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    Adorable!

    If you get tired of her you can send her here to Florida to live with me!!

    (and can I have your hay? We have nothing that looks that yummy here!)



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    She IS a cutie.

    2 new horses--lucky you! How did you find this little girl?



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    LOL yeah the hay. Apparently it won 2nd place in a national forage superbowl. It is incredibly beautiful stuff. 50 lb bales - 2.50 a bale!!

    This girl is my stallion's filly from last year. He left a couple months ago to go stand at a breeding farm so I arranged to get this girl. She's such a doll and is a carbon copy of her dad which is perfect for me She's bold and fearless, sooooo loveable, and very very smart/easy to train. She's just 14 months old but acts like a big horse. I've trimmed her feet 3 x and didn't even have a halter on her any of those. Just park her by the hay and she'll stand there all day. First time exposed to a horse trailer, she was 12 months. Walked right up, stepped on, and stood absolutely quiet, eating her hay. Deworming - shots - don't even need a halter. First time ponying she walked right behind the big horse and never tried to get away. It took her 30 seconds to figure out what I wanted, then I could take her all over the farm. I don't know what I ever did to deserve such a perfect baby but I tell you what - I'm soaking up every wonderful minute

    Yeah the other new horse, the Paso gelding, I love him, he's a good boy, but he's just not people oriented like my Arabs are.



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    those Arabs--they are indeed smart! Glad you are enjoying her.

    Is Andre away for good or just temporarily? You had him looking so nice and I was waiting for more pictures of you riding him!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Dispatcher View Post
    those Arabs--they are indeed smart! Glad you are enjoying her.

    Is Andre away for good or just temporarily? You had him looking so nice and I was waiting for more pictures of you riding him!
    I wouldn't say "for good" but it is a long term situation. I see him frequently and can ride whenever I want. There's been talk about getting a few more nice babies then gelding him and bringing him home but I just don't know yet what's going to happen.



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    She's cute! What kind of hay is she eating? It looks good.
    And doesn't she know the gloves go on the hooves?



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    LOL yeah the hay. Apparently it won 2nd place in a national forage superbowl. It is incredibly beautiful stuff. 50 lb bales - 2.50 a bale!!
    Get out of town...$2.50 per bale?
    What type of hay is that? Is it an all grass mix? I don't see alfalfa leaves or timothy heads in it bu then I didn't have my nose on the screen either for a closer look. Second cut?
    Average around here is $5-$6 per bale of timothy/OG mix first cut. Sometimes a bit less if you find a place that lets you pick it up in the fields.
    Grass pasture and nice looking hay for $2.50 per bale...green with envy. I could afford 3x more horses! (maybe it's good that I don't live there)
    You jump in the saddle,
    Hold onto the bridle!
    Jump in the line!
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    Gorgeous!!!



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    It's 3rd crop - 75% orchard grass, 25% alfalfa. That's about normal price for around here. I figured it would be more expensive than typical but I got lucky! He has 700 bales of this cutting left, and is cutting 4th crop now.



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    LOL I took a couple still shots off a video. Not the greatest quality but funny anyway.

    http://www.hphoofcare.com/LookOutTuna.jpg

    http://www.hphoofcare.com/RunTuna.jpg



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