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        09-06-2013, 06:08 PM
      #13021
    Foal
    I tihnk he was saying thanks MOM but I couldnt tell with all the munching going on! LOL,

    LOOOOOVE the paint in the pictures above! Beautiful!

    He even let Koda my Standardbred come in and have a bite on one side.

    LOL, forgive my photography!!!! I used my cell phone and the angles are terrible on Koda, the bay,,,,poor girl she looks like a completely different horse!!!!!
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        09-06-2013, 06:14 PM
      #13022
    Trained
    TJ lovely Paint love his markings good luck with him

    Becka nice photo of your Mustang
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        09-06-2013, 06:15 PM
      #13023
    Trained
    Nice horses Becka
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        09-07-2013, 03:39 AM
      #13024
    Yearling
    1 more 3p11p shift tomorrow,then it's MY weekend,yay. By Monday a cool streak hitting my area;these heat waves gotta be on their way out..today not so horrible busy,for a change. Nicker, how was the field trip?

    Thank you Lori for the "looks great"! Am way too critical of my seat right now,I "feel" like I'm going to topple,but..I haven't! I have to ask Janice again about the 1-2-3 leg on thing; I remember the 3 (farthest back) for cornering, & 2 (middle) for let's-get-on-w/it, but can't remember 1...must be for encouragement on a forward something..dang... Really am getting ahead of myself in my head,want to do more than I've yet got under my belt..& am too self-critical; I see unbalance in the pics, & sure see the hesitancy in my hands/arms. That'll all come,I'm sure (no wonder Tommy will stop,look @ Janice,swivel his ears around, & ask "she ok? Me ok?" lol...) Janice said, re the pics "you look like you belong up there." Yup. I do. Will accept myself @ where I am, & stop judging.

    You guys sure don't!

    Rick! Yes, Tommy's a limousine, sure is a long back,huh? I've likened him to a big couch, long & broad. (Oh, am sorry you & all couldn't go on your river trip this weekend, but hope you'all get another chance.) He's soft, all over. Odd he's so short,but big.

    Becka, I love your pictures too! Such a pretty mustang. Looks like a BIG barn, you must have your hands full. & ISN'T Tommy a pretty paint?! He's a Navajo Paint, has his grazing ground tattoos. His owner adores him, I hope I can meet her one of these days. I do my best to do right to/for her baby.

    Thank you CW, Tommy is lovely. His markings are so nice, & don't you love that long tail? I think of you, about him, & wish you could get on him. You'd like it. The softest,sweet-rolling walk. Good for me, would be good for you.

    Hope everyone is having a good start to their weekend!
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        09-07-2013, 03:45 AM
      #13025
    Yearling
    Oh! Good Luck Sandi!
         
        09-07-2013, 03:51 AM
      #13026
    Yearling
    One more thing..I have to ask,after mos of wondering: what does DH stand for? Dear Honey? Lol..if it does, I don't have one of those, but still want to know the definition!
         
        09-07-2013, 03:59 AM
      #13027
    Yearling
    Ok, Rick said to ask Stan about the wrist-action I mentioned so, I will: Yo, Stan,please refer to post. I sense there's a joke there..
         
        09-07-2013, 05:03 AM
      #13028
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    Perv Old man!!!
    I'm the old man here and I an't looking. Might get another telling off.
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        09-07-2013, 05:22 AM
      #13029
    Yearling
    Stan, I see you're on, & I have to get off soon: Rick's post @ 3:51 p 09/06, wrist action...could use that joke...or maybe you have something instructive..w/in the joke....either way! So glad to see/read you on here! (can't "perv" & get in trouble w/me, I ain't purty enough..!)
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        09-07-2013, 05:26 AM
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    Ok, Rick said to ask Stan about the wrist-action I mentioned so, I will: Yo, Stan,please refer to post. I sense there's a joke there..
    Seems my New Zealand sence of humour has got me in trouble so I may not be able to respond.

    I have thought about it and, wrist-action that is one I'll have to pull apart, be back soon with an exercise that will get the action moving.
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