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Morab from beaverton, MI


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I am from beaverton, MI and I've been a Club Horse member for 7 years, 5 months and 18 days

Nicknames: Sassy girl, little girl, cowgirl

Age: 13 years old

Gender: Mare

Breed: Morab

Height: 14.3

Color: Paint

Type of Riding: trail riding, speed events soon

My Horse's Achievements: She loves attention, which made it easy to train her

My Horse's Favorite Treat: carrots

My Horse's Favorite Things To Do: She loves to run, loves being brushed

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she was born on my grandpa's farm.

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I've had 1321 friends visit me.

I'm the 31,156th member on

46 friends have voted for me since I joined Club Horse!

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Catching up on my return votes. Thank you for yours. Voting for Sassy because King was VERY sassy while getting dewormed today.

Come visit me, Manowar, King - I'm for sale. Need a new owner. & Ace (Busy and rarely on).

01/04/2011 08:13.07 PM Report This Comment
Are mini horses smarter?

Well, this is debateable because no scientific studies have been done. Ponies are often considered smarter than horses and the shetland pony makes up a large proportion of the genetics of the miniature horse. Personally I think that there are geniuses and dumb asses (pun intended) within all shapes and sizes of the equine world. Perhaps smaller equines evolved a smarter brain to cope with their size and their often very harsh environments.

Setting aside assumptions, I do have to admit that Pippin is the smartest horse I've known, big or small. He never forgets a thing and that can be a bit intimidating because when I make a mistake I know he'll remember it!

Here's a prime example. A couple of winters ago we had about 2 feet of snow. There was nothing for him to eat and we let him loose in our 4 acre yard so he could scrounge around for tidbits. At that time we had kale growing and it stuck up out of the snow. Pippin discovered it and decided that it was worth munching on. Of course, we had the kale because WE wanted to munch on it so I chased him off.

Pippin ran off and dug around elsewhere in the snow for bits of food. A few minutes later he was back at the kale eating as fast as he could. I yelled at him and believe me, he turned up the speed and ate even faster. I grabbed him, put him back in his pen, and gave him his afternoon hay. End of matter. Right?

Nope. A year later, yes, a whole year, I put him out to graze in the garden. He hates most vegetable plants, including kale, and will only eat them if he's desperate. He was unaware that I was keeping an eye on him and was very good.

A couple of hours later I walked out to catch him and put him back in his pen for his hay and guess what he did! He took one look at me, looked at the kale on the other side of the garden, looked back at me, winked (okay, he didn't wink but he thought it!) and charged across the garden after the kale and started chomping away at it like he hadn't seen food all his life! The little stinker. He remembered that it made me mad and he was just teasing me. He doesn't even like it! And there was plenty of grass!

I've never underestimated him after that incident. And when I'm teaching him he knows what to do immediately after being shown. He'll learn a new trick after a couple of tries. As long as I can make clear what I want he'll remember it.

Talking of tricks, the featured video of the day is: Pippin, The Smart Miniature Horse.

http ://ww w.yout m/wat ch?v=d sBPn toZCjE

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Thanks so much for your support. I am grateful for your support and friendship. I hope you had a nice weekend and wish you a wonderful week. Leaving you a vote of appreciation!

Come visit me, Eddie (In Loving Memory), Prince & Pippin (Gone too soon).

01/03/2011 12:41.51 AM Report This Comment
Thank you so much for stopping by today on the first of the year, 1/1/11 and the first day of Pippin's run for horse of the month! I hope you all had a wonderful day celebrating New Year's and that you enjoy the rest of your weekend.

Today's first mini fact!

Miniature horses have uniquely small feet!

Yes, it's true! And while that is an obvious fact unless you've met one you really can't imagine how small they really are. The first time I laid eyes on Pippin he was only 4 months old and what struck me were his teeny tiny hooves! Of course, they're bigger now but still at 2" in diameter they are mighty small.

Miniature horses cannot be shod because the nails required to keep shoes in place would splinter the hoof wall. But, their hooves are much sturdier than their larger counterparts. Because minis are small their hooves take very little stress and they can not only trot on hard pavement without any adverse affects but can even gallop. A trim every two or three months keeps them in shape and they're good to go.

Miniature horses that work as therapy or guide horses often wear horse sneakers. This keeps them from slipping on polished surfaces and stops their hooves from damaging delicate surfaces.

Featured movie of the day: Dances with Horses

http ://www .you /wat ch?v= ojFc JSyrpuU

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Thanks again for your support and I hope to see you all the rest of this month. Leaving a vote of appreciation.

P.S. I love your main photo! And thanks for noticing how pretty Pippin is.

Come visit me, Eddie (In Loving Memory), Prince & Pippin (Gone too soon).

01/02/2011 12:24.50 AM Report This Comment

Come visit me, Princess Shawnie Mom Barb Passed Away 11-27-2011, RBB Dixie ~ Mom Barb Passed Away 11-27-2011 & Sugar Babe Mom Barb Passed Away 11-27-2011.

12/31/2010 09:22.20 AM Report This Comment
a quick vote for you. Will blog tomorrow. Shawnie

Come visit me, Princess Shawnie Mom Barb Passed Away 11-27-2011, RBB Dixie ~ Mom Barb Passed Away 11-27-2011 & Sugar Babe Mom Barb Passed Away 11-27-2011.

12/30/2010 07:43.35 PM Report This Comment
hi. omg shes so pretty left u a vote merry x-mas
come visit.... vote elektra

Come visit me, panther, Ralphi, travis, Elektra, whiskey, Sassy, pretty gurl & Spirit.

12/22/2010 11:46.07 AM Report This Comment
Oh my gosh i absolutely love grey horses and urs look so cute!

Come visit me, Clergy & Millie.

12/20/2010 11:39.00 AM Report This Comment
hey what makes your page so special is that your horse looks well taken care of and i can tell that your a good owner

Come visit me, vinny, oppee, princess, Texas, sarah & sprinkles.

12/14/2010 01:39.14 PM Report This Comment
hey its me vinny i left you a vot and no prob for visiting i visit a lot of people but your file is special

Come visit me, vinny, oppee, princess, Texas, sarah & sprinkles.

12/13/2010 02:42.50 PM Report This Comment
Very cute! Gray is one of my favorite colors for horses! I love buckskins, bays, blacks, daples, lol i love Every color though. But Grays are so CUTE. Votes and nickers from us!

Come visit me, Rest in Peace My Beautiful Echo, Spud, 'Dangerdude' Cocoa & BIG BEN.

12/13/2010 09:02.38 AM Report This Comment
hey my name is sabrynn i would like to be your friend your horses are very pretty. heres a vote.

Come visit me, vinny, oppee, princess, Texas, sarah & sprinkles.

12/12/2010 06:04.43 PM Report This Comment
Welcome To HORSECHANNEL!!!!!
voted:) Sassy is so pretty.
We have had a very trying past week. How about let's look at something inspiring. Support our youth♥
Brittany with Raven horse #154110 has won an essay contest. Her essay is well written and she uses her imagination and love of horses very well. If you haven't read her essay please visit click on Contest and Scholarships then to essay contest and see 2010 Essay Contest and winner for 13 & under. I think you will enjoy her essay.
Congratulations Brittany Mosher on winning first place!

PLEASE Vote for Fancy's photo on last page of entries in VHS contest Baby Face;~)

"Always remember to forget the troubles that pass your way; But never forget the blessings that come each day." (unknown)

Q: Why do reindeer wear fur coats?
A: Because they look silly in snowsuits!

Q: Which of Santa's reindeer has bad manners?
A: "Rude”-olph!

Q: How does Rudolph know when Christmas is coming?
A: He looks at his calen-“deer”!

Q: What do you give a reindeer with an upset tummy?
A: "Elk”-a-seltzer!

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Come visit me, Fancy's 2012 HC Members Veterans Day Trail Ride!.

12/12/2010 05:31.45 PM Report This Comment
she is very pretty! leaving a vote.

Come visit me, Buck, Jesus Reigns ! (Mandy and her baby in picture) & Fancy.

12/12/2010 05:07.00 PM Report This Comment
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