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  • Horse pulling person on lead lineoing back to the barn

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    04-18-2013, 01:08 PM
Green Broke
That is awesome Hunter!
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    04-18-2013, 01:56 PM
Green Broke
I almost fell for this one... It was very close!

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    04-18-2013, 02:34 PM
Green Broke
How many clicks does it take a normal person to make it work?lol
    04-18-2013, 02:44 PM
That is awesome to hear Hunter
Sounds like pony enjoyed himself
Wish I could go with you
    04-18-2013, 02:51 PM
Green Broke
Awe me too CW. You will have to come visit the barn when it gets nicer out.
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    04-18-2013, 02:52 PM
Green Broke
Roadyy Just noticed your quote, I love that movie!
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    04-18-2013, 10:19 PM
Stan, I'm glad you found your way to the over-30s to rescue AlexS, and back to us again...and please don't take any of us with you to Sane....

Roadyy, it takes 2 clicks, LOL, but I was only half paying attention on the first one.

Hunter, what a great ride it sounds like! Aren't you ever so pleased? Those type of rides (and unexpected surprisingly good behavior from the 'kids') are what keep us coming back for more, even through the bad times. Congratulations!
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    04-19-2013, 02:41 AM
Green Broke
Originally Posted by Roadyy    
How many clicks does it take a normal person to make it work?lol
I'm gona have to take it on the chin. I could not get it to work no matter how many times I clicked on it. So I stood back and read what was written

Your wife would get on well with mine but I fear should they ever get together you and I would be on the back foot.

As for hard tie I never do it I wrap the lead around the rail 3 of 4 times and if the horse pulls back it slowly comes undone. I growl then take the horse back. They get the message. If tied to the float there is wool that I tie the lead to, horse pulls back the wool breaks. Saves the horse pulling the float onto its side.

Had a friend tie her horse to my float where I would normally tie Stella. The friend told me to tie Stella to the front bumper on her car. I objected, and said Stella pulls back when tied. Friend argued and said it will be O/K Stella is a lovely horse. I lost the argument, tied Stella as instructed and walked away, while Stella, got on with the job of pulling off the bumper. I have to report she did it with class, and the style any wrecker would be proud of.
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    04-19-2013, 02:55 AM
Green Broke
After both suffering from depression for a while, me and the wife were going to commit suicide yesterday. But strangely enough, once she killed herself, I started to feel a lot better. So I thought, “stuff it, soldier on!”

Ill lay odds I have offended someone
I know, go sit in the corner, which I find confusing becaues the room I am in is round and well padded.
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    04-19-2013, 06:27 AM
I saw a lady about a saddle yesterday.....and bought one!! Actually she was the original owner of Rainn. She had several to choose from.....I of course chose
The most expensive one😣😖😜......just don't tell DH! Lol. Although I am sure he wouldn't be the least bit surprised! 😉

Also saw aher about a horse. We trail,rode a few hours...until dark! (On a school night at that!!!). The horse is really nice, but green....which she had said it my head, I could finish her....but in this body....don't think so! Lol. I may consider taking her to the 'clinic' for them though!

Anyway, at least I got more time in the saddle and nice warm fresh air before this next storm hits and drops our temps again! 😠

Happy Friday and happy trails everyone!
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