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Date:7/12/2014 7:48:15 PM
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Good to hear from you! How's everything there? Well, believe it or not, that is Sandy as a baby! we saddled big sandals saturday and it was a hoot ! she could care less. she was a little afraid (for only one second). we held her in the hallway and we threw the blanket up there and she didn’t care and then i brought the saddle out and let her see it and then dropped it on the ground at her feet. she looked at it and bit a place in the side of it and tried to pick it up ! i kept putting it against her and then plop ! i would drop it all around her while it made all kinds of noise and she just stared at it and then would try to grab it and pick it up to play with it. she let us put it all over her and on her and even let me pull it off her hind end and it hit the ground all around her feet and then she was bored and not even looking at it. maybe it has paid off by letting her have so many noisy toys for a year. she was HILARIOUS! we backed her with the lead rope. she would drop her head level and slide backwards as far as we asked her to by just asking back and shaking the rope. she is a SMART girl !
yeah i did alot of ground work and " manners " at the other farm this fall when she had to stay up cause of her knees. she was so bored and after work i would get her out of the stall and hand walk her because she could't be turned out. i taught her to trot when i would trot off and to stop suddenly when i do by not even pulling her lead rope. she learned to watch me instead of the big YANK  on the lead rope. she hates that and would much rather do it the easy way. we worked on backing and going forward but not clucking to her or anything. she will watch  me and do what i do. she is ROTTEN. and she gets her feelings hurt easy when she does the wrong thing. thats why i love her so much she reminds me so much of studley (other dearly loved horse). always wearing their heart on their sleeve. they both turn their head away and wont look at me  when i scold them for doing somethng wrong. it almost breaks your heart !
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