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  1. Remali
    10-21-2014 08:42 PM - permalink
    Remali
    Hey there Sue, testing my visitor messages. I looked at my settings and I have everything set for everyone to be able to reply to me. But right now , oddly, I cannot even locate my Visitor Messages, it seems to have just disappeared... it's strange.
  2. Missy May
    10-19-2014 10:48 AM - permalink
    Missy May
    Thanks on behalf of Rarity, Sue. :) I like color coat color genetics when they aren't as complicated as hers. ;)
  3. NBEventer
    10-04-2014 09:33 PM - permalink
    NBEventer
    Lol I guess lots of things in common I wouldnt say its "handling" them so much as being open minded and seeing their point of view and understanding them. I am a very open minded understanding free spirited person who has a very different perspective on Christianity.
  4. Woodhaven
    10-03-2014 12:38 PM - permalink
    Woodhaven
    Thanks for your kind email, I just hate to think of a time when I can't ride anymore. I went out for a lovely ride yesterday, just me and my mare, it was so good to ride through the woods especially now that the trees are starting to change colours. I would like to start showing her a little so must get busy with some schooling if I want to do that.
    Glad that your father keeps up with the competing. All the best to him. Bonny
  5. Chiilaa
    10-03-2014 11:11 AM - permalink
    Chiilaa
    Yup. I actually noticed that you were my way tonight as well. Showed hubby your blog - he is a home designer, so was quite interested :)
  6. AnitaAnne
    10-02-2014 05:28 PM - permalink
    AnitaAnne
    Thanks, it is hard to lose one so young, with so much potential. But it is never easy to have to make the decision to put one down, or watch them suffer. Many horses don't live to see 30 anymore. I have one that is 23+ and one 19, both still ridable, but it is harder on them each year.
  7. DreaMy
    09-25-2014 10:51 AM - permalink
    DreaMy
    One of my neighbors gave me a copy of his books in 6th grade I walked around with my nose in his books for a week.
  8. frlsgirl
    09-22-2014 08:48 AM - permalink
    frlsgirl
    UVM - It's a blood-line of Morgans. It stands for University of Vermont. Vermont is where the Morgan breed originated.
  9. AnitaAnne
    09-21-2014 11:14 AM - permalink
    AnitaAnne
    Continued:

    I named him Baby because he was a big baby! He didn't know a thing, and was used to getting his own way. We had a "come to Jesus" session the first time I lunged him, when he came at me rearing and pawing the air.

    He never was submissive, to anyone. We were equals, and partners. I was the only one to ride him for a very long time, and only two other riders were ever on him, one for a week, one one time at a clinic.

    Unfortunately I had to put him down in 2012 because his fetlock joints were breaking down. He was unridable since 2010, and the vet couldn't do anything to stop it. His joints were too big for his bones.


    I miss him a lot, he had a huge personality and loved to travel. He loved to jump too! he used to jump things in the pasture, just for fun. Silly horse.
  10. AnitaAnne
    09-21-2014 11:13 AM - permalink
    AnitaAnne
    Thank you! I love them all. Oh Baby, that horse was something else indeed! When I bought him, he was an unbroke 3.5yr old that intimidated his owner/breeded and her "trainers". His toes were curled up cause they couldn't even control him enough for a trim. The only thing they managed was an occasional lunging session, but he would just stop and stand at the gate with his butt towards them, and they were too timid to approach him from the rear.

    He was only 14.2h with a giant head! By the time he was 5, he was 16+hands

    The breeder raised Percheron/TB and AngloArabs, and Baby was an accidental, one-of-a-kind breeding.

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  • About SueC
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    Rural upbringing, B.Sc. (Biology / Env. Sc.), currently creating an eco-friendly house and farm
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    Australia
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    Nature, food, hiking, dog walking, horses, cycling, reading, writing, making things
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    Education, farming, owner building
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    Female
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    getting close to finishing a strawbale house with her husband!
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