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        03-24-2009, 01:56 PM
    Buddy Sourness!!!

    Ok I seem to get the needest horses for some reason. My gelding gets really attached to horses, on the trail or at shows. I've always been dond of the putting them to work around what they are attached too, however it can be difficult to this at a show or even on the trail. It also takes so soooo much time and patience. I was wondering if there was anything better that you guys have tried.

    I also just got this mare as a resale project and she gets all upset when I take my gelding out. I have her tied up right now until she decides to calm down.

    I guess what are your guys suggestions? What has or hasn't worked for you?
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        03-24-2009, 03:53 PM
    There were 2 mares that came to my barn a while ago, and they were practically attached at the hip. Mariah completely lost her mind when Nikki was out of her sight.

    Their owners got them stalls that were far enough apart so that they couldn't see each other. When feeding time came every evening, they'd go in their stalls and throw fits for about ten minutes, then eventually settle down and eat. They would go back out in the same pasture at night, so they knew they would see each other again. Pretty soon they calmed down and stopped going crazy when the other wasn't there. They're perfectly fine now.

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