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        05-22-2012, 02:34 PM
      #2851
    Green Broke
    Wow I must have missed out somewhere along the way as my hubby does NOT know everything and even asks questions (sometimes dumb ones too). And nope he's not perfect but I love anyways lol

    WAIT WAIT WAIT Stan my hubby KNOWS how to USE said vacuums and washing machines etc. Do you want some lessons?
         
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        05-22-2012, 08:17 PM
      #2852
    Yearling
    Stan: you sound like a great husband! Lucky is the one who rules....

    CW: Anxiously awaiting riding photos...I just love your mare.

    Hunter: his face looks so painful, kiss him for me!

    With Grace; sorry to hear she is sore again. I would def. Consider rads....

    Here is my Sophie before her first ride outside the round pen...today.

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        05-22-2012, 08:34 PM
      #2853
    Green Broke
    Thanks Susan I will def give him kisses tomorrow. I love Sophie. How did the ride go?????
         
        05-22-2012, 08:40 PM
      #2854
    Yearling
    Pretty good, I made a video...wanna see it? She is green, and her circles are more smirkles...(grins)..
    It's very boring...(thank heaven)

         
        05-22-2012, 08:51 PM
      #2855
    Yearling
    Susan - Sophie is so pretty! And so much fun to see you ride!

    Kestrel wasnt so puffy today, but talked to my vet anyways. I'm to continue with our plan to get her back working, lunging a few days, then start light rides. Makes me nervous, but I'm so excited to get her working.
         
        05-22-2012, 09:05 PM
      #2856
    Green Broke
    So here an interesting predicament. OK mare at our barn last year, Friesan stud escapes tries to breed but no take. They tried to breed again and again vet said not pregnant. Mare was there for training and went back to owners as unbred. She went home in Aug last summer. Later that month she turns up at auction and then a horse rescue they pick her up saving her from slaughter. October she gets adopted still no one suspects she is in foal. Come March this year she is getting quite the hay belly and after the vet comes confirmed in foal. May 9th she has foal. Meanwhile my BO is trying to find new owners to see if she is in fact in foal, no one responds. So baby foal (so cute by the way) arrives BO finds out. Question is now who owns the foal or should there at least be a stud fee?
         
        05-22-2012, 09:07 PM
      #2857
    Yearling
    I wouldn't think so, I would be mad if he bred my mare? I will look forward to hearing what happens...
         
        05-22-2012, 09:08 PM
      #2858
    Green Broke
    Susan for first time out of round pen I thought she did really well!
         
        05-22-2012, 09:09 PM
      #2859
    Green Broke
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Susan Crumrine    
    I wouldn't think so, I would be mad if he bred my mare? I will look forward to hearing what happens...
    Original owners wanted her bred
         
        05-22-2012, 09:11 PM
      #2860
    Yearling
    With Grace....do I ride like you thought? LOL....I know I may look crazy in the beginning but I usually turn out a halfway decent riding horse.
         

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