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Date:4/20/2014 10:53:30 PM
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Congrats on getting HOTD!! You have a beautiful horse.

Hey ya'll!! So sorry that I haven't been on HC for so long. Life has just been EXTREMLY busy. How are ya'll?? Have you been able to do anything fun and horsey??

Joy is doing pretty good. She is walking and running around all the time!! She has thick silky hair and she is the biggest HAM I have ever met!! However, she is back at the hospital because she relapsed; which means the cancer is back. So please keep us in your prayers as we have to go through this.

Our weather has been terrible. We haven't gotten any rain since at least May...until last night. We got an inch and a half of rain. Hopefully it will be enough to get the pastures growing some fresh green grass again. Right now they have a hay bale in their pasture.

Sugar is doing great. She is best buddies with Ransom. I never thought I'd see the day when Sug actually let someone boss her around, but she lets Ransom do it. I've been able to ride Sugar a lil bit and she is doing good.

Ransom, however, is doing AMAZING!! I've been able to ride him several times and he is so good. I've loped him a lil and he is so smooth. He lopes slower then Sug but he is smoother. I think he enjoys pushing Sugar around. lol Every morning when I walk outside to move them he pushes Sug away from the gate and gets as close to it as possible. He is a big ham to!!

I was wondering if anyone could answer a few questions I had. First of all, is it safe to hobble horses and let them graze? If so, does anyone know about any good brand of hobbles? If it isn't safe to hobble horses and let them graze, is their a different way to let them graze and not have them in a pasture with a fence?

Thanks so much if you can answer any of these questions. I've missed talking and keeping up with ya'll. Hopefully I'll be able to be on more often. Leaving a vote. Kelsey & Horses
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