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  • Archie 8 yr tb:

    Am I ready to show?


    HAHA Do you know what they call him? FANFAG.........I hate the name. I will call him that other one...
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      Originally posted by gloriginger View Post
      Tucker (was Cody), solid chestnut paint, 19ish- western MA

      Are you well cared for where you currently reside?
      Tucker says: I hope so. Are you worried about me? Find me and make sure I'm okay.
      Stoneybrook Farm Afton TN

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      • Original Poster

        Originally posted by Jealoushe View Post
        Archie 8 yr tb:

        Am I ready to show?


        HAHA Do you know what they call him? FANFAG.........I hate the name. I will call him that other one...
        Archie says: I don't know if you're ready to show or not. I hope you are if you're taking me someplace. I hate to have to do it on my own. You remember how to grab mane don't you?
        Stoneybrook Farm Afton TN

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        • Originally posted by tidy rabbit View Post
          You've come to the right place! Remember, sometimes you actually do get what you pay for! Since this costs nothing, its worth about as much! Smiles are free to share...

          DIVA says: Why should I tell you anything? You're not the boss of me.

          Lady Nole says: Oh yes, I loved the foxhunt, but please do give a few days off and some bute afterwards.

          Woodbea says: If you'd make the jumps bigger for me this wouldn't be an issue would it?

          OMG You are so right on!
          Especially with Woodbea.
          Everyone has told me that but to hear it directly out of the horses mouth is just what i needed. Now to find someone that will actually jump those big jumps on him

          I will be more thoughtful with Lady Nole and pamper her after every hunt.

          and Diva....well that sounds just like her!
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          "Ain't no horse ever run faster than I could ride it"" (Wind Whistling through Willow)
          Owner of Josephine "The Lost and Found Kitty"

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          • hahah don't I know it. Just purchased under name, " Ebony Lynn"...since everyone is loving this thread so much- any suggestions on names for a solid black thoroughbred mare?

            or maybe Tidy Rabbit will be feeling generous and contact her one more time to see what SHE want's to be named???!!!

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            • Casper, 10 y/o Arabian, Virginia

              Casper, are you really trying to commit suicide? And if you are, why?
              Homeopathy claims water can cure you since it once held medicine. That's like saying you can get sustenance from an empty plate because it once held food.

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              • If you would be so kind!

                Duncan 10yr old, Bay, Hanoverian Gelding in Davidson, NC

                Just wondering how life is in general?
                ~ Unexpected ~

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                • Original Poster

                  Originally posted by EBONY LYNN View Post
                  hahah don't I know it. Just purchased under name, " Ebony Lynn"...since everyone is loving this thread so much- any suggestions on names for a solid black thoroughbred mare?

                  or maybe Tidy Rabbit will be feeling generous and contact her one more time to see what SHE want's to be named???!!!
                  This just in!....

                  Peach says: Call me Peach. When I was a mere filly some man said about me "This one's a real Peach" and that's what everyone called me from then on. I love being called Peach.
                  Stoneybrook Farm Afton TN

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                  • Original Poster

                    Originally posted by arabhorse2 View Post
                    Casper, 10 y/o Arabian, Virginia

                    Casper, are you really trying to commit suicide? And if you are, why?
                    Casper says: Yes I really am trying to commit suicide, it's the prospect of wearing barn fashions that are so 2 seasons ago. I hate my clothes. Please get me some decent clothes.
                    Stoneybrook Farm Afton TN

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                    • Original Poster

                      Originally posted by Lives2Jump View Post
                      If you would be so kind!

                      Duncan 10yr old, Bay, Hanoverian Gelding in Davidson, NC

                      Just wondering how life is in general?
                      Duncan says: Life is good. I miss you though.
                      Stoneybrook Farm Afton TN

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                      • Originally posted by tidy rabbit View Post
                        Duncan says: Life is good. I miss you though.

                        Awww I have been gone all summer
                        ~ Unexpected ~

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                        • Indy, 21 y.o TB, Virginia

                          Question: Are you happy at your new home and starting to be back in work?
                          Calm & Collected, 13, OTTB
                          Forrest Gump (Catasauqua) , 17, OTTB
                          Little Bit Indian, 29, TB
                          Owner of Spur of the Moment, Custom made spur straps! Find us on Facebook

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                          • Maserati, 5 y/o Arab stallion, Kansas

                            You're too nice of a guy to not train, so... which sport should we finish you in?
                            Brittany B.
                            Currently: Trying to make both Pharm school and H/J work together

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                            • Originally posted by tidy rabbit View Post
                              Grady says: NONE of YOUR BUSINESS WHY! That's just the way it is!
                              By God, your a GENIUS!!!!

                              Thats his attitude exactly!!!
                              Last edited by Acertainsmile; Aug. 25, 2008, 08:00 PM.

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                              • Yay! How fun!

                                1 - Peppy, 4 year old Appendix gelding, Lebanon CT

                                Is it only your back that's hurting you or is there something else? Mom promises to get you a masseuse/chiro guy just as soon as he calls me back...

                                2 - Blaze, 5 yr old Thoroughbred gelding, Lebanon CT

                                Why do you pee so much in the ailse?
                                "And I saw heaven opened, and behold a white horse..." ~Revelation 19:11

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                                • Original Poster

                                  Originally posted by cswoodlandfairy View Post
                                  Indy, 21 y.o TB, Virginia

                                  Question: Are you happy at your new home and starting to be back in work?
                                  Indy says: Yes I'm happy but there are not enough treats and special neck stratches here. Can you do something about that for me?
                                  Stoneybrook Farm Afton TN

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                                  • Original Poster

                                    Originally posted by Rock Chalk PharmHawk View Post
                                    Maserati, 5 y/o Arab stallion, Kansas

                                    You're too nice of a guy to not train, so... which sport should we finish you in?
                                    Maserati says: I would like to be an endurance horse racing in Arabia, no make that Egypt. If you can't do that, can we do the costume classes? Oh and anything to do with either mares or a dummy works too.
                                    Stoneybrook Farm Afton TN

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                                    • Sorry- here it is

                                      Pashley 4(?) y/o TB Maryland-

                                      What did you think about yesterday, want to work together/get into showing with me?
                                      Spell-checked prior to transmission. All errors occured en route.

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                                      • Original Poster

                                        Originally posted by LDavis104 View Post
                                        Yay! How fun!

                                        1 - Peppy, 4 year old Appendix gelding, Lebanon CT

                                        Is it only your back that's hurting you or is there something else? Mom promises to get you a masseuse/chiro guy just as soon as he calls me back...

                                        2 - Blaze, 5 yr old Thoroughbred gelding, Lebanon CT

                                        Why do you pee so much in the ailse?
                                        Peppy says: Well, because my back hurt for so long, now my knees, ankles, fetlocks and feet hurt too, and don't forget my hocks they hurt too. I could sure use some tlc right now and maybe some nice Morrison Aluminum shoes with the built in rockered toes and no steel running though them so my break over improves naturally. A big bottle of sore-no-more, I like it heated a little bit and then rubbed into my back on a daily basis, that would really really help. Also, can we talk about doing Congress next year? Please!!!

                                        Blaze says: Sweety, my racing days are behind me and I'm anything but lightning fast so can you please please call me Whiz-meister?
                                        Stoneybrook Farm Afton TN

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                                        • Original Poster

                                          Originally posted by Anawazor View Post
                                          Pashley 4(?) y/o TB Maryland-

                                          What did you think about yesterday, want to work together/get into showing with me?
                                          Pashley says: I think you're getting a little ahead of yourself. We hardly need to jump into this relationship. I like to take my time and get to know someone before making a commitment.
                                          Stoneybrook Farm Afton TN

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