- Horse Talk
|Toni_NE ||08-03-2007 02:05 PM |
Jolly Balls for horses....... do your horses like them??
Jolly Balls for horses........... do your horses like them??
|KANSAS_TWISTER ||08-04-2007 12:27 AM |
as much as they like playing with bleech bottles tied in a bunch with bale twine
|SD*Sable~Whiskey ||08-04-2007 11:28 PM |
I bought one for my horses and they nosed it around for a bit and then never touched it again. My brother's black lab, on the other hand, loved it. She plays with that thing constantly. Oh well, at least something plays with it and it wasn't a waste of money. :)
|Punk pony ||08-12-2007 12:13 AM |
my boy has a basketball that goes wherever he does
|KANSAS_TWISTER ||08-12-2007 03:30 AM |
lol...that works too, abby and star have one but the deflaited it, but it's agreat toy for them
|Jumpers ||07-01-2009 09:22 PM |
I bought one for Woody, but he never uses it. My dog loves it, though.
|horseoffire ||07-01-2009 09:28 PM |
This 1 pony at the barn has one and absolutly loves it.
|Scoutrider ||07-01-2009 10:33 PM |
My grandma's QH had a hard plastic apple shaped ball on a rope that he positively mangled (along with several buckets, a tube steel hayrack, and a few boards in his stall) over a couple of years. My sister's QH has a legit Jolly Ball hanging in his stall, mainly as a marker to keep him from pooping in his water (butt hits ball, doesn't come close enough for precision aim, lol), but he gives it a smack every now and again. My first horse was afraid of one, he just stood in his stall quivering. I might get one for Scout before winter. He's curious, playful, and absolutely fearless, I think he'll enjoy one, especially during the time he's "snowed in." :D
I have seen a few horses use them but not much. Dogs LOVE them though!
|PaintHorseMares ||07-01-2009 10:40 PM |
Originally Posted by SD*Sable~Whiskey
I bought one for my horses and they nosed it around for a bit and then never touched it again.
Our mares only nose it around a bit, too. They do, however, like it if you go out and play with them by kicking/throwing it around...then they'll run after it/kick it/etc. I guess it's a 'family game' to them.
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