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post #1 of 9 Old 10-31-2010, 10:55 AM Thread Starter
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My horse and I have such a good bond.

I've noticed every time I have friends come over she won't come to them, first person she comes to is me. She likes to sniff people, but before she sniffs my friends she walks up to me and then she goes to my friends. I don't even have to call her name, it's like automatic for her. My mom says she likes me cause she's done the best for me when I ride her than she has done with anyone else. Then when she get's in trouble and I have to pop her on the nose, I feel bad, but I have to tell myself it was necessary and move on. And I love it when she follows me along the fence. And there's the blowing in the nose thing, I love doing that.
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post #2 of 9 Old 10-31-2010, 05:11 PM
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thats really nice to hear mine is the same with me
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post #3 of 9 Old 11-01-2010, 09:30 AM
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thats great Buzz has started walking up to me now :)
You just get a warm fuzzy feeling inside haha its great
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post #4 of 9 Old 11-01-2010, 10:22 AM
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hahahaha I remember me and my family went to Cali for vaca and we were gone for 2 weeks and i missed my horse Gus soooooo much I couldn't wait til we got home! So the closer we got nearer to home, the more I got worried, my sister had been feeding and I had convinced myself, "He won't reconize me...yes he will whinny but only cuz its feeding time...." So I asked mom and dad to drop me off so I ran out there and I yelled, "GUS!" (What happened next brought tears to my eyes) His head flew up and he whinnied. I thought, "Once I jump out of this car I 'm gonna never stop running to him." but when he whinnied I actually stopped and watched him for a second. While I once again cont running to him he went crazy he was charging up and down his pen and when I finnally got to him I had to backoff or I would have been trampled it wa the greatest feeling ever X]
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Gus: Aww that is a great bond! I haven't been that long without seeing my horse before so I wouldn't know how she'd react.
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post #6 of 9 Old 11-01-2010, 12:58 PM
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Aww. I am going on a cruise in a week and a half and will be gone for a week. I am so worried Bourbon is going to forget me while I'm gone because I haven't had him very long. :(
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Aww. I am going on a cruise in a week and a half and will be gone for a week. I am so worried Bourbon is going to forget me while I'm gone because I haven't had him very long. :(
I don't think he'll forget you, from what I've read and experienced, horses have an excellent memory.
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I don't think he'll forget you, from what I've read and experienced, horses have an excellent memory.
I hope so! I am going to miss him SO much!
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Oh I'd miss mine too, I miss mine after I'm gone for two days so
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