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post #13311 of 17185 Old 09-03-2011, 01:51 PM
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Haha, she's like "Really? REALLY? I was sleeping in case you hadn't noticed..."

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post #13312 of 17185 Old 09-03-2011, 02:27 PM
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haha and I'm like "Awww Muffin!!" and then I took pics :p It was scary walking to the field to get her, I was scared there was something wrong. She doesn't lie down much, in fact I've NEVER seen her lie down. She rolls quite a bit but she doesn't usually stay down I don't think. But she IS getting old. 24 this year!! She's doing great though, she'll last a while!

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post #13313 of 17185 Old 09-03-2011, 03:15 PM
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I hate the feeling of having an old horse. Sheena's 18 this year, but really I think she will go into her 30's because she has been so well taken care of and she is half pony.

I mean, each year we keep going UP in eventing levels, and she keeps getting older. She can do novice fences no problem.

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post #13314 of 17185 Old 09-03-2011, 07:56 PM
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Cheyenne-I can't beleive she's 24!!!! She acts soo much younger :P

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post #13315 of 17185 Old 09-03-2011, 09:14 PM
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VB- yeah, I don't even want to think about what it'll be like when I come to the barn and there's something wrong with her. She's doing SO great right now though, she doesn't have hoof problems at ALL she can still win in gymkhanas (meaning she can go FAST, we have some tough competitors. The only reason why we aren't winning now is because of ME, I hold her back because I'm scared. On the October gymkhana I'm gonna go for it though, it's just fun stuff, really.), her weight is perfect, she could bulk up a little, but she's fit...She's doing amazing.
That's great that your horse is doing good too!

RaR- I know right!?! She's a maniac! :p

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post #13316 of 17185 Old 09-03-2011, 09:31 PM
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Haha nice picture Cheyenne.

Colts are evil -_- first I got bitten by Ducky yesterday then I got bitten by Classic today. Cheeky twirps lol they were only playing but it hurt and its naughty. Then yesterday a filly who is known for playing up chucked a big rearing,bucking, kicking hissy fit when I was taking her to a paddock. I couldn't hold on and she got loose running around like a maniac. Luckily all the colts were on the walker and they couldn't get to eachother. I suppose I can't say I have a boring job hehe.

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post #13317 of 17185 Old 09-03-2011, 10:20 PM
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^thanks! wow what a day you had!

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post #13318 of 17185 Old 09-04-2011, 02:19 AM
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Colts are evil. Being bitten by the colt even if he is considered as playing is a concern.
I never advocate hitting a horse but that is the exception. If you don't imprint on him that it is not acceptable to bite the hand that feeds him, so to speek. It could escalate. My filly Savannah tried it on and my reaction was to hit her on the mouth. It took a week or so for her to settle and offer her head again but she never tried to bite again. Its only responding with equal force as an older horse would do. But don't hit the horse for displaying youthfull jubilation, he is learning.
Savannah tried to double barrel me, that is kick with both hooves. She missed I didn't. She never did that again. All it was was her lack of respect as she was then, and is now what could be described as the top mare, she was trying to boss me around.
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post #13319 of 17185 Old 09-04-2011, 05:25 PM
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OMG! I got 2nd at my Horse Trial!! I was doing Beginner novice (2'7''); we got a 33.5. I was 1pt off my collective marks from 1st place! So proud of my girly!

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post #13320 of 17185 Old 09-04-2011, 06:01 PM
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^^That's AWESOME!!! See, I told you you'd do well!! It was jumping right? Guessing you had a good time too, sounds like fun!

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