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Connor's Moving On!!

PostPosted: Mon Jan 22, 2007 12:01 pm
by Juliane
Connor is now at NWEQ with Cat67 where he will continue some training. He had a very successful debut at this past weekend's schooling show. There was a lot of interest in him and I believe he will find a home quickly. I was very, very sad to leave him, but hope that I have helped him find his way in life.

To read more about his show debut, check here: ... .php?t=455

Good luck, Connor-Man!

If you are interested in adopting him, PM Chelsea (seahorse).

Naughty ponies!

PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2007 6:10 pm
by cat_67
Connor is doing just fine, although as you can see, he loooves the mud. I was planning to introduce him to the cows tonight (it's a team penning night) but he is so far flatly refusing to come in from the outdoor arena and I'm afraid Sanka is his accomplice. They gallop off whenever I come out there, mud flying everywhere. I figure they will be nice and tired by the time they finally decide to come in! :)



PostPosted: Tue Jan 23, 2007 6:15 pm
by seahorse
How funny!!! What a happy piggy pair those two are! Thank you again Cat sooo much for helping to place them. They are both great horses and they deserve homes to be used to their potential! It also frees me up to help horses like Clover! I am keeping my fingers crossed that Sanka goes to Margaret's farm it sounds perfect!

PostPosted: Wed Jan 24, 2007 10:04 am
by cat_67
OK, the BAD PONIES finally came 8 AM this morning!

Sorry, but I told them both, that's it for the big outdoor arena turn-out. They can go out in the warm-up indoor arena if they will not come when called like good ponies. My last attempt was at 8 PM last night and Sanka let me almost touch her and then whirled away and splattered mud all up my leg. Um, you're NOT the unhandled one who ran wild on the reservation...him I would understand, you are just being a brat!

They looked extremely sheepish this morning. :)

PostPosted: Wed Jan 24, 2007 1:03 pm
by busted
:lol: Connor refuse to be caught? lol Thats not him at all... :roll: I coudnt catch him in his small turnout at Julies!

They do look happy and like they think they are on a deluxe vacation for two. They can goof off and run a muck in the mud all they want.

hahaha Run by muddings! I love it. I used to do that to people who would come watch me ride my gelding in the pasture. They stopped watching after a while. :oops:

Gotta love little stinkers! Hope they get placed soon.

PostPosted: Wed Jan 24, 2007 3:24 pm
by seahorse
ROFLMAO!!!! BAD SANKA!!!! She is used to being turned out at least 10 hours a day so she must have been wanting to be out! I also used to just open her paddock gate adn let her trot into her stall for her dinner but she only had 3 stalls to choose from(and she always picked the right one) but at your place I am thinking the 225 stalls might get her confused LOL Not to mention the startled boarders at being confronted by an arab hot to trot for her dinner LOL