
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        03-22-2012, 05:51 PM
      #1037
    Weanling
    Hunter 65....LOVE your sig... All ponies are evil, because they are short and therefore closer to hell
    I swear my pony I had when I was a kid was pure evil. Once I got taller than her she didn't try to kill me every time I tried to ride her.
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        03-22-2012, 05:54 PM
      #1038
    Yearling
    The only time the kid's here get hurt, it's a pony.
    We gave up on them. My kid's like our 16 hand TWH.
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        03-22-2012, 06:06 PM
      #1039
    Green Broke
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    Originally Posted by DressageDreamer    
    Hunter 65....LOVE your sig... All ponies are evil, because they are short and therefore closer to hell
    I swear my pony I had when I was a kid was pure evil. Once I got taller than her she didn't try to kill me every time I tried to ride her.

    Hahaha Ya I used to have a Welsh Mountain Pony and he was a brat especially to catch. Hunter and I have been through some trying times and he was the pony from hell but he is improving all the time. I think it might be because he is almost a horse (fingers crossed)
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        03-22-2012, 06:20 PM
      #1040
    Weanling
    My husband's "horse" turned out to be a pony so far. His sire was 15.2 - 15.3 hh and the mare was 15.0 hh. Little Man (yes he was cursed when I named him apparently) is only 13.2 - 13.3 right now and he is turning 3 this spring. He is a good boy and has let us ride for brief periods without getting upset. You can see his picture on my list of horses. He is just funny looking! Poor little pinto
         

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