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    10-22-2010, 05:42 PM
Um, I don't think so.

First, the mailman isn't allowed to give out personal information, even if he had it. My mail person doesn't know my phone number, just my name and address, so how would the mailman know that information?

Second, if the horses weren't even halter broke and were soooo terrified of people, how were they supposedly loaded on the trailer? Horses who are feral do not willingly happily load up and go merrily down the road.

Third, at 2:40 today you posted some drivel about giving the animals hay. So suddenly we're supposed to believe that ALL of this occurred in the last 2 hours?

Sorry kid, not buying your story. Didn't buy it from the start, but this last part is really out there.

My opinion is that you're just some bored suburban kid who has little to no parental supervision, and you thought you'd make up a story and see who would believe it.

As a fiction writer, you're pretty bad. Maybe you need to take a creative writing course and get some real hands on experience with horses. That way, your stories may start to resemble the truth.
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    10-22-2010, 05:53 PM
Hmmm, if he was that close by that you could call him, and he could hook up a trailer, get the paperwork to prove their his horses, come to your house, load up three basically wild horses and drive away in less than two hours, then this story is ridiculous.... Remember her father went to the house and left a note on his door yesterday, yet you can get his name and number today from the mailman? I am the one who suggested the mailman, but it was to get his name, cause the mailman couldn't possibly know his phone number in his head unless he knew him and its against the law to give it out.
I agree with speedracer, this story is a joke, the OP wanted to get something started and see how much could be stirred up. Then the new poster gets on to defend her and suddenly the miracle has happened, the owner has been found and called and the horses taken away. If it was that close by, then how come the Sheriff didn't contact the person, if the mailman gave you his phone number?
Very fishy and I bet we don't get any more replies from the OP.
    10-22-2010, 06:19 PM
I find it funny how they both called this thread a "forum." That made it even more suspicious to me.
    10-22-2010, 06:36 PM
And what color can you mix a white horse with to get a buckskin with black on it?
This is a random part of a post that stood out to me and no one really mentioned it:

1. It is a colour requirement that buckskins have black points.

2. Had you kept these horses, did you plan to breed that grey mare? Seeing your list of questions, breeding seems like a completely idiotic thing for you to do.
    10-22-2010, 09:01 PM
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This thread = ohdee. We all should just leave it & let it be.
    11-30-2010, 01:23 PM
I know this forum is very super old, but Dog10crazy emailed me asking what really happended to the horses and I know the end part was a super bad lie about the owner coming, but I just wanted people to forget about the forum and that it was ever here. But here is what really happend-

A few days after I said the owner had came, well actually like the next day, some clown cars came by on the train tracks behind are house because of the harvest festival. This drove the horses crazy, the buckskin, and the white one had found a week spot in the fence and ran out, and went full speed down the road. The other one that had the clover on their side (chestnut one) had freaked out when the other 2 left, and she busted through a differnt part of the fence, well she had tried jumping it, but that didnt go so well. After we stuck star in the corral to make sure she didnt try running to. We all (me, my dad, and 2 older sisters) got in the truck and followed hoof prints almost 9 miles to the old entrance to the neighborhood which im still worried about even today because people can hunt back their and it;s hunting season. Anyways, the 3 horses were in the middle of the rode, a few people (were guessing they were hunters because they were in orange vest) tried blocking the rode, but gave up. We spent about 1 hour trying to catch them and then gave up. The next day or day after we went back up to see if they were still their, they were and we tried catching them again but failed. Later the we found out that they had been running since the end of summer, and nobody claimed them, no body could catch them either. Anyways, I don't know where there at, or what happened to them. And sadly it's a chance that they will either be shot by hunters since their is trees back their, or either Animal control will come get them. Which I don't like the thought of that because around here animal control gives horses any age, or gender, no matter how sweet, 3 days tops and then they get put to sleep

Anyways, there is the truth since Dog10crazy asked.
    11-30-2010, 01:28 PM
Originally Posted by Poseidon    
This is a random part of a post that stood out to me and no one really mentioned it:

1. It is a colour requirement that buckskins have black points.

2. Had you kept these horses, did you plan to breed that grey mare? Seeing your list of questions, breeding seems like a completely idiotic thing for you to do.

And just for the records, I had never planned to breed them, just the buckskin was milking on the two mares so I figured maybe one was their mom, and just wanted to know how that could get a buckskin with white, buckskin, and back on them.
    11-30-2010, 08:12 PM
From the way this horse is standing, I would have a farrier and a vet look at him. This looks like the stance they adopt when they have laminitus. Good luck.
    11-30-2010, 09:01 PM
Originally Posted by AnnieB538    
From the way this horse is standing, I would have a farrier and a vet look at him. This looks like the stance they adopt when they have laminitus. Good luck.
...? I don't thin that's on topic
    11-30-2010, 09:07 PM
So, over a month later, you write back and say you lied about the owner coming to get them, and then tell everyone that they broke through the fences and ran and are still running loose?
Are we to believe this story also? I am wondering if there were ever three "feral" horses at all........... Or just your imagination

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