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        05-11-2009, 12:41 AM
    Haha. I think it's cute when they scare themselves.

    Maybe I have a weird sense of humor/what is cute
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        05-11-2009, 09:22 AM
    Well, I am glad I am not alone. That makes me feel better. I had never worked with a horse that did this. Of course I think all horses I have ever groomed always fart when I am picking out the back hooves.
        05-12-2009, 12:15 AM
    When I'm longing Pride, or working him off lead, he'll let loose some good rippers...and he has it down to a "t" to let a long winded one loose when I'm brushing out his tail...

    I can usually hear his pasture mates running around, bucking, whinnying, and of course, farting away, too...Hahaha
        05-12-2009, 04:55 PM
    Originally Posted by Vidaloco    
    Sometimes just a constant puff puff puff like a little motor boot going down the river.
    OMG When I read this about him being like a little motor boat I started laughing out loud so hard my dog jumped, and my husband wanted to know what the heck was so hilarious. Hahahahaha. I am STILL giggling right now.

    And yes, every horse I've ever had the pleasure of grooming has the uncanny ability to hold onto one last fart for right when you get to either their hind hooves or their tail. Aren't they so polite?

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