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Horse Spooking Explained

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    07-01-2007, 05:42 PM
Horse Spooking Explained

What your horse is spooking at and what they are thinking!

THE WALMART BAG- don't you know that it can blow up in our faces and smother us to death!


THE MUD PUDDLE - Alligators live in water

SMALL CHILD- little flesh eating gremlins

SMALL CREEK- not only alligators, but snakes, bitting turtles and piranah fish!

BLOWING LEAVES- Big foot IS out there I hear his footsteps!

AlUMINUM CAN- Aluminum has been shown to possibly cause cancer..I am NOT taking any chances here!

SMALL DARTING ANIMAL-Sources of rabies...not taking any chances on THAT either

SOMETHING MOVED FROM ONE PLACE TO ANOTHER- I am telling you Bigfoot is out there and he moved that last night!

TREES- Bears and lions have been known to dwell there...

QUAIL- (should have been covered in small darting animal but) -didn't they say bird can carry west nile??? I rest my case! Plus I am not spooking at them I am just trying to 'avoid' stepping on them yeah.
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    09-12-2007, 12:28 AM
ROFL! That is so funny
    09-14-2007, 06:00 PM
That is so true how did you come up wit dat?

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