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        04-05-2011, 09:20 PM
    Originally Posted by tinyliny    
    I love a horse like that. I mean no dissing to mares, but I find that geldings are often a lot friendlier in the way Roman is. Yoou hsould ask about riding him. He might be an awesome ride. When tbds are good, they are wonderful riding horses.
    His joints crack and pop a lot, I've boarded there since November and I've never seen him be ridden So idk how he'd do or if it would hurt him to ride. And yeah, I've noticed that too. I own a mare myself, but every gelding I've come across is social and sweet, to an extent. Roman is exceptional <3

    Originally Posted by SAsamone    
    Gosh, he reminds me so much of my Texas....he's not on a lead, so if he didn't like what you were doing, he'd walk away. He wants attention/food whatever, and he has a very kind eye. You're just fine in his eyes :)
    Yeah I figured he'd walk away if he didn't like what I was doing, as you saw he was not tied up or forced to be there. Thanks!
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        04-05-2011, 10:16 PM
    Artie does that too, he just wants you to keep scratching him . Man, he is a sweetie!
        04-10-2011, 01:53 PM
    Yeah I'm thinking he's saying that he enjoys what you are doing =) When he looks at you like that he's saying that he trusts you =) He's a handsome guy.

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