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        03-03-2012, 10:53 PM
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    Solve all your problems!

    If there could be an invention to solve a horsie problem you face all the time, what would it be for?

    Example: an invention to make removing snow from hooves easier
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        03-03-2012, 11:58 PM
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    Yearling
    Hovering teleportation portals.
    *shoomp* out in pasture, over the mud *zoomp* catch horse, stand on portal disk, press button *swoosh* arrive in barn aisle portal
    No more trekking out across acreage, knee deep mud, lightning, blizzards, etc. to get your ponies! You can even train the smart ones to step onto the portal with a voice command, thus making it even more time efficient. Ride more than double your usual number of horses per day!
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        03-04-2012, 12:03 AM
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    Instant ground drier-upper.
    One wave of this magical device dries up all standing mud (never mind it's been record breaking rains for the last year.)
    No mud, no muddy horses!
    No mud, more riding!! Yay!!
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        03-04-2012, 12:22 AM
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    Weanling
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    Originally Posted by Lockwood    
    Instant ground drier-upper.
    One wave of this magical device dries up all standing mud (never mind it's been record breaking rains for the last year.)
    No mud, no muddy horses!
    No mud, more riding!! Yay!!
    Haha I love it!!

    You're in luck! There is such a thing already... though it's thousands of dollars - LOL go figure..

    It's called a Verti-drainer
         
        03-04-2012, 12:34 AM
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    Trained
    Some sort of machine that I load the horse into, he comes out all clipped, bathed, braided & in his jammies.
         
        03-04-2012, 12:34 AM
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    Originally Posted by MoodIndigo    
    Haha I love it!!

    You're in luck! There is such a thing already... though it's thousands of dollars - LOL go figure..

    It's called a Verti-drainer
    Ooohhh, must see this magical thing.... < goes and googles...>....
    ..... <returns from google-land>....
    Aww fudge! The ground actually has to have grass and be made of real dirt instead of clay!
    Dang it, I was excited there for a moment. <snaps fingers in an *aw shucks* kind of way>
         
        03-04-2012, 01:14 AM
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    Originally Posted by WesternBella    
    If there could be an invention to solve a horsie problem you face all the time, what would it be for?

    Example: an invention to make removing snow from hooves easier
    Posted via Mobile Device
    if it's safe and your horse won't freak out would a blow dryer work?
         
        03-04-2012, 01:18 AM
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    As for me spomething like a chip that could be SAFELY put into Lucy's head to make her think pulling on the reigns from MY point of veiw so much easier then "HEEEEEYYY! Thouse are MINE you can have them when I'm done."
         
        03-04-2012, 01:22 AM
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    Trained
    A device that could be placed around the horse's ear that would allow you to communicate telepathically.....So I could tell Selena to please STOP trying to kill me.
         

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