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    03-31-2009, 12:35 AM
  #31
Foal
My two year old is very clean when it comes to his stall. He always leaves his presents in the left back corner of his stall. Before we really started renovating the barn it there used to be a two sided heated water machine thing lol, (for him and my other pony next to him) in that corner so he'd always poop in that.
It was disgusting. And every time I'd finish cleaning it out he'd go over, investigate, then snort as if it wasn't to his satisfaction lol.
     
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    03-31-2009, 01:08 AM
  #32
Weanling
My horse Dallas has a shoe fettish! He will literally bite your shoe and pick your leg off the ground. He notices when your wearing something different to!

Loves fountain pop too! He will tip it over suck up all the pop, then munch on the ice cubes.

He is also one who likes to pick up the hose when filling the water and then drops it when he sees the water shooting out into the bushes.

One time he was investigating a plastic bag. So he decided to bite it, then freaked out because it was following him.
     

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