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Date:7/22/2014 10:28:08 AM
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for stopping by. Don't worry about the time lapse. I have the same problem. Pippin's doing really well with the cart and he hasn't run away again with it. He is very responsive to the bit. And, of course, he still loves bike rides and walks. It was so cute yesterday. I was working outside and didn't have time to take him on a walk but some others were going so I persuaded them to take him. (It takes persuasion because he doesn't always behave himself with them.) Anyway, when they got back Pippin saw me and he broke loose and came running up to me full speed with his lead rope trailing in the wind and his ears pricked up. He is just so adorable. I'm sorry that you've had so much trouble with Gibson. I'm sure you're glad that it's all over. He'll be a great horse. Last week I got to ride a giant Percheron, 18.2hh! It was so amazing to be around a horse that big, let alone ride him. I'm hoping to ride him every so often. It's been such a long time. Well, I hope you're doing fine and here's a vote for Boston.
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