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        11-08-2013, 11:42 AM
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    I don't really think standing next to her while she eats is an option. She won't go near her feed area unless I'm away from her pasture. If I do shrink her pasture how small should I make it?
    That could also get dangerous for you if she decides she doesn't like you there and either attacks you or hurts herself trying to get away from you.
         
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        11-19-2013, 12:36 PM
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    I'm sorry to announce to everyone that I had to give her away, well I keep tabs with her new owners (my cousin's wife's parents).

    She kept get out of the pasture, out of the stall (even though I switched the latches) and her temperament kept getting worse. I tried my best to follow some of the things ya'll told me.Keeping her distance but two days before I sent her away she began rushing the fence, ears pinned and trying to bit me. When she tore a hole in my shirt I realized that she was way over my skill level, she needed someone better then me. Someone who knows how to properly handle horses with "issues".

    I forgot all about this thread until I just posted another thread when someone asked me about her. I regret getting her and even thinking that I could try to help her. Now that she's gone and Reggie has passed it makes me regret it even more so. I failed in the job that I took on but I'm at peace knowing that those who have her now can properly help her get passed whatever has happened to her.
         

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