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I have a horse made out of stupid blocks!

post #1 of 17
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The vet told me that I could give Racer a reprieve from imprisonment and let him out of the stall half days. (It was 106 degrees yesterday, and even his run-in stall turned into a sauna.

So this morning, I let him out his stall and into the pasture where there is not a lot of anything growing at the moment. He starts running the dumb horse! It wasn't a good run, sort of a stumble, lumbering, awkward gait, and I am shouting commands at him to halt, whoa, hold and still he runs........sigh........For a horse that can't walk very well, why run? I captured him and put him back in confinement for that stunt. Next time, I won't open up the pasture area and he can have the paddock which is long and wide but not a lot of running room- to many corners.
post #2 of 17
Aw poor beastie - yeah, made of stupid blocks, but I guess he must jsut have been too over excited at having been let out of his stall. He saw big open space and went for it Gotta love his spirit though, however stupid it may be
post #3 of 17
Well, he is male Glad to hear he's doing better though.
post #4 of 17
Aw, Racer, soon you will be able to run again. Just give it more time, please?!?

I'm so glad he is showing some improvement, Hissy!
post #5 of 17
"I have a horse made out of stupid blocks!"

I nominate that as the most surreal thread title I've seen yet.
post #6 of 17
he just had to test out his feet
post #7 of 17
You said he is a male-well he was practing his male listening skills. Good thing our are nearby!
post #8 of 17
Aw, c'mon Hissy, surely you've learned by now that most equines are a few fries short of a happy meal !
post #9 of 17
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Originally Posted by LilleKat
Aw poor beastie - yeah, made of stupid blocks, but I guess he must jsut have been too over excited at having been let out of his stall. He saw big open space and went for it Gotta love his spirit though, however stupid it may be
Gotta love his spirit, indeed!!
post #10 of 17
Racer is being true to his name MA.
post #11 of 17
aww he was just trying to strech his legs...but yes i agree...sometimes they dont do what we know is right for them. but i am sure for a little bit he felt better
post #12 of 17
It's a good job he has you to take care of him MA - but at least he feels well enough to contemplate running with the breeze through his mane. Still - listen to MA Racer, you need to rest up!!!
post #13 of 17
pretty cool...are the blocks the same color??
post #14 of 17
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Originally Posted by GailC
You said he is a male-well he was practing his male listening skills. Good thing our are nearby!
Hey, Hold on there Missy!! I resembl oops.....
Resent that remark. Or I would if I had heard it...Just who do you think you are??? Anyway???
post #15 of 17
How IS he? Did the Vet ever find out what was wrong? Sorry if I missed a thread but I did pray for him and the owner of the catsprayers group put him on the Sunday everybody Pray at one time list.
post #16 of 17
Poor Racer, being called dumb. Good on him for trying.
post #17 of 17
Oh my.......
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