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        09-11-2009, 11:33 PM
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    Originally Posted by Crimsonhorse01    
    Almagron, wow all I can say is that I hope a child never enters or is around that horse. Its a good thing horses don't get put down as easily as a dog for harming someone.
    im not stupid. Children are not let around these horses. We have studs that bite too. It happens, especially when the studs get studdy.

    I don't know why she is the way she is, I don't know her past. All I know is what I can do for her in the time she is with me. This can be anywhere from a week...er sometimes 2 days (we recently had one die after having him 2 days) to a few months (typical) to a few years (we only have one horse we have had for 4yrs now)
         
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