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Date:4/20/2014 12:08:20 PM
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SPROCKET AND FRIENDS UPDATE

Sprocket – I rode the beast (Sprocket) in the arena today and he was pretty full of it. He started out nice and calm we were just moseying at a pace that I will admit was a little slower then I would have liked but since I was tired from track I didn't much mind. Anyways I asked him up to the trot and he was going good for a while but then something clicked in his brain and his head shot up and he took off at a gallop I rained him in without a lot of effort but he doing this crazy high stepping prance. Finally I decided I was to lazy to practice any real riding, so I loosened my grip on the rains and let him gallop to his hearts content. When he finally tuckered him self out I hopped down and he turned around and looked at me with yes as innocent as the summer sky, and I could practically hear him saying ' okay mom that was fun can I have some treats now'.

Fawn – Fawn is one of my 2 Project Ponies (horse's who I have been taking care of that have been neglected at the ranch by there owners) she is an average height, skinny appaloosa mare who thinks of nothing but the food she is deprived of. About a month or so ago I was asked to brush her (that's code for please take care of this horse) by our ranches owner (who's a close personal friend) I fell in love with her. But back the story I put Sprocket back in the pasture but didn't really have the energy to take out fawn and just wanted to sit with Sprocky. But Fawn started following me around so I sat down on a log and she was bumping me with here head and nibbling my clothes like hello where’s my food. Then another horse came to chase her away and I got up in that horses face an got here to leave Fawn alone. After seeing this I guess Fawn figured I was more then just a food supplier, and so to make a long story short I ended up scratching her jugular for about half an hour and one thing led to another and suddenly all seven horses were crowded around wanting to be itched.



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