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post #701 of 1628 Old 09-03-2012, 10:51 PM
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i was born in a horse family and i LOVE LOVE LOVE horses!!! ;)
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post #702 of 1628 Old 09-04-2012, 01:57 AM
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Uhhgggg.....I know this is off topic but I hit a deer tonight with the car. I knew someday we would probably hit a deer because they're everywhere where I live. But I always thought it wouldn't be that big of a deal because I'm a big deer hunter. Usually when I see a deer I see a big red target, and have never had any mercy for the things. I shoot them without a second thought. But the way it hit was horrible! I can't get it off my mind! I was driving home from Wallowa Lake/Joseph Oregon tonight around 8 o'clock and this doe came out of NOWHERE and jumped from the woods right into the car and was sucked under the left front tire and it just went all over the road.....it was horrible. It shook me up BAD! The front bumber of the car was smashed and had deer hair all over it. Luckily no one was hurt and thank God it didn't come up and smash into the windshield, it could have killed me. People in my area have been killed by deer doing that. Also thank goodness I was in an SUV, who knows what it would have done to a small car. I can hardly look at my deer mounts tonight. And the ANOUTHER deer and her fawn ran out in front of me on the same road, luckily I had time to stop! Oh my gosh, it's been a long night! Sorry, I know it's off topic I just had to get that off my chest. I will still go hunting and be able to kill without remorse, but hitting the dumb thing is different! That thud it makes is sickening. Hope it never happens again. I don't feel sorry for the deer, it just shook me up!

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post #703 of 1628 Old 09-04-2012, 11:48 AM
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I'm sorry that happened to you Horse racer, thankfully you aren't hurt!
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post #704 of 1628 Old 09-04-2012, 06:51 PM
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I'm sorry that happened to you Horse racer, thankfully you aren't hurt!
I know! It just came out at the perfect time, where it got far enough it was sucked under the time and not a front on collision, which would have sent it over into the windshield. I'm kinda laughing over it today......I just can't believe what happened! We were going about 60 mph and it came out so fast, that there wasn't even time to touch the brake or slow down. It's funny because the last time we were on that road we about put the vehicle in the ditch when a deer did the same thing, luckily we stopped before we hit it. Ugggggg......it's that thud and the sound of getting sucked under the tires is bad sound! haha oh, well it will probably happen again. All I know is that I will NEVER drive that road at night again!

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post #705 of 1628 Old 09-04-2012, 07:27 PM
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That is scary!!
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post #706 of 1628 Old 09-04-2012, 07:42 PM
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Wow! That's pretty scary!! I'm glad you're okay!

So, how have y'all and your horses been? I started school (blech!!) and haven't really had much time for anything else besides riding.. It's really weird at school because some kid goes by "Big Daddy" and that's my horses name! My Big D is better.

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post #707 of 1628 Old 09-04-2012, 07:48 PM
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I've been pretty good. Sadly, my lease ended since this month is September and I have school :/. I start school on the sixth.
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post #708 of 1628 Old 09-04-2012, 07:50 PM
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I'm sorry, Cinder! The very first thing that I said when mom woke me up to start school was: I can NOT wait for summer. lol

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post #709 of 1628 Old 09-04-2012, 08:55 PM
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Hey guys, thought I'd join you. My name is Samantha, but I prefer to be called Sammi, Im 17,turning 18 on teh 16th December this year - sure a teen alright .I just got back into riding, taking lessons on the Thoroughbred (OTT!) in my avatar. His name is Pepe and he is 15.2hh. That picture is of our 3rd lesson. I have the best instrucor in the world - she is a great teacher and full of laughs and has a huge passion for horses. Pepe was a rescue from the track, apparently was skin and bones - I am so glad i get the priviliage of riding him in my lessons. I have been working voluntairly at a welsh pony/arabian stud, where i met my heart horse, Jess (in my horses) - but sadly she is never for sale even though I have offered to buy her twice and am going to ask again, as I would love to own ehr as she is just sitting around in the paddock.

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Oh and i have lessons every friday love 'em!
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post #710 of 1628 Old 09-04-2012, 09:07 PM
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Maybe, you should see if her owners will let you ride her and what not? That way she gets exercised and you get you work with her and be with her

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