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CopperFieldLady

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Let's see your hairy cobalobs!

Following on from the HHO thread post, just wondering how many people on here actually own the hairy beasts? Please post your pictures. This is my sloth, clearly he cannot jump anything over 10cm, and is the laziest being on earth.

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kevinhiatt

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kevinhiatt says:

Re: Let's see your hairy cobalobs!

The reason I was told my Cob was short coupled so could not do doubles but firewood out of jumps, but scared the life out of me by jumping from stand clearing without warning 7ft over a hedge and enbankment sideways, managed to stay on. The colour of fear, also took trotting poles at the canter, jumping was always flat out and motor biked. I have one or two pictures on my site of Tonka.

Gypsy Gold does not chink & glitter.It gleams in the sun and neighs in the dark.Tonka & Lara my beautiful horses RIP, Nelson,Chloe & Kitty the cats.

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Charem

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Charem says:

Re: Let's see your hairy cobalobs!

Charlie is a bit of a cheat because he is crossed with ISP though you wouldn't realise it atm as he has been turned away since August with injury and looks like he should be pulling a gypo wagon! He's ment to be taking it easy but obviously has other ideas.....

Also added a pic of him eventing- and yes cobs most definatly can jump :)

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CharParsley620

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Re: Let's see your hairy cobalobs!

CopperFieldLady said:

Following on from the HHO thread post, just wondering how many people on here actually own the hairy beasts? Please post your pictures. This is my sloth, clearly he cannot jump anything over 10cm, and is the laziest being on earth.



 

I don't have one but this made me laugh. Quite a lot actually.

It's lonely in the saddle since the horse died.

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paigeg142

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paigeg142 says:

Re: Let's see your hairy cobalobs!

my hairy monster topsy :) lol

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melxvengeance

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Re: Let's see your hairy cobalobs!

 oh my god you lot, they're all so fat, hairy and lazy, how can you take them out in public?!

 

Minty & Loki aren't really classed as cobs, but they do get fat & hairy lol

Norwegian Fjords - the golden horses with the golden hearts. Minty, Loki, Teiko, Willow, Cherry & Charlie - my lovely ponies :)

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brook

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brook says:

Re: Let's see your hairy cobalobs!

Here's my Welsh Sec D Tenor, he is'nt very hairy as I rug him up too well ( spoilt little chap ! ) Tenor is the chestnut in the blue rug.

 

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CopperFieldLady

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cobalob

Am very tempted to post this as a link onto the HHO forum... I'd like to see how that goes down. Clearly one too many wines on my part. Useless cobs, who'd have them?

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CharParsley620

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Re: Let's see your hairy cobalobs!

Although Parsley isn't a cob.. He's fat, hairy and a new forest.

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It's lonely in the saddle since the horse died.

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Charem

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Charem says:

Re: Let's see your hairy cobalobs!

CopperFieldLady said:

Am very tempted to post this as a link onto the HHO forum... I'd like to see how that goes down. Clearly one too many wines on my part. Useless cobs, who'd have them?


Theres already a post with lots of cobs, feathers flying leaping over big hedges and the like. Can't find it but it's there somewhere. Trust me there are plently of people fighting the cob's corner over there.
 

 

You should read the dumblood thread, it's priceless!

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CopperFieldLady

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Re: Let's see your hairy cobalobs!

Good to know we're not the only brainless bunch out there... HHO here I come. Prepare for battle.

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