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post #11 of 22 Old 03-18-2013, 09:30 PM
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I would come up with a story but itll be about meat eating horses but its too lobg to tell :(
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post #12 of 22 Old 03-18-2013, 09:35 PM Thread Starter
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I would come up with a story but itll be about meat eating horses but its too lobg to tell :(
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Those stories (listed above) are all real. Hahaha they are stories of horrors in our horses lives :) so you tell like a spooking story or a refusal story or bolting story from your horses view :) its fun to look at things from your horses view :)
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post #13 of 22 Old 03-21-2013, 05:13 PM
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On a nice sunny morning I,had just woke up and looked around my stall. My best roommate Charles (brown male quarter horse) was missing. I thought to,my self thinking he's out in the pasture having breakfast. So when I,went outside there was no sign of him. Then out of my owners house my partner Anthony came out to check on me. Apperently he wasn't worried that Charles was missing. So half a day went by and still no Charles then around my owners house I see Anthony carrying a big black,garbage bag. I was thinking to myself could he have killed him. Then nightfall came and I was scared when all of a sudden the stall door flew open and out of the shadows Charles walks up to me.,I told him what happen and how I was scared and then he told me that Anthony took him to the vet's office early morning when I was asleep and I was thinking thank gosh next morning im giving Anthony a big kiss (lick) for douting him.
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post #14 of 22 Old 03-21-2013, 05:36 PM
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The Aliens From Mars.

It was a dark and windy day at Southill Prison. I had been forced into the 'arena' (slave pen) and told to trot round as slow as a snail, turning pointless circles every five minutes and being irritated to death by endless calls of 'steady' every time I decided to inject a tinsy bit of fun and canter off. After half an hour of this mind-numbing 'schooling' coughcoughTORTUREcoughcough, my dictator let me have a tiny canter, and as I stretched out, trying to get into a gallop and burn a bit of energy, a spaceship landed outside, crashing and roaring, and I stopped in terror, while my heartless rider told me off for almost 'catapulting' (her words, not mine) her into the ground (wish I had). Then...a massive creaking, groaning sound echoed around....part of the wall vanished and light spilled into the arena....as a shadowed figure stepped into the light, it's intent brutally and sickeningly clear, dark malice glinting in its eyes, Its whole aura so tinged with evil, it was almost tangible...it was going to kill me. I had to save myself! Throwing myself sideways and sprinting to the other side of the arena, I trembled with fear, cowering in the corner, while the murder came nearer and nearer....until it offered me a carrot and I decided that I might as well make friends.

*a car drive up outside the arena and my mother opened the arena door and walked in to tell me she'd finished doing his haynets. Sigh.

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post #15 of 22 Old 06-07-2013, 08:38 AM
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The Cloak of Doom

One dark, dusty afternoon in the torture chamber called "arena"*DUHHDUHDUUUUH!!!!* my friends and I were finally escaping from the Chamber of Death to Brain Cells to walk through the woods of plenty, when IT happened. My stupid owner/passenger/slave driver sometimes/slave more often than not...forgot to wear her jacket-IN THE MIDDLE OF WINTER!!!! Stupid passenger. She had decoded to wear just her sweatshirt, than, at the last moment, she decided she was cold. Some knight in shining armor dismounted, and grabbed her coat, as I was too large for her diminutive body. Just as she was putting on her jacket, I realized the knight had made a mistake. This was no ugly winter jacket-this was the Cloak of Doom!! *DUHDUHDUUUUUUH!!!*
I turned around quickly to save us from this horrible mistake(even though Mistress annoys me, she brings me food and saves me from slave driver meanie butt who Mistress says is her coach...whatever. She has it in for me...someday..) !!!!
For once in her life, Slave Driver Meanie Butt actually gave some good advice, "DROP THE COAT!!!!!" Stupid trainer had meant to yell, "AHHH DROP THE CLOAK OF DOOM AND RUN!!!"

After that, I had to endure endless minutes of how to desensitize your savior from the cloak of doom(or as they said, man up your crazy horse to a stupid coat) , later, I realized that the Cloak of Doom had turned back into a coat once on Mistress's body.

*what really happened is Toby freaked out about me putting on my coat, if ya didn't get the drift *
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post #16 of 22 Old 06-07-2013, 09:21 AM
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I was on a forced march (trail ride) with the boring old red headed Arab gelding from the next paddock. My mistress was insisting nothing was going to leap out and eat us but I knew better. It wasn't long before we met the first of the monsters. Oh they tried to trick me by appearing to look like other horses but I knew it was a ruse. My suspicions were confirmed 2 seconds later when the small, vicious dwarven versions appeared. The were really nasty, sharp toothed monsters in disguise. I tried to tell mistress but she insisted we continue on this suicide mission so I did the best I could by keeping my eyes glued on the monsters until we passed (ie sidepassed the whole length on the boundary fence).

Well as we continued we passed stupid brightly coloured signs and dumb barking mutts but I knew there was something not quite right. Then I saw it, the horrible two legged freaks that invade MY paddock and eat MY grass (kangaroos) thus preventing me from becoming more voluptuous and beautiful than I am already. They mean to starve me weak and eat me I know it. Well again my mistress showed her blonde side insisting we continue but the freaks were playing the wire fence like a harp trying to lure us in (roo was stuck in the fence but finally got through) I tried to make a valiantly quick retreat but mistress will have her way *sigh*

Again we continued with mistress trying to convince me all was fine. THE FOOL. OK maybe this time she was right but that nasty old Arab couldn't resist. He deliberately spooked at nothing so I being the fabulous steed I am would try once again to valiantly make quick escape to save mistress. He sniggered at me the whole way home with the mistresses laughing too *humph*

The story of an interesting trail ride with my green Welsh cob

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post #17 of 22 Old 06-07-2013, 10:18 AM
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these story are very funny you should put them in a book :)

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post #18 of 22 Old 06-11-2013, 01:30 AM
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I had just gotten a wash, and a good grooming. I was being tacked up and I felt good. SO good that I was drooping my lip! (This is a rare occurrence for the all observant me.) The tack was soon adjusted and in the arena we went! Things were going along ok, I was giving my owner quite a bit of trouble with dropping my shoulder at the canter. I finally figured it out and she was saying "good boy!" and was patting my shoulder. About two seconds later I saw a big blob of white throwing a horse eating monster in my direction. I leaped sideways out of fright, unseating my owner. Two leaps later I turned to see my owner in the dirt. And I stood faithfully by her side while she recovered from the beast ripping her off my back. About ten minutes later she made me do what we had done all along past the same location that the beast had been. It was gone now. She didn't ride me for two days after this event.

(The heavy neighbor threw a huge tarp at us for no apparent reason. No warning. He just laughed.... The arena borders the neighbors property.) I landed on my back and am still a little sore. Knocked the wind out of me. But he was a good boy after the fall. I got back on and went through pain to make sure he was cool with the perimeter again.

I have never had such a sore back! Lol
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post #19 of 22 Old 06-11-2013, 09:01 AM
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Well that's rude!!

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post #20 of 22 Old 06-20-2013, 04:53 AM
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It was a very cold winter afternoon and my mother decided it would be a great day to ride outside the arena. I was definitely not okay to go into the field. There are horse eating creatures out there! They look like a horse but are half the size! They catch you with your back turned and pounce! Of course I obeyed my mother and did as she asked. She thought I was rounding for her but little did she know I was just trying to keep my head down so the creature couldn't see me. After 30 minutes of work mom gave me a big pat and decided that I could have the rest of the day off. "The creatures didn't find me! I'm still alive" I thought to myself. I had almost made it to the barn when I heard something that sounded like hooves.It was the creature! I took off as fast as I could. Mom and I made it back to the barn safe and sound but mom didn't sound too happy. She should be more greatful! I saved her life!

(Blue saw one of the miniature horses and bolted on me the mini horses pasture is beside the open field I ride in)
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