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    02-18-2012, 08:42 PM
Just a follow-up on my Marley girl =)

I am kind of disappointed that she didn't have something interesting going on with her, but I am super happy that medically she is healthy! I've decided to not try the regumate on her, nor am I playing with any other crazy supplements.....

Marley now has a trainer coming to work with her 3 days a week and it turns out she's just a girl who is to smart for her own good and knows it! I didn't want to mess up and risk the relationship we have built so I did hire someone... She's just a very smart mare who didn't know how to react when her new owner (me) wanted to break her... She's making remarkable progress!!!

But I do have to say when it comes to her behavior, when I spoke to any of the trainers I considered they were very happy I had her tested like I had... I guess I did something right!
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