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500 things my Horse told me! - Time for some fun!

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  • "Put the treats in my feed tub and back away ...SLOWLY"
    "Don't even think of putting those ribbons in my mane...and OMG is that pink Glitter"-- <--what I know my DD's pony says daily
    "I would not beleive her if her tongue came notorized"

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    • "Bon bon!"

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      • OMG Mom! Where have you been?!?! I've been waiting sooooo long for you to show up! Give me kisses, more kisses! Can I have a carrot? Wait! Where are you going?!?! Come back!(Dances in place when I walk across the aisle) Is she coming back? Oh thank goodness, you are coming back! Don't walk mom, RUN! Come give me more kisses and another cookie... Pleeeeaaaasssseeee?! I love you... Sigh (Big soppy brown eye look.) Don't ever leave me....
        Celtic Charisma (R.I.P) ~ http://flickr.com/photos/rockandracehorses/2387275281
        Proud owner of "The Intoxicated Moose!"
        "Hope is not an executable plan" ~ My Mom
        I love my Dublin-ator

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        • Jax "Is there more hay/food? Please tell me there is more food. Oh good, thanks! You can be on your way now...."
          Celtic Charisma (R.I.P) ~ http://flickr.com/photos/rockandracehorses/2387275281
          Proud owner of "The Intoxicated Moose!"
          "Hope is not an executable plan" ~ My Mom
          I love my Dublin-ator

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          • "I'm resting up for my nap".
            Groom to trainer: "Where's the glamour? You promised me glamour!"

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            • "Thank you for giving me a chance. What do you want me to do? I will try my best."

              The one that wasn't supposed to stay, seems to say this to me every day.
              I suppose that's one reason why he's still here. Can't help but love him :-)

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              • Just hang on & stay out of my way & I'll get us around xc. I really have to do everything myself or it won't get done correctly

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                • Phoenix, the steady QH gelding: "The dog scared me. Just hold my head while I close my eyes. I need sympathy."

                  Maggie, the Shetland Pony: "I'm a good girl. See? I'm nice to the little boy. May I have treats now? (nom, nom) And now? (nom, nom) What about now? (nom, nom) I could use another...."

                  Donkeyotee, the large standard donkey gelding: "So, when you get on my back, you don't want to see my acrobatic moves? Really? 'Cause they're really cool."

                  Libby, the Morgan mare (recent rescue): "I'm safe now, I'm safe now, I'm safe now..." *happy sigh* "Oh no! Someone is coming! Oh, it's you. I'm safe now, I'm safe now...."
                  “Pray, hope, and don't worry.”

                  St. Padre Pio

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                  • "Cut it oot." (he's Canadian)
                    Adversity is the stone on which I sharpen my blade.

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                    • "I'm going to yell and yell until you feed me. You might forget this one time to feed me, even though you haven't yet, you just might."

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                      • My old mare in her journalists a lot..
                        You are my master and I lose you_Squirrel!!!!
                        A pussycat of a horse with a chewed off tail won the triple crown, The Cubs won the world series and Trump won the Presidency.
                        Don't tell me 'It can't be done.'

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                        • When I ride-" ugh I apparently do not speak your language, get off my face"
                          When trainer rides-" see how pretty I can be""

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                          • Aren't I cute!

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                            • "Today we shall gallop. No cookies before and many cookies and a shower after. And make sure you giggle when I gallop like you always do. I like that."
                              http://www.camstock.net/

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                              • From my late ASB mare

                                "I don't want to go outside the barn! I don't want to go back in my stall either! Hmph!"

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                                • You're not the boss of me! Weeeeeee!

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                                  • Miss Mare: " i really like this huge indoor much better than the timy one at my last home"
                                    Me hang on for dear life while formerly lethargic Red mare trots at mach 2 around new Indoor.
                                    Miss Mare: That TB gelding loves me Oh the AQHA does too. And the paint in the next field. Oh is that my old haflinger boyfirend I bet he misses me!
                                    Me: would you please go out of this eternal heat!

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                                    • me: ask for lead change..
                                      I'm not listening
                                      me: ask a little harder...
                                      I'm not listening
                                      me: jab with my leg - lead change please!...
                                      Buck kick lead change - "You don't have to ask THAT hard!!!"


                                      Yes, she's a mare! Trainers reply is usually "That's OK, she got it" & my wise crack is "Yeah, your not sitting on it!"
                                      Life is hard. Buy a freaking helmet.
                                      Originally posted by meupatdoes
                                      Whatever, go gallop.

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                                      • I know if I stare at you long enough you will give me a treat.
                                        Horses aren't our whole life, but makes our life whole

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                                        • One day accidentally had carrot in the same pocket as a dog treat. Gave D carrot:

                                          "Ooooh a caaaarot. Yum!! Thank yo...wait... Whatisthis?!?! yuckyspitgagwretchOMGThisisgoingtokillmeeeeeeee!!! " Spits carrot on the ground and continues to have a seizure. "Oh My God...how could you poison me like that? I thought you loved meeee?! Am I going to die? I think I'm dying..."
                                          Barn rat for life

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