Wuss Horse SURVIVES!

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  1. slc

    slc Senior Member

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    He's getting better.

    How do I know?

    There's that ethereal touch of the nose on my butt while I'm cleaning the stall.

    "Stop that!"

    "I didn't do nothing." (whistles light heartedly)

    "HEY! Get your nose out of there!"

    "I DIDN'T DO IT!"

    "YES YOU DID! I don't see anyone else around here!"

    "No i didn't."

    "YES YOU DID!"

    "I love you."

    "You evil little toad."
     
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    peg4x4 Senior Member

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    These have a "Hank the Cowdog" kinda vibe to them :)
     
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    I don't know anything about Hank the cowdog, never saw it.
     
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    slc Senior Member

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    Okay, I looked up Hank the Cowdog. It's cute. But of course this is a prissy Wuss Horse living in suburbia.
     
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    peg4x4 Senior Member

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    READ "Hank the Cowdog" You have a book waiting to be written :)
     
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    I do think there is a book somewhere in this.
     
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    Definitely. Especially if you add pics to it, comic-style.
    Glad to hear the Wuss is feeling better!
     
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    He actually ran around for the first time yesterday.

    When he runs around, I mean he REALLY runs around. Like wild.

    My husband turns to me and says, 'That is really disturbing,' LOL! VRROOMM! VROOM! VROOMM!!!VRROOMM! VROOM! VROOMM!!!VRROOMM! VROOM! VROOMM!!!VRROOMM! VROOM! VROOMM!!!VRROOMM! VROOM! VROOMM!!!VRROOMM! VROOM! VROOMM!!!VRROOMM! VROOM! VROOMM!!!VRROOMM! VROOM! VROOMM!!!VRROOMM! VROOM! VROOMM!!!VRROOMM! VROOM! VROOMM!!!VRROOMM! VROOM! VROOMM!!!VRROOMM! VROOM! VROOMM!!!

    Each vroom is a lap of the pasture.

    He also appears to be quite happy to be back doing his 'mini workouts.' I keep them short to avoid brain exhaustion. So, perhaps put on saddle, bridle, walk over poles, walk into trailer, DONE. Evening session, another BLAZING five minutes of picking up feet and being tied up. I have a theory that the reason youngsters misbehave often is that they are either frustrated by repetition of a task that should end when they do the task right, or it is repeated so frequently in one session, they start finding holes in the exercise.
     
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