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        07-06-2010, 01:14 AM
    My new horse is home

    Well she arrived today, worked her a little before attempting to load her up into the trailer. Her name is Azale which means Eternal in Arabic. What do you all think of her? She is having some trouble settling in. Gave her just a handfull of hay this morning when she arrived just enough to help keep her a little busy, gave her half a flake this evening. Still hasn't pooped since arriving at 10am this morning which worries me a bit. So gave her some Bran. And at the moment has absolutely no interest in me at all. Go to pet her and she backs off fairly quickly. I hope she settles in nicely soon. Any ideas of how I can help her feel a bit more comfortable?

    Sorry the photos aren't that great. I no longer have a decent camera until Christmas as I had to sell it to get her.

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        07-06-2010, 02:22 AM
    She is lovely! Those are great pictures!
        07-06-2010, 02:27 AM
    Green Broke
    She looks gorgeous.
    Have you tried just walking her around maybe? Or grooming her lol I'm no good with settling in horses maybe its just time
        07-13-2010, 10:02 AM
    She's beautiful! Honestly I think for a horse they need to get more used to their settings first before she is even going to consider getting to know you.. I'd let her wander (within means) around to investigate.. :)

    Is she an Arab cross? She's just beautiful!

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