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post #9931 of 10870 Old 03-28-2014, 01:08 PM
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Well it's been a busy week and it's going to be a busier weekend. Got to ride both my horses last night (for a short time). Took my old man into the pasture and just mosied around then got on my mare and rode her in a halter and lead rope! I was one proud horsey momma!
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post #9932 of 10870 Old 03-30-2014, 11:13 AM
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Hey y'all! I had the weirdest week. Nothing in particular happened, but I was in such a fog. I got some Equest time which helped, but other than that I didn't get much done when I really needed to fix up my housing/dining plan for school and work out financial aid. Bad me.
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post #9933 of 10870 Old 03-31-2014, 01:37 PM
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Happy Monday, Texans!

Antsy at my desk today, just waiting to get to the barn and enjoy this gorgeous weather.
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post #9934 of 10870 Old 03-31-2014, 07:10 PM
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**crickets chirping**
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post #9935 of 10870 Old 04-01-2014, 09:37 AM
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Right, EMS?! All the action is on FB these days.

My ride last night started with zero ability to go to the right, and the second I even thought about going left we'd immediately be moving in tiny left circles. Got that sorted out and then a large dog lunged out of nowhere to bark at us, resulting in a huge spook which frazzled both our nerves for a second. Trotted around a few minutes to settle, got a lovely, level-headed stop & back, and put him up. Quit while you're ahead, right?
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post #9936 of 10870 Old 04-01-2014, 09:58 AM
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Good morning y'all! It is quiet here, even dba's on fb :o....

I had a good ride last night too. She wanted to go, go, go and by the end of the night, it was can we stop please? Look mom, I'm flexing (meaning she's done)! She cracks me up, lol.
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post #9937 of 10870 Old 04-01-2014, 11:09 AM
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Good morning! Yeah, I've noticed how quiet it's been around here.

I want to go see Bobby! I had to cancel going two days in a row. On Sunday I was just not feeling up to it, but yesterday we had some car trouble so I couldn't go down to the barn. It's not anyone's fault, but . It's been months since I've seen him properly.
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post #9938 of 10870 Old 04-02-2014, 09:20 AM
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Happy hump day y'all!

We had a horse scare yesterday. A lady from the barn called said dh's hirse had gotten into it with the jack nextdoor, through the fence. She said he was down in the pasture and having trouble getting up. She said she was going out to check on him and dh told her we were on our way.
We got there and she had him up and in the round pen. Luckily he only had flesh wounds but his front left leg was a bloody mess. We couldn't find any blood on the fence anywhere. Our friend said it really scared her because she saw him buckle and he started screaming. She thought he had broken his leg at first then she finally got to him and he got up.
Goose will have some time off to heal but thank goodness it was no worse. ..silly boy!
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post #9939 of 10870 Old 04-02-2014, 09:53 AM
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Oooh, glad Goose is okay! Bet that was a scary call :(
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post #9940 of 10870 Old 04-02-2014, 10:13 AM
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Glad to hear he is OK kctop. Anything I can do let me know. I have seen horses recover from wounds that I thought would cripple a human for life. He will most likely be ok.
Does the jack have any injuries? Sounds as if he needs to be gelded. Shalom
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