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    Your Drive Day

    Always keep looking, Marsha The last two we have found have been very lucky finds that were just a result of windowshopping. Dakota has the mind of an old soul and Pebbles loves her job. Your little driver is out there, just keep looking! It sounds like you found a lovely home for Rowdy, I...
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    Your Drive Day

    I definitely want a safer way to rig the horse to the cart, a better quick release system, something. I'm very picky about who I pony with the cart, let alone tie to it. Pebbles is very "I want to drive and you're not driving me, so I'll just pout with my crabby mare face and act like I'm super...
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    Everything Pictures & Video

    ^ Love it! Dakota got a little bit of work today, some lunging (mostly focused on direction changes) Excuse his horrid clip lol. Given the temperatures aren't sure what they want to do, I just did the minimal clip. (Notice Remi just left of the tree in the corner)
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    Your Drive Day

    Sometimes it's the most trivial things they'd never look twice at! CDE's look like so much fun... Took Coal, Sierra and Pebbles out for a spin again today. Pebbles pouted the entire drive and acted like "dead horse walking" when in tow with the cart. Definitely have to get her a harness since...
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    Your Drive Day

    That was my thought. I giggled because I was like "Ok, bets are on!" I told my Mom she'll need to drive by "honking", not really to prove a point, but I DO want to know what she'd do in a situation that someone honked quite aggressively. Best thing we can do is expose them and as you said...
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    Your Drive Day

    Love the picture, Marsha! What a lovely trail! I am envious of that shiny coat! Was a blast considering I shared my video via FB with a Miniature Horse group and was reprimanded for basically being "dangerous" if someone honked at me. I responded I had a firm grasp on the reins if something...
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    Latest Arrival

    What a cutie!! You'll have to keep us up to date on new pictures as she grows!
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    Your Drive Day

    Hubby got to drive his new mare (That he found and asked me to go pick up for him lmbo, pending my approval) She is an awesome little girl. 12 y/o double registered who is essentially green broke to drive, but pretty savvy and loves her job. The lady I bought her from was absolutely wonderful...
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    Everything Pictures & Video

    I thought since some of us like to share and not all of us are comfortable posting a thread for a lone picture... I thought it would be a good idea to create a thread for "Everything goes" in regards to pictures or videos. Share your latest achievement, experience or just share the love of your...
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    Shadow is getting closer?

    Boy she's getting wide! Fingers crossed
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    Your Drive Day

    Thank you, me too... I'm impatiently waiting for the day the doctor says I can start lifting things. The plate and screws gave me my mobility back, but I still can't physically do anything with the arm. Between a busted up ankle and a broken arm, I think I'll take the broken arm having had both...
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    Your Drive Day

    Giving them a mild workout when they fuss over something is a great method to let them "think" they're winning ;) I have a hard to load gelding, but at the end of a trail he walks right on... I have to finish clipping Remi, poor guy is half clipped as I was dense and decided not to wash him...
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    Someone close the potato chip bag!!

    Thank you both! I have never been gifted a horse before and it was so moving for them to do it and so special... As you said, it's awful hard to keep that bag closed when a horse like him comes buy. I absolutely adore this little guy and he's been great. As awesome of a Mr. Studly he has been...
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    When to add the blinkers

    A lot of great advice has already been given, but I'll chip in too Coal is driven almost 100% of the time without blinkers, but according to his previous owner if he has blinkers on he will throw himself into the cart. Apparently he was an amish pulling pony that was overburdened so he was...
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