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    03-04-2011, 02:59 AM
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I realized something today. All of the horses I have worked the best with and been the closest to have had one thing in common: a left hind sock.

Dixie, my first horse-love:


Rocky, my first horse and best friend on the world:


And now Merry, who I've found myself madly in love with and plan to buy within a few months (gosh, I really don't have any pictures yet where you can see her sock, but you can see the very tip of it here if you look closely lol):



Now that this seems to be a pattern I can't help but wonder if I'm going to take it into serious consideration when choosing potential horses in the future

Has anyone else ever noticed a pattern like this in their life? It sure is an odd coincidence! I can't help but wonder if it happens to anybody else, lol
     
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    03-04-2011, 04:19 AM
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Green Broke
Wow that is werid, I don't think I have had anything like that...
Well theres only really been Lucky a paint gelding and Buzz a bay TB
     

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