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        03-27-2009, 11:52 AM
    He doesn't look too bad.. you should see the damage my darling Soda has inflicted on other horses. Bad horsie. He does look mischevious though! He's out there picking on all the girls and when they finally snap and bite back and he's like "what? What did I do? Look how cute I am! It couldn't have been me annoying you!"
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        03-27-2009, 03:03 PM
    No way you can do something. I asked somewhat similar question while back (my qh becomes a complete witch when I'm around and attack any horse, which come close by (unless I'm standing between her and the horse not letting her attack)) as well as talked to trainers, and there is no solution (except separation, of course).

    Just let him grow - in year or two he'll calm down a lot. As long as those horses are not extremely mean all the time he's OK).

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