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Re: RC:

Sorry, Sarah
I knew it wasn't your gelding, as I know Jennifer. I'm in the midst of
making videos and was careless with my adjectives. We all seem to agree,
however, that this guy should be on the road to horsey heaven (or horsey
payback, whatever that might be!)

Sarah Ralston wrote:
> Bette wrote:
> >It may very well be too late for your gelding I am
> >afraid. Sad.
> >
> Hey, not my gelding-Jen's! But it is sad. Sometimes it does take extreme
> measures to "get their attention", and it does work with most, especially
> if "nipped in the bud" as your colt's was. But there unfortunately are a few
> (luckily only a few) that will not respond. From what she told us, I'm
> afraid poor Jen has a non responder. I wish her luck and she has my
> sympathy too.
> Sarah and Fling
> Bette
> >Bette Lamore
> >Whispering Oaks Arabians, Home of TLA Halynov
> >
> >I've learned that life is like a roll of toilet paper, the closer it
> >gets to the end, the faster it goes. Smell the roses!
> >
> >
> >Sarah Ralston wrote:
> >>
> >> Liz,
> >>
> >> Be Careful with your sweet, playful horse that just needed
> >> a change in environment. The fact that he "still challenges" you
> >> may presage an out break on a "bad day". However you said he
> >> wasn't as bad as Jen's horse, so maybe we are talkining apples and oranges.
> >> Hey, Fling pins her ears at me- only at feeding time (briefly-she doesn't
> >> get her feed unless she "smiles") and tightening the girth. She has been
> >> known to kick-
> >> ergo the red ribbon she sports at every event, but only if hurt (the
> >> chiropractor wasn't pleased, but then neither was she after putting up
> >> with his adjustments for 1/2 hour) or defending her space from a horse she
> >> has warned at least once (actually only did it twice in her life, early in
> >> her
> >> career, but I still don't trust her). However, she has never, ever
> >> threatened to
> >> bite or kick me or another animal aggressively and without provocation as
> >> Jen's gelding did. She would be lion meat if she ever had (Great Adventure
> >> is just around the corner,
> >> I keep remindung her!). There is a difference between normal threats under
> >> normal circumstances and random, repeated aggression
> >> without obvious provocation. Herbals will not cure psychoses.
> >>
> >> Sarah and Fling (hey, I did protect Dad (Charlie-31 yrs) from that other
> >> gelding...)
> >>
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Bette Lamore
Whispering Oaks Arabians, Home of TLA Halynov
I've learned that life is like a roll of toilet paper, the closer it
gets to the end, the faster it goes. Smell the roses!

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