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  1. #1
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    Default I met Ted the Peep 'Ho!

    I did! I did! I met Ted the Peep 'Ho!

    He really is a peep 'Ho! He even let sit on his back AND he complied with my feeble requests for lengthened gaits, shoulder-in, haunches in and half-pass. Oh, and he did these things rather fluidly (for an, ahem, older man). Kudos to the Ribbon 'Ho for training him so well and keeping him so flexible and fit into his late teens. Must be the peeps!

    And I give a shout out to the OTTBs - what a fun horse to ride!

    It was so fun to meet a COTH star! He looks nothing like his pictures on the Super Fun Horsie Stick Art thread. It seems as though he weighs a bit more than as depicted in that thread.

    J.



  2. #2
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    Thank you, I am much better looking than as depicted in Stick Art, but of course, that is only an artist's interpretation. My awesome good looks are simply too overwhelming to capture by back slashes and carrots.

    And my mom had nothing to do with how awesome I am. She has problems with left and right. But I am slowly getting her to figure this stuff out. She is pretty trainable considering her age.

    You can come and visit any time as long as you bring peeps and rice krispie treats.
    Special Horses - equine volunteer to assist equines in need!
    www.specialhorses.org



  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by J-Lu View Post
    I did! I did! I met Ted the Peep 'Ho!

    He really is a peep 'Ho! He even let sit on his back AND he complied with my feeble requests for lengthened gaits, shoulder-in, haunches in and half-pass. Oh, and he did these things rather fluidly (for an, ahem, older man). Kudos to the Ribbon 'Ho for training him so well and keeping him so flexible and fit into his late teens. Must be the peeps!

    And I give a shout out to the OTTBs - what a fun horse to ride!

    It was so fun to meet a COTH star! He looks nothing like his pictures on the Super Fun Horsie Stick Art thread. It seems as though he weighs a bit more than as depicted in that thread.

    J.

    OHMEGOD OHMEGOD

    WEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

    YOU MET TED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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    Personally, I think the moderate use of shock collars in training humans should be allowed.



  4. #4
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    yeah teddy rocks haha



  5. #5
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    Does Ted's business card read:

    Ted, the Peep 'Ho

    or

    Theodore, (Theodosius?) Peep(TM) Prostitute, LLC?
    The armchair saddler
    Politically Pro-Cat



  6. #6
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    I don't need any business cards. I have no place to keep them. I am assuming everyone knows me by my profile pic.

    When I get secretaries, THEY will carry my cards and Blackberries. And then I will be able to say to my fellow equines, "Have your people call my people." Nice.
    Special Horses - equine volunteer to assist equines in need!
    www.specialhorses.org



  7. #7
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    J-Lu,
    Welcome to the Ted fan club . DGRH was kind enough to let me take a few hacks on Ted when I was temporarily horseless, and he was extraordinarily tolerant of my western/hj influenced, non-dressage background riding.
    BES
    Proudly owned by 2 chestnut mares
    Crayola Posse: sea green
    Mighty Rehabbers Clique



  8. #8
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    J-Lu, you are one lucky lady to have ridden Ted. WOW!
    When I met him, it was pouring rain and he was indisposed to give autographs. He did generously eat some peeps to humor me...



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