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        04-09-2013, 04:43 AM
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    Everyone knows when your horse stops on the trail to eat grass- its because they need to refuel-- they need more energy!

    When my hubbys horse goes poop on the trail he says its cause 'he needed to loose a few pounds so he could walk faster'


    When I bring new non horsey people around the horses-- the horse poops-- I say 'its because you scared the crap out of them' lol.


    Heres my famous excuse-- 'My horse isnt stubborn.. she just forgot how to neck rein.. and she doesnt like this bit.. or hackamore.. or halter'


    When one of our mares 'forgets' her ground manners-- its because she gets crabby when I don't groom her first! Lol.
         
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