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    01-27-2009, 03:34 PM
Partner or horse? Hmmm?!

Women choose horses above partner!

Researchers have found out that 90 procent of the women would rather spend time with their horse than with their partner. John Bethall explains: "It's was fascinating to she that the women choze their horse instead of their partner first. As a man, I was shocked by the results. They show how much women really love their horses."

Professor Euler explained in a Dutch magazine about the relation between women and their horses: "It's not usually the horseriding that pulls a woman in the stables, but the wish to take care of one, to feed and to build a band together. The Horse is the ultimate Tamagotchi."

The American Mary Midkiff has her own lifestudy, Women and horses. She declares the love between them: "Horses don't know about money or beauty. Horses only our heart and accepts us through our personality."

I find it soooo funny!
Although, it is partly true. Your horse is also like your partner.
I'm stuck. Luckily I don't have a partner now. But, I'll come. (If they can handle my horsey habbits)
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    01-27-2009, 03:45 PM
I feel the same way... Every guy I have dated has been told that if they say me or the horse I will go with the horse!!!
    01-27-2009, 04:04 PM
Horses are less of a pain in the butt then men are. Lol so yeah, if I had a horse that I was close to, the guy would be second.
    01-27-2009, 09:26 PM
Green Broke
Fortunately my husband, all though he doesn't share my feelings towards my horses, doesn't give me any attitude about them. As a matter of fact he encourages me to ride more and enjoy my time with them. He even, bless his heart, helps me put up the hay for the year and mows the pastures to keep the weeds down.

Of course at our age we are very secure in our relationship and with ourselves, so we don't need to be constantly with eachother. Makes our conversations at night more interesting retelling what we did in the course of the day. We do share a lot of common interests and activities, just not horse back riding !
    01-28-2009, 05:04 PM
lol..i'd rather have a horse than a bf
    01-28-2009, 11:17 PM
I know a girl whose parents gave her money for her wedding. She dumped her fiance and bought a horse instead.

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