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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by halo, Jan 31, 2013.
Darn, whos that cutting up onions behind me????
Awww that made me cry too
Sniff sniff....what a great commercial!!! Done by someone who loves animals - for sure!
But not necessarily one who knows horses . . . .
Yeah....I had an appaloosa gelding who would run away from me, run over me and stand on my foot just to get a reaction. I had that old horse for 32 years and he was sure ornery - but I loved him very much! He always knew when I needed to just bury my nose in his neck and cry...... still miss him years later
O.K...........I have to Bud-in (pun intended) and share this.......both mine come when called (and they are no exception)....
Ole's would not embed: https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=3740952557553
And here is Siggy's video
Oh, I dunno. My uncle had a horse that would and could do the same thing. He had her from the time she was born and they had a very close bond.
Most of the people who have had "bottle babies" have pretty much echoed each other, in saying that they are major pains in the patootie because they hadn't been properly socialized to understand the difference between humans and horses. I'd really hate to have an 1800 pound animal treat me like it treats other horses.
He never had any trouble with her. He trained her gently and well and he rode her and worked with her a lot. The grandchildren used to ride her and she was always gentle and caring with them. My uncle was horse and livestock savvy. This horse was an absolute delight to be around. As I remember, she wasn't the only horse on the place so that may have made a difference. The only problem was that if someone left a gate open she would come looking for my uncle and she wouldn't stop until she found him.