Learning to be the "Ponier' and "Poneyee"

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  1. Alsosusieq2

    Alsosusieq2 Senior Member

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    You lost count..that's funny-!! I only had that happen when I took in boarders, but I had about thirty. Love your herd. ;)
     
  2. equinitis

    equinitis Senior Member

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    12? You have 12?........Amateur! :rofl:

    I lost count at 30. :charge::crazy::charge:
     
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  3. KaylaG

    KaylaG Full Member

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    Do you start this type of training on the ground?
     
  4. Lopinslow

    Lopinslow Senior Member

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    If they lead and tie well, should be pretty easy to introduce ponying
     
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    emali06 Senior Member

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    Your ground is so dry :bawling::bawling:
     
  6. Lopinslow

    Lopinslow Senior Member

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    It was in August... now we have about 16" of snow
     
  7. palogal

    palogal Senior Member

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    Ponying training is so much fun. My hubby's gelding is our pony-er. He looks at the other ones like, "Seriously?" when they do something stupid.
     
  8. bellalou

    bellalou Senior Member

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    That’s Sparky. He’ll lay his ears back and glare and the horse being ponied settles right down. Except Dooley. Nothing deters Dooley.
     

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