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post #21 of 33 Old 07-06-2009, 03:53 AM
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I didnt realise sandy was so little too - she's really cute :)

I wouldnt worry about jumping without shoes unless your horse has soft feet - heaps of horses go barefoot just fine as everyone has already said...
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post #22 of 33 Old 07-08-2009, 08:20 PM
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Wow! Sandie is a wee one isn't she! Awww, she's a Mini Me!! What a doll! Nelson would stand over her and then some, he's 16.3hh and thick boned *people think he's draft cross*BUT get this Hoofprints - he wear a Frankenstein Bridle! His bridle has to be part cobb and part horse. He is mostly cobb, especially his cheek pieces. His browband is a 15 1/2" and the noseband has to be horse, oh and so does the jowel strap, or whatever you call it.

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post #23 of 33 Old 07-09-2009, 12:23 PM
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Wow! Sandie is a wee one isn't she! Awww, she's a Mini Me!! What a doll! Nelson would stand over her and then some, he's 16.3hh and thick boned *people think he's draft cross*BUT get this Hoofprints - he wear a Frankenstein Bridle! His bridle has to be part cobb and part horse. He is mostly cobb, especially his cheek pieces. His browband is a 15 1/2" and the noseband has to be horse, oh and so does the jowel strap, or whatever you call it.
Part cobb bridle and he's 16.3???? WOW I would never have guessed that! Sandie's definitely a cobb bridle! But the funny thing is, I bought her a cobb halter once and it was too small, "small horse" works better for her halters...but for bridles, def cobb. She's kind of a strange size haha! (and technically a "large pony" at 14.1!) I call her "my little pony" (PS yes, I had like 50 my little ponies when I was a little girl, AND the Paradise Estate and I could probably still recite the theme song too!)

"The times when you have seen only one set of footprints in the sand, is when I carried you..."
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I grew up with the origional My Little Pony's! The Earth Pony's I started out with

Cotton Candy, Minty, Blossom, etc, etc, etc, etc.

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post #25 of 33 Old 07-09-2009, 09:34 PM
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Oh yeah!! Let's see, I had Moondance, Heart Throb, Wind Whistler (my personal fave pony of all!!), Lofty, North Star, Applejack, Bow Tie, Skydancer, Sunbeam, Glory, Moondancer, Firefly, Sundance, Rosedust, Morning Glory, Forget-Me-Not, Honeysuckle, Yum Yum, Best Wishes, Party Time, Sweet Stuff...and many more (including the "Big brother" male ponies!!) lol

Found this website (which is where I remembered the names!)...so neat! Really takes me back!! My Little Pony Collectors

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I had TONS of My Little Pony's - LOVE THEM! I miss mine! My Cousin Ida was worse than I with collecting them though.

She had all the houses that went with them too - like the Ballet dance studio, and the nursery and the list goes on.

I didn't have any of the houses, but I had the pony's.

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post #27 of 33 Old 07-10-2009, 09:03 PM
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HAHA I had the dance studio!!! And Paradise Estate I used to create "pastures" on my carpet for the ponies to graze on lol...and here's the kicker - I never grew up around real horses, just started riding 3 yrs ago at the age of 26! So no idea where I got the idea to create grazing pastures lol Must have seen it on TV!

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LOL! I remember the castle and that dragon that came with it.....what was his name? Or her...?

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post #29 of 33 Old 07-10-2009, 09:07 PM
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oh God I don't even remember...I'll bet you could look it up on that website I found though! All I remember was the "bad guy" in the movie was that purple stuff they called the "Smooze" or something like that LOL

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LOL! Memories!

Did you ever watch the Saturday Morning Cartoon?

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