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post #1 of 2 Old 10-17-2008, 02:06 PM Thread Starter
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As an example

I thought I would share a little story for the younger less experienced people. This is an example of what happens when you let little things slide........

Kooter, our 8yr old QH has what he considers an incredible itch on the inside of his thigh's, that area where there isn't any hair.

Hubby and I have been obliging him by rubbing the area and I have also been putting Gold Bond powder on him.

Well, it seems that after just ONE night of rubbing the spots for him he decided that it was okay for him to follow us everywhere and swing his butt around. The first few times he kept his distance and was polite about it, but let me tell you, it sure didn't take long for him to get down right pushy.

Needless to say we put a quick to stop to it, but it just shows you that even a well behaved horse can get rude and pushy real fast.
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post #2 of 2 Old 10-17-2008, 02:48 PM
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Ah, that is very true! Good point.

Success comes a [bit] at a time.
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