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    04-23-2008, 10:58 PM
Tell us about your horse's personalities!

Tell everyone about your favorite horse's personality...or your worst!
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    04-23-2008, 11:12 PM
There's really nothing about Sonny's personality that I don't like...he's perfect to me.

I love how he's exactly like a puppy dog. All he wants is to have me in his stall or close to him; pet him, and give him loves. And he'll also occasionally lick my hands
That's my absolute favorite part about him
    04-23-2008, 11:26 PM
Well I don't have my OWN horse, however I will tell you abit about Ana (the horse I usually ride, durin lessons).. Ana is a sweetheart, she is a fast pace walker lol, she can really get into a rush sometimes.. she loves to be petted and last saturday she was SOOOO good lol she just stood there as I cleaned her up and gave he lovin. She does like attention and she is a curious little booger. Somedays she will be in one of those moods and takes all her frustration out on me lol... Overall she is a BEAUTIFUL HORSE, and SO wish I could own her... I would give up everythin I own jsut to have her!
    04-23-2008, 11:49 PM
Lexi is soo special to me. I don't really have anything I dislike about her, lol!

Nobody else can really ride her that well, they see her as 'too hard to control' or they say 'i don't like her!' but when I ride her, she's like...amazing. :) She acts soo different with everyone else, like if my friend tries to ride her. It's like she's a different horse, haha.
But I love how she's understanding of me & knows if I'm feeling blah. She always makes me feel better. :)
    04-24-2008, 03:47 AM
Haha my Boo is the cleverist little fello

He really does use that brain of his whe he feels the need.
For instance..... he wants to get out of the paddock..... so best way to do so he figured out was to push/ encourage his bigger clobberfoot of a paddock mate through the fence first :roll: and once he's pulled the fence down then Boo can calmy walk over to the other paddock with no fence in the way. ( fence is tape of course )

He has done this a few times, to my other horse and my cousins horse

And I often see him fiddle with the chain/ paddlock around the gate, lol, he so knows were to get out , im sure he's thinking ...if only I had a key..... :P

And when I ge the chance to teah him trick he is such a quick learner...very food motivated which makes him so eager. But you really can see him thinking.

Love him to bits

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