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    04-09-2008, 07:32 AM
Scratchy scratchy

Do you know your horses favorite scratching spot?

Banjo looooooves it between his front legs, and also just above his withers, I used a plastic fence stand to itch him there once , omg he absolutly was in heaven

Foxy doesnt really have one tho.....he likes his head scratched tho...well more to rub it on you :roll:
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    04-09-2008, 07:49 AM
My horse loves his butt scratched. He even lifts his tail so you can get in there and give it a good scratch lol.
    04-09-2008, 01:17 PM
Dumas has a spot about 4" below his poll under his mane....he almost drools...lips quivering....lifting his head up and down a couple inches like ohhhhhhhhh yeaaaaaaa... that's the spot.

    04-09-2008, 02:09 PM
Lexi loves to have her necked scratched, & also her forehead!

Duma, that's the exact same spot where Lexi also likes to be scratched! :) She always puts her head down, trying to make me scratch her more lol.

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