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        05-04-2007, 03:35 AM
      #61
    Green Broke
    Oooh, I like the name Lexie.

    Good luck for today with your new girl!
         
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        05-05-2007, 06:22 PM
      #62
    Yearling
    Hooray!! You finally got your horse home!! My favorite name is Lexie, Lily was my second and Chloe was my third How is she doing? I hope she's settling in okay, I can't wait to see more pictures of her!!
         
        05-06-2007, 04:08 AM
      #63
    Yearling
    Thank you guys! She's home and fine. The vet comes out Monday. She may have a hernia, which I'm upset about but I'll go into details about that later.
    Which one is which?
         
        05-10-2007, 09:47 PM
      #64
    Yearling
    The vet comes tomorrow at 11.. FINALLY!!



    I rode Chloe today and yesterday. Yesterday was wonderful. She was very willing and compliant. Today was a little less then graceful. We actually trotted and she acted so druuunk. She is extremely out of shape and very young so I expected this. I must get a new bit for her soon. On the plus side, both of my saddles fit her!



    But over all, she did very well. She's a very sweet girl. I took her to a new place on the farm. She freaked out a little (a lot) but with a one rein stop and lots of patience, she calmed down.

    I am so lucky to have found her. She is in dire need of a trim (for her tootsies). She also has a slightly wild and unpredictable mane.

    My boo and I move out of our house soon. We are still looking around for new places. School is finally over (thank god) so that makes my life a little less hectic. I took this picture of my kitty, Emma. I think it's hilarious. She is NOT this fat, but she is hunched over grooming her tummy. I caught her at an unflattering moment.



         
        05-11-2007, 12:17 AM
      #65
    Yearling
    Cute kiity picture!
    Aww, she sounds like such a good girl! I'm glad you finally got her home
         
        05-11-2007, 03:15 AM
      #66
    Green Broke
    Wow, she's beautiful Kristy. Sounds such a good girl too.

    I like your cat pic.
         
        05-14-2007, 08:53 AM
      #67
    Weanling
    She's really pretty i'm glad you finally have her. I love your kitty pic- I kno what you mean bout the way she's sitting because my kitten does it all the time.
         
        05-23-2007, 10:05 PM
      #68
    Yearling
    Ohhhh my goodness. I've been busy.

    I have discovered how INexperienced my new mare is with EVERYTHING. She was saddle broke before she came and that's about it. I know her previous owner took care of her but she also let Chloe get away with a lot of things she shouldn't have - ie. Bitting, not standing still, ect. So, needless to say, I've had my hands full.

    So far though, things are going really well. I've had to deal with a lot different problems. She's a HUGE baby and very sweet but doesn't quite know what to do with herself.

    First thing that happened was her getting buddy sour and way too dependent on my gelding. I was happy they got along but things got too bad too quick. Every second they were separated my gelding called her back over and OVER. I wanted to bash my head into a wall! She of course wanted to return to him, long story short, I had to make them less dependent on one another. They are doing well and seem to be much more content with the current arrangements.

    I also have to deal with her energy from being young and fresh and her sometimes nervous energy. With her being so young, it's difficult getting her to concentrate on me rather then the world around her. She has improved greatly though.

    She is slowly getting use to motorcycles. Apparently she HATES them. She has thrown a few temper tantrums over some passing by. She's slowly being desensitized to them, though.

    She gave the farrier quite a problem. She wasn't giving him much attention or respect. In her defense, this was a different farrier I wasn't very fond of. However, I worked with her being able to balance on three legs and she is improving.

    Like any ex racer (99% of them anyway) she had a huge space issue. She didn't understand staying out of my space. She is now quite respectful of it and keeps from crawling up my legs.

    Today I worked on Chloe accepting contact. I made running reins and used them while lunging her in the round pen. Initially she began reverting back to harness life when she raced with the running reins on. She is now starting to accept contact without going into race mode and is being able to relax. I did this yesterday and today. Today she did much better but had difficulty with the footing as it was terribly muddy.

    And now I am having to reconsider buying a new bridle. (As if all this wasn't enough!) The one I have just isn't large enough and it's rubbing her fur off. :( However, I found one that I am in love with:



    If I got it, I would get the clear crystals. =)
         
        05-24-2007, 01:28 AM
      #69
    Yearling
    Oh, that's so pretty! Is it expensive? She sound like she's a great horse, but a little bit of a handfull I'm glad you like her!
         
        05-24-2007, 11:25 AM
      #70
    Green Broke
    Thats a really pretty bridle. Sounds like your having fun! Bet she is so worth it though.
         

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