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CRANKY YANKEE Punch the Horse May Thread (327* d) RE: Punch the Horse May Thread 08 May 03


Ah, Sweetfire, old boy,(or girl, whatever the case may be) Pure bred Arabian horses form a solid bond with one or two people. They will actually fight for their "frined" and if the rider falls off, unlike every other breed, they will stand there and wait for the fallen rider to get back on.

You said, "unpredictable bitch and hates just about everyone(except me, of course)

Well, pal, the "except me" is what I'm talking about. And, they have to be 100% pure bred Arabs. O.K.?


I still, on occasion, ride horses,but, I don't completely trust them.

By the way, Mules are trustworthy and a hell of a lot more intelligent and resourceful than horses. They don't lie3. If they like you, they'll let you know right away and you can depend on their trustworthiness. If they don't like you, they will likewise let you know right aweay and then , forget about riding it.
Mules will not work to exhaustion, as horses will. When they get tired, no power on earth can get them to work any more until they are rested. A horse will work itself to death.

Contrary to the way stagecoaches are portrayed in the movies, they always used mules,
The type mule you get depends entirely on the breed of the mare that mothered it. A mule from a thorobred mare will perform like a thorobred, except, of course, for their truswtworthiness and superior intelligence.

SToo bad that they are true, sterile hybrids

Jody Gibson, (like a mule) cranky but trustworthy


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