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Date Posted: 20:00:40 09/26/06 Tue
Author: Randy
Subject: friesian experience
In reply to: Jill 's message, "Owning a friesian/friesian experience?" on 17:05:22 09/26/06 Tue

I suppose it could have been any horse, but it was my Friesian.
We got her when she was only 7 months old and have owned her for 7 months.
I had to board her for the 1st 4 months we owned her. That was hard.
And she's only been home here with me now for 3 months. She's getting bigger.
I’ve only gotten to go near her and touch her while she’s laying down a couple of times.
And only since I brought her home. Never at the other barn. She’ll roll in the yard or lay there and bake sometimes but not if any people are near her. She’s very timid. I was running late tonight and didn’t get out to tuck her in till almost 10pm. If she’s sleeping I won’t bother her but I heard her big feet and put the lights on. She gets an apple or carrot and some hay. I seen I had some mucking up to do too and the bedding was thin. I went in the stall with her, and dumped a big bag of shavings out, and as usual she started pawing at it. I was ready with the rake to start pushing it out but she’s in the way, going in a circles and kicking at it spreading it out herself. Then she’s started making weird shapes with her legs and body. Next thing I know, she going down in the pile, rolling all over in the pile, back and forth, covering herself in shavings, making a mess of herself, while I was in her stall! (she has a big stall) It was so funny. All this, is a trip. She is so cool! 'Ritske'

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  • work on it! -- Megan, 06:02:04 09/27/06 Wed
  • positive thinking!! -- SaskiaE, 06:08:52 09/27/06 Wed
  • work on it -- Jill, 14:29:54 09/27/06 Wed

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