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  1. #21
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    Didn't you just want to give it a pat on the head and a "good boy" at the end?


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    It skeeves me out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mvp View Post
    It skeeves me out.
    Me, too -- until it fell over. Immediately I felt sorry for it (although I did laugh) and was rooting for it to get up. By the time I saw it "trotting" at the end I was completely enamored.
    Founding member of the "I Miss bar.ka" clique
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    really good rhythm even in the mud he tried hard to maintain rhythm


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    It seems wrong to call it cute, yet by the time it was trotting along, it surely was!


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    Had a hard time getting past the tiny hooves!
    "You're horse is behind the vertical!"
    "Of course he's behind the vertical, I haven't jumped it yet!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by SillyHorse View Post
    Me, too -- until it fell over. Immediately I felt sorry for it (although I did laugh) and was rooting for it to get up. By the time I saw it "trotting" at the end I was completely enamored.
    I know. Very sci fi. I fear the alien and then feel pity for it. WTF? And how much did it cost to build?
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    Looks like its been Parelli trained.
    See those flying monkeys? They work for me.



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    Quote Originally Posted by nhwr View Post
    Looks like its been Parelli trained.
    The apex of natural horsemanship is a machine.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ctab View Post
    Had a hard time getting past the tiny hooves!
    Not to worry, navicular and founder aren't a problem.



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