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    09-10-2008, 09:04 PM

Some times when doing work out in the back yard I let abby out to roam freely on the propperty for a few hours, i'll weed and she pick's throught my pile of stuff..........my husband gives me a hour a night to go and spend time with star just grazzing him in the back yard (my quite time) ...a couple of days ago I notice that abber's had a small but deep gash on the check bone, thought nothing of it and wash it out and furizoned it........yesterday while letting star grazz I not`iced that he had the same type gash in the some spot on the same side as abby...cleaned it up and furizoned that too...my horses are kept in a 90 ft x 60 pen (cattle pannel) at night....we figured out that this has been going on for a week or so (judging but the pathways) ......abby (the ring leader) managed to loosen a pannel on one of the corners (it appeard ok to me from a far) waited till night and then she and star would slip out in to the field and then graze untill dawn, slip back in and act like nothing had happend.....the gashes on there faces where from moving the pannel over while getting back in to the pen.........those little monkey's!!!!!!!!
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    09-10-2008, 11:44 PM
Sneeky sneeky.........lol.
    09-11-2008, 12:53 AM
Green Broke
OH MY GOSH!!!! How sneeky of them :) those bad little horseys, but so cute!
    09-11-2008, 05:05 AM
At least they came back! I hope you fixed the problem. I have a houdini at home too. But she is usually trying to break into the feed room!
    09-11-2008, 09:06 PM
It's good they came back at the end of the night, we used to have a pony that would just jump the fence and trot off happily down the road
    09-11-2008, 10:39 PM
Green Broke
Lmaoo that is really funny.

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