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lauralou15

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lauralou15 says:

slobbery horse

 Hi guys little update on whats been going on with me then a quick question :) We still have no idea where Guinness has gone but I'm trying not to dwell on it and move on....me and Guinness other sharer are now riding another horse on the yard called Tetley ...not sure what type he is as I keep forgetting to ask his owners. I've attached a couple of photos see what you guys think I think he might be a Welsh Sec D but I don't know for sure I know apparently hes got very good lineage but again I keep meaning to ask his owners :) He is beyond unfit though so he is a new project for us to get fit but he still carries himself lovely when were out really light on his feet and his neck is arched beautifully....my question is today when we were out I noticed he was drooling a lot and I just wondered why that was? I googled it and found that it could be because he is accepting the bit which if this is right wouldn't suprise me as like I said even just hacking out he tries really hard to "work" if that makes sense (prob not hehe) anyway attached is 2 pics of Tetley :) 

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Bananas

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Bananas says:

Re: slobbery horse

my horse slobbers all the time im told it is because the bit is right for the horse but he slobbers even when hes not being ridden i think its just him :) if hes got welsh in him i find that welsh slobber more or is that just me? :P

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lauralou15

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lauralou15 says:

Re: slobbery horse

 Actually just been looking at google again and I am 99.9% sure he is a suffolk punch the photos fit him more than the welshies do. He's got a "sister" as well (it's more like adoptive sister rather than same parents but still) called Millie who is apparently really aggressive to any other horse apart from Tetley and a nightmare to bring out of their field but I am going to try and ride her at the weekend as apparently shes a nightmare on the ground but an angel to ride so we will see how that goes and I will keep you guys posted :) 

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