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    In a coma! Jesus that sounds awful!

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    She is beautiful and has such pretty markings on her face and eyes. I'm
    no good on the height thing I'm afraid but she's gorgeous no matter what and blimey a coma!!!!! Must have been one hell of an accident!! Sorry for the loss of your boy.

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    Well, I was in Addenbrookes for a month and three weeks was in an induced coma because of the cranial pressure - if they'd let me wake up i'd have snuffed it My old boy wasn't too good on the brakes front and I was in the field trying a side pull bridle on him (apparently - I don't remember) it seems that it didn't work!
    I ride well, I enjoy my horses but I don't chase british wildlife for fun. End of.

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    Sorry to hear about your horse, but new filly is very cute!
    They do tend to grow approx 2 hands from yearling ... sometimes more, so you should be OK. Mineral oil for the feathers in the winter!



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    Aww she's lovely. She's got beautiful big eyes

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    sweet, she looks mildly familiar, was she via a dealer who advertises on FB [ big bird name in their name?????]
    and so sorry for the loss of your horse - 2012 has been a very sad/bad year for so many TO horses xxxx
    my new fiction blog -feel free to share/critique/laugh like a drain at

    http://rubiesandduels.wordpress.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by igloo View Post
    Oh she's beautiful! I'm not a coloured cob person but I think she's stunning!

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    Bless she is lovely.

    I can vouch for the string measure - it does work!

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    She is indeed a facebook horse! Eagles cobs just up the road from me. They have a lot of nice cheap youngsters although not all as nice as mine, lol. She has put some weight on and has been very good, apart from being the itchiest pony on the planet! here's an example of laid back coblet - I bought her a little bridle and a french link type bit - I just put it on like I would any other horse and she just stood there, bless.

    Itchy!!!



    Super itchy!!!



    Ahh, that's better


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    Ah what a lovely girl! Are you at the same livery as before? Only a few miles from me

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