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        11-27-2009, 08:21 PM
      #11
    Showing
    Vida and I are nothing alike. She is a horse and I'm a person
    She is very dignified and aloof and is happy all by herself. I'm a flibbertigibbet who will talk to anyone and can't remember where I left my keys.
    Saro and I are more alike. She's a goof ball too.
         
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        11-27-2009, 08:43 PM
      #12
    Foal
    Princess and I both like to go fast at a touch and both still alittle wild we will fight to were dead and train and learn easy always want to go fast (wait already mentioned that) and just like to have fun
         
        11-29-2009, 04:07 PM
      #13
    Foal
    Hmm. Well, me and Dougal are both extremely stubborn. Which is useful when it comes to out-stubborning him. Haha. I suppose we are both quite loud and bossy [who me?!] and have a good sense of humour. And we both eat anything. XD Dougal likes to get his own way, all the time. I'm not sure i'm quite along those lines. At least I hope i'm not. I suppose we are both a little insane [or a lot, on his behalf] and we both have wild mood swings. We are quite similar in ways. He has a very strong personality. He can be a bit of a speed machine when he wants to be, though I am a rubbish runner. He's a lot of fun, but hard work. I love him though.
         
        11-29-2009, 04:10 PM
      #14
    Super Moderator
    This is very interesting. I would have thought there might have been more "opposites attract" sorta relationships... Who knew! Haha

    These are all awesome. =D
         
        12-02-2009, 06:00 AM
      #15
    Weanling
    If I was a horse (and a boy, lol) I would be Shea. We are the same: we are both pretty laid back and easy going until we're faced with something new or something we're unsure of, we like the familiar and like knowing what's expected. Neither of us are very brave, we're both friendly with new people but remain reserved until we know them better. We don't like confrontation and are easily intimidated, but when we're sure of ourselves we'll hold our ground, we get cranky if something's expected of us but we're not sure what, we both love speed and get a bit jittery when we're excited and we're both tall, leggy redheads ;p
         
        12-02-2009, 10:10 AM
      #16
    Yearling
    Hmm.. This is the first time I've actually thought about this hehe Me and Arrow are somewhat alike but kind of different at the same time LOL. He's a Mini.. So he's spunky, mischivious (sp?), goofy, Little bit of a trouble maker at times, very opininated, has never met a stranger (absolutely loves everyone he meets), he's still a colt so he is VERY full of hisself haha.. Me on the other hand I am not spunky lol, I am mischivious and goofy, I am very opininated, I don't really seem to instantly LOVE new people haha it takes me a while to get used to someone. So I don't know.. He has so much more energy then I do but when we are together we bring out the best in both of us. :) He is my horsey soulmate LMAO..
         
        12-02-2009, 04:39 PM
      #17
    Weanling
    Both my two "permanents" were exactly like I was when I bought them and have since changed to be like I am now. It really is true that the horse reflects the rider/trainer. Sugar when I bought her was very much like me, which is to say that she was a very pissed off, misused, spiteful, but confident adolescent. We've both changed over the 7 years I've known her, and now, like me, she's still confident, but she's also curious, forgiving and steady. Basically me at my best.
    Kihei has my basic personality traits like confidence and playfulness, but he's also got a devious, witty side, which is like me when I'm feeling undisciplined. So yeah, I guess my horses are a lot like me. Of course there are differences, but on a basic level, we have a lot in common.
         

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