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    02-04-2013, 11:01 AM
And thanks KC. I woke up today and just am all stopped up and feeling very off as it were. Have a bit of a headache too.
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    02-04-2013, 11:18 AM
HAVENT. HAD. ONE. NOTIFICATION.... *hulk* that makes me angry. Lol
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    02-04-2013, 11:21 AM
Anyways! Im going to do a very quick catch up.. Here we go.

Wow im sorry.
That's great man!
Ya know, horses will be horses.
No, I didnt know TG was all up in your coop.
Yeah, I think he could have done better.
I agree about the weather.
Yes mondays are suckish.

Howd I do? Lol
    02-04-2013, 12:25 PM
I was brushing out my new mare, Lil, friday. I have brushed her out, cleaned her hooves, but haven't really paid much attn to her tail. She had alot of hay in it, so I started working on her tail. Noticed her vulva is sewed!!! I'm really hoping they didn't breed her and sew it. I'm hoping it's something leftover from her racing day. Now, I just have to get the crazy thing in the trailer, so I can get her to the vet to check it out! That's her pictured above. She doesn't "look" pregnant, I would think they would breed her to have a baby soon....
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    02-04-2013, 12:34 PM
Oh yeah forgot to mention that on Friday my boy was so Fresh. He was excercising his stopping problem. Of cousre haven't ridden him in about a week and half and with the energy he has if he isn't worked with for a few days he has some whoa issues.

Then on saturday he was a perfect angel again never tried to speed up on me once unless I asked for it. I wish I could be out at the barn every day to work with him and perhaps I wouldn't have to deal with his freshness issues. I don't much care for wearing my horses down so that they obey so Im pretty well not going to lunge the freshness out of him. I just need to start the day off much slower when its been a while since he was ridden.
    02-04-2013, 12:41 PM
I love the Reata kctop havent been to the one at the stock show yet but the one downtown is nice.
Your daughter is 20 kctop not much you can do if she wants to go ahead with ther plans. Voice your opinions.....nicely..... then give her as much support as you can. No need to force her to go out and elope just to show you she can.
Maybe suggest a later wedding one more convenient for everyone. HINT HINT.
My stallion was full of himself this weekend. Prancing, trying to buck and trotting/galloping for over 3 miles. Spring was in the air. That is what Im attributing his energy to.
Due to the weather my arm, moving and going to the inauguration he has not been exercised much this year. Star is usually a perfect gentleman. An arabian stallion that has lots of endurance but still a gentleman. Thankfully most arabians can't buck. He does the lippizainer thing .. kicking out with both hind legs after rearing. Forgot what that is called. Shalom
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    02-04-2013, 12:58 PM
When we lived in California, we had an Arab stallion that I rode. He was such a gentleman, no one knew he was a stallion! I was 7 when I started riding him, and rode him until his death after we moved to Texas. We did competative trail riding, NATRC wouldn't let me ride him in a trail ride because he was a stallion and I was a minor. We could have won! Lol
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    02-04-2013, 01:02 PM
Ive never been on an Arabian before. I think they look so graceful and elegant and Id love to ride one someday but I also pretty much ride western only and Im quite sure most Arabians are primarly english disciplines.

Also I so badly want to ride a Peruvian Paso or a Paso Fino.

We actually have one horse out at the stables that is Paso Fino/Mustang mix and he is the smoothest loping horse I have ever seen. I mean someone with no horse knowledge could easily sit his lope with no issues at all.

He is the horse we throw kids on to learn to lope. Though he does have some of that Mustang stubborness lol.
    02-04-2013, 01:03 PM
Oh and his trot does suck though lol.

Not sure if that has to do with the Paso in him as a gaited horse or what but its a pretty rough trot.
    02-04-2013, 01:03 PM
You are absolutely correct DBA, but tell that to DH...it's like talking to a brick wall! I have asked questions, hopefully to get her thinking more about it. He gets out of the marines next June but his only leave between now and then is June, this year. I've known this kid as long as she has and he's an awesome, respective young man and I couldn't be happier of her choice but I just don't want them to rush into something just because they don't want to be apart for a whole year.
On the upside, he's stationed in Hawaii and it would give me a legitimate excuse to go there:)
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