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Ask the horse Psychic! - NO MORE FREEBEES.... Canter Ohio gets a buck or more from U

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  • Ask the horse Psychic! - NO MORE FREEBEES.... Canter Ohio gets a buck or more from U

    That's it peeps!!! All the rest will require some type of donation to Canter OHIO! Anything posted after post #891 by Jive, requires a donation to Canter Ohio to get SWAMI RABBIT to reply... http://www.canterusa.org/ohio/donations.htm Big or small it doesn't matter, it all adds up.
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    Ask the horse Psychic! - freebees end at 10pm tonight! After that it's by donation to CANTER OHIO only. Thanks so much to those who donated already! You guys are the bestest!


    This week only, my service is free.

    Ask away. I'll gladly contact your horse for the answers.

    Please provide horse's name, age, sex and location along with any question you'd like answered, please limit this to one question per horse.



    EDITED TO ADD:

    Please just one question per user. I can't keep up with all the requests. Also, please don't send me any Private Messages as my box keeps getting filled up and I can't answer the PMs and the thread too. Thanks! SWAMI RABBIT.
    Last edited by tidy rabbit; Aug. 28, 2008, 10:05 PM.
    Stoneybrook Farm Afton TN

  • #2
    For Real?

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    • #3
      I'll bite:

      Rudy, 5YO, Gelding, lives in Maryland but currently in the hospital at Leesburg due to his flip-out in the trailer.

      My question: "Why are you such a flipping idiot and think everything is out to get you?"
      Life would be infinitely better if pinatas suddenly appeared throughout the day.

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      • #4
        Tidy, so your waiving your $50 dollar fee?
        LOL....

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        • #5
          Me too

          Sparks ~ 11 yr old TB/QH Gelding, also in MD.

          Question: Why can't you keep your %*&#^%@%&$#@ shoes on?

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          • #6
            check your pm's please

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            • #7
              Cool!

              Dime, 26 yr old g, Williamstown MA

              Would you like to be back in work?
              Form follows function, or does function follow form?

              www.clearvisionequine.com

              http://clearvisionequine.blogspot.com

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              • #8
                Okay, I'll go ahead...

                Grady~ 13 yr old TB gelding, also in Maryland...(us Marylanders have way to much time on our hands today)!

                Question- why do you try and kill every horse I've tried to turn out with you, but yet you seem to want the company?

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Sing Mia Song View Post
                  I'll bite:

                  Rudy, 5YO, Gelding, lives in Maryland but currently in the hospital at Leesburg due to his flip-out in the trailer.

                  My question: "Why are you such a flipping idiot and think everything is out to get you?"
                  Rudy says: I'm an excellent horse. I would live for a long time in the wild because of my strong flight instinct. Please just turn me loose in the BLM lands with my cousin Cloud.
                  Stoneybrook Farm Afton TN

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                  • #10
                    Oh yeah. I'm all over this.

                    Frisbee, 13yo Gelding, Chicagoland.

                    Are you done trying to kill yourself, and ready to start work again, my little pumpkin?
                    Adversity is the stone on which I sharpen my blade.

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                    • #11
                      for real??

                      Higgins: 10 year old tb gelding in mechanicsville, md.

                      what will help him to be sound?

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                      • Original Poster

                        #12
                        Originally posted by Sparky Boy View Post
                        Me too

                        Sparks ~ 11 yr old TB/QH Gelding, also in MD.

                        Question: Why can't you keep your %*&#^%@%&$#@ shoes on?
                        Sparks says: I don't like my shoes because the shoer who comes for me fits me too big. Take a close look, you'll see what I mean mom.
                        Stoneybrook Farm Afton TN

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by boosma47 View Post
                          Cool!

                          Dime, 26 yr old g, Williamstown MA

                          Would you like to be back in work?
                          Dime says: NO WAY! Bring me treats and thats it.
                          Stoneybrook Farm Afton TN

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Acertainsmile View Post
                            Okay, I'll go ahead...

                            Grady~ 13 yr old TB gelding, also in Maryland...(us Marylanders have way to much time on our hands today)!

                            Question- why do you try and kill every horse I've tried to turn out with you, but yet you seem to want the company?
                            Grady says: NONE of YOUR BUSINESS WHY! That's just the way it is!
                            Stoneybrook Farm Afton TN

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by ybiaw View Post
                              Oh yeah. I'm all over this.

                              Frisbee, 13yo Gelding, Chicagoland.

                              Are you done trying to kill yourself, and ready to start work again, my little pumpkin?
                              Frisbee says: I don't know why I do the things I do, perhaps its because of that hideous halter you make me wear. I hate it so much I would rather kill myself than put that thing on again.
                              Stoneybrook Farm Afton TN

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                              • #16
                                I'll try also

                                Tyler, 9 year old Gelding in Michigan.

                                Do you want to start jumping again or do something else?

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                                  #17
                                  Originally posted by BK to some View Post
                                  Higgins: 10 year old tb gelding in mechanicsville, md.

                                  what will help him to be sound?
                                  Higgins says: I don't know, maybe if you got me a
                                  "game ready"
                                  a "magnetic blanket"
                                  a "life time supply of sore-no-more"
                                  a "personal massuse"
                                  an "accupunturist"
                                  4 ice boots for use after every ride
                                  orthapedic expensive shoes replaced every three weeks
                                  suppliments up the wazzuuu
                                  5 ccs of Polyglycan every 4 weeks and 10ccs at each show
                                  regular injections

                                  0H. WAIT. THAT'S Havoline coming through loud and clear. That was his recommendation for your horse. Seems to be working for him!
                                  Stoneybrook Farm Afton TN

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                                    #18
                                    Originally posted by Singer View Post
                                    I'll try also

                                    Tyler, 9 year old Gelding in Michigan.

                                    Do you want to start jumping again or do something else?
                                    Tyler says:

                                    I dont care mom. Just so long as we are together I'm happy.
                                    Stoneybrook Farm Afton TN

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                                    • #19
                                      Fergie, 7, mare, Maryland

                                      What's the deal with your canter?!

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                                      • #20
                                        Oh I've tried everything else so why not this

                                        Casey, 11 year old gelding, Ontario Canada

                                        Oh why, why won't you just relax and accept the contact??? I know it's difficult to re-train, but seriously, it's not as bad as you think! There is no need to fight for 20 minutes every time me or my trainer get on and the giraffe thing is getting tired!!

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