I JUST groomed them...

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Miniequine

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They were sticking their heads through the fence....

Her forelock was sticking straight up LOL full of burrs!!!
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And this is Little John pleading with me to "Let me out in the pasture..please.." LOL

mmm,, Yes, we had an opp's with his forelock.....He has a few hairs left..



These are growing on the other side of the fence... but I think they are COOL.




And one of my neighbors entire pasture looks like this....

 

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Miniequine,

I can certainly identify with that first picture! It seems that those little sticktights are all over the place. They are harder to get rid of then the burdocks!!!

I love your pictures, you have really captured the beauty and that purple "flower" looks gorgeous!!
 

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I guess I will count myself lucky because we don't have any burr plants around here, just lots of thistles, they poke, but at least they don't stick!
 

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Maybe your horses were just trying to decorate themselves!!!


As always, your pictures are amazing!!! You have a real gift!!!
 

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I am thinking they wanted to look like the "Little Prancers" and that is their version of scrunches.
 

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Hrm, I see no pictures of your new little gray!!!???
How is she doing?


Courtney
 

wildoak

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Ah, first rule of horse grooming (from the horse's perspective) - look for the ickiest thing you can find and wallow in it as soon as possible.


Jan
 
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