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My horse has been locked in her stall for a few days ( due to muddy pasture ) and I let her out today just to stretch out her muscles. She took about five steps before pawing at the ground for a few seconds and bending down to the ground. She rolled around for awhile then got up and started to run and buck for awhile. I thought that was so cute! Of course she was muddy, I had to groom her but it was soo cute!

Any stories out there?
 

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My friend and I were hosing off our horses during the summer, and my horse at the time took the hose in his mouth and deliberately sprayed my friends horse! It was sooooooooo incredibly cute and hilarious!
 

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I would have to say the cutest thing my horse Honor has done was probably at my last show of the season last year. I was an emotional wreck (due to lack of sleep) and had placed 6th in my Equitation event. I went into pleasure with a lil bit of hope and then Honor started poping his head up and not doing so well(from my point of view). I immediatley lost all hope and just finished the class. There was about 19 of us in it and I just dismounted and sulked. When they announced the placings, they started with 6th and worked up. I just assumed I didnt place until I heard me and Honors name called for second place! I started crying out of happiness and Honor wrapped his neck around me and gave me a hug. He never gives hugs...ever! So theres my cutie story.
 

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About a year ago, I was feeding a few of the horses windfall apples...the small ones. Hoover was with them, and I gave him one. I fed the other two horses, noticed he wasn't chewing anymore, gave him another. A few minutes later, I offered him a third...and *pleaugh* he opened his mouth and two whole apples fell out. He looked down at them like "crap...I've been had"...he was cheeking them to trick me into giving him more.

He also has this adorable (irritating) habit of untying himself at the post. He pulls the quick release knot, and walks away a couple steps with the rope in his mouth...then turns to look at me like "isn't this funny what I did, Mom?"
 

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I have a two yo filly and if you have your back facing her head and you scratch her withers she'll scratch your back with her lips. lol So cute!
 
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