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Date:7/22/2014 3:52:27 AM
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Thx for visiting! (Taco)
Hi! Thx for visiting Taco's page and commenting on his story! I honestly almost lost Taco. He was a lease as I said and was to be sent back eventually. I had to prove to my parents that I was dead serious about this 'horse thing' and that I truly loved my pony.

I did things like get up at 5:30 AM EVERY day (weekends included) and was waiting on the front lawn to be picked up by the barn manager (of the stables where I kept Taco at the time) at 5:45 at age 10 to go muck stalls when it was 20 below ZERO! Doing things like saving up ALL my money to buy Taco a massage were some things I did that proved I loved him. Taco also did things that helped and made my parents realize he loved me too. He had a left lead (canter) issue and NO ONE could get him to take it no matter what...except me! He'd take it for me and only me.

I wasn't made aware of this conversation untill after I got him for Christmas but apperently, after my horsey neighbor watched us (knowing about his lead problem) sweep a walk, trot, canter division at a show and win Grand Champion she told my mom, "You know you're gonna have to buy that pony for her right?", and for the first time my mom responded, "Now I do." Just do stuff like that and people will see what you have with Possum and you'd be surprised what people do when they see a real relationship between a human and a horse. Read my other horse, Cruise's story knowing that he was gifted to me when his owner saw what we had and you will believe me.
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