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jenhavocmanny

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Hi guys!

Just to introduce me (Jen) and my boys, Havoc (20 but thinks hes 2) and Manny age 23 . First forum ive joined and fairly new to this computer lark! Hope to be talking with you all soon!

Jen

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greyandbay

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greyandbay says:

Re: Hi guys!

Hello Jen and boys, and welcome to the forum, it's friendly and any questions usually get answered by someone.

Are your two retired or still ridden? I have a 22 year old cob mare retired now partly due to arthritis, but still has a good turn of speed in the field, bless her.

Hope to hear more from you :o)

Sue

The outside of a horse is good for the inside of a man - Winston Churchill

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soniadevereux

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Posts: 4350

Re: Hi guys!

Hi Jen, your boys look full of life. dont be afraid to ask any questions, they may seem daft at times but dont worry. I have plenty and i didnt get any silly answers. I have a 16 yr old snowflake appy x tb that i am just bringing back to work after giving me a  "surprise" foal last may!!! The foal (JJ) has gone to my daughter in law in Reading ( i live nr Swansea).  Looking forward to seeing more posts :-)

Roobee with JJ at 3  months

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jenhavocmanny

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Re: Hi guys!

Thanks for the welcome, nice to see others horses and hear about their antics! I've always wanted a foal, -one day maybe!!  

  Havoc and Manny are still ridden, usually together, as H lives up to his name (bit spooky,... actually a lot spooky!) Manny has ROA, probably cushings, and arthritus in hips, but vet says best to keep in gentle work, so hes taught my son to ride and does have his moments! (see gallery).

Plenty of questions to follow no doubt, theres always something with horses!

Best wishes all, Jen

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