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Date:7/24/2014 2:16:21 AM
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Hi Buddy, here's a vote for ya. Go with pay the visa off and send your Aunt more money towards Buddy. As for the barn sour problem. You said that when you got closer to them, he stopped screaming and carrying on. Two or three times a day, take him out to where he just starts to get uncomfortable and just stand there and talk to him and pet him. Then when he calms down, try moving a couple of feet further out, this will take some time and patience, but it's an easy way. Or just go cold turkey and take him out and let him pitch and fit and get over it. But that might be too dramatic for him. What a really nice training session again today on Paige. I used one of her show bits and she was really pleasuring well. I don't like to ride in the show bits that often, don't want to get her over used to the feel. Plus it's a fixed shank and with doing the work I'm doing for trail class, I need a swivel shanked bit, it's a lot less forgiving on pulling her around when she gets stuck in place! LOL! Very windy and much cooler, and I was exhausted yet from all yesterdays work. So they stayed in and I relaxed, gave them hay at 3 pm, again at 5 pm and then dinner and hay at the usual 7 pm. Everyone's tucked in with double sheets on, going down to about 39 tonight! Marion and the blondies.
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