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WILLEM: please jingle for mein selve (update pg 11)

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  • So I told Glimmer what was going on with Willem yesterday, and his german side came out (he is half Hanno, half TB you know).

    I tried to write it down, I think he said: "erhalten Sie die hohen Oberseiten der convers, sie sind am bequemsten!" Which I think has something to do with Willem's choice of conver's shoes...

    and then he said something like: saugt Füße Schmerz. Wann Sie, die Füße besser, ich glauben nimmt Sie tanzend mit meinen Damefreunden, O.K.? Which I think is something about feet and dancing later when they are better... I am not sure, because I tried to repeat it to my mother in law who is fluent but she just looked at me oddly and started laughing. So who knows how badly I butchered the language...

    Then his TB side came out, and he is jingling for Willem like he is coming down the homestretch at the Kentucky Derby. It caught on, and now all 10 horses around him are jingling and its' spreading fast...

    Take care of yourself Coreene, so you can take care of Willem. That is muy importanto!

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    • Coreene & Willem~

      Vegas (who also is a big chestnut horse dealing with sore front feet) and I are keeping you both in our thoughts! We sure understand what it's like to wait on pins and needles to learn our fate.

      Sending the warmest, strongest wishes that Willem will be feeling much better soon and comfort and strength to see you both through!

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      • Lots of jingles from the East Coast Willem. We could hear them last night as we sat out on the porch for a few moments. They're coming from everywhere, even from places that haven't posted yet. We're with you every minute, Coreene, and hope that brings you some comfort.
        They don't call me frugal for nothing.
        Proud and achy member of the Eventing Grannies clique.

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        • Willem - you MUST try LaminaSaver!!!! I know your mother, Coreene, is doing everything humanly possible for you, but please ask her about the LaminaSaver! My good friend has a 5 year old filly who had EVERYTHING wrong with her - BAD puncture wound, foundered BACK foot, contracted tendon surgery on both front legs....her latest Xrays showed that she was actually rotating back upward, and she is totally sound, and being ridden on the flat. Anyway, as everyone else has said - we are Jingling for ya!!

          ~*~Do not walk behind me, for I may not lead. Do not walk ahead of me, for I may not follow. Do not walk beside me either. Just pretty much leave me the hell alone.~~ Straight from the horse's mouth ~*~

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          • My heart is in my throat, I am deeply humbled by all your kind words, wishes, love and jingles.

            We are all doing our very best, and it ain't over 'til the fat lady sings. And I ain't planning no singing yet!

            xxxxx

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            • How's he feeling today?

              (((((((((((((hugs)))))))))))) and love to you both. Hang in there, and if there is anything you need, please let me know, okay?

              love ya

              >^.,.^<


              *~Forget love... I'd rather fall in chocolate!~*
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              You can't have everything. Where would you put it all?

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              • I mostly lurk here, but I loff you, Willem!

                Jingles from central NY!!

                (And Booger vibes, of course!!)

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                • Dear Coreene and Willem,

                  I am hoping & praying for you both..
                  Hope and positive thoughts are being sent your way..

                  Hope, hope, hope for Willem!!...

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                  • Sending more prayers and jingles to Willem!

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                    • Best wishes from VA - we're jingling - actually, I was jingling until Carson took the curb chain and took off with it - but that probably still counts, as it jingles over the dog's head, down the stairs, and into the kiddie pool.... And my mother wants ANOTHER grandchild???????

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                      • Jingles from GA - hope things take a turn for the better.

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                        • Big Jingles for our friend Willem! And, of course, for you Colleene!

                          Member of the Appaloosa Sport Horse Clique!!!
                          Member of the Appaloosa Sport Horse Clique!!!

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                          • Big jingles for both Coreene & Willem

                            "Throw your heart over the fence and your horse will follow"
                            \"Throw your heart over the fence and your horse will follow\"

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                            • JINGLE JINGLE JINGLE!
                              JINGLE JINGLE JINGLE!
                              JINGLE JINGLE JINGLE!
                              JINGLE JINGLE JINGLE!
                              JINGLE JINGLE JINGLE!
                              JINGLE JINGLE JINGLE!
                              JINGLE JINGLE JINGLE!


                              *Tiffany*

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                              • Jingles and best wishes from over the water. Don't know what to say really but I'm really hoping for the very best here.
                                In the swiftness of my darkness I whisper to thunder, I am patient as stone, as wild as lightening, the very symbol of surging potency and the power of movement for I am THE SPIRIT OF THE HORSE

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                                • Jingles from El's

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                                  • Jingles still coming for Willem from here - and lots of positive thoughts!

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                                    on the horse."
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                                    "Show me the back of a thoroughbred horse, and I will show you my wings."
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                                    • Jingles and hugs to both of you. I would say that as long as he's bright eyed and begging, you can count yourself among the top 50%. My 30 year old QH with navicular is dealing with the abscess from hell right now. 3 weeks and counting.
                                      You're both in my thoughts.

                                      "I've got a holiday, a paid holiday, I've got a holiday in my head"

                                      Shoulders back, hands down, leg ON!

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                                      • Willem: I am jingling as hard as I can and now that my two girls are with me, they are jingling too. Marple is injured and will never be sound again - she says that the lots of loving Coreene gives you will get you through!

                                        From Mudsville, USA

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                                        • Sure hope Willem is feeling better. I cared for a pony with Cushings and he foundered very easily. Sadly, his owner would insist on feeding him terribly bad things (the mashed up apples from making cider, fresh cut lawn grass, corn husks, etc, in large amounts).

                                          Our own dear Galley had Cushings as well, but never foundered so we were spared that agony.

                                          Hang in there, Coreene.

                                          Friendship is Love without his wings
                                          -Lord Byron
                                          "If you would have only one day to live, you should spend at least half of it in the saddle."

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