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Re: Daughters Horse Accident

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prayers from here also,,,my last horse was the gentlest natured most well trained one i ever owned. never spooked,never bucked,could call him from a half mile away and he would come running. he only had one fault,,he LOVED women!!!! he NEVER EVER passed one of any size shape or form that he didnt stop and stick his head down to see if he couldnt sucker them out of some petting or a treat. old albino 1/4 horse with glass eyes and not one single bit of color anywhere,and he sure looked purty all cleaned and dressed up for a parade. normaly we would pick up some young lady before the parade was over to ride with us..well here I was foxtotting up the road, talking to my bro in law and the rest of the guys,and not really paying attention when that blamed ,dirty, rotten,stinking horse spotted him a sweet young thing in short shorts he knew to be a easy touch alongside the road.he threw his head down,sat back on his heels, and made him a shashay over to do a little smoosing. i guarantee you i was doing some serious air flopping,horn grabbing antics for a couple of seconds before i hit the blacktop,and that piece of walking glue just strolled over like he was part of the show and proceeded to nearly strip search the girl for sugar cubes..crowd just roared with laughter. needless to say,after that i rode another horse in parades even if they were a little spooky. in my experience with horses,its often the gentlest most well broke ones that get you!

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