View Full Version : friend says vinny's bad behaviour is my fault! :o
11th October 2009, 11:32 AM
.... Because he has become so clever from constantly having to learn new things that he can now outwit me! :ashamed:
Last night he PRETENDED TO CHOKE on his tea, and when I left the stable (absent-minded as I was a little worried about him) he made a miracle recovery and made a sudden and unexpected bid for freedom :evilgrin:
So I think she may be right... His brain is far more well-oiled than mine!
beks the artist
11th October 2009, 11:53 AM
Cheeky whatsit!!! Too clever for his own good! LOL! xx
11th October 2009, 11:54 AM
Lol bless him, i think it's quite funny when they outwit us.
11th October 2009, 02:57 PM
11th October 2009, 03:33 PM
Hehe! what are you feeding him? Kissie would never leave her nosh!
Poppy and Harmony
11th October 2009, 04:34 PM
I swear Harmonys pretending to be 'footsore' aswell, I long reined her today as yesterday she was so grumpy when we got onto the gravel I got off and headed back. Today we were walking along the gravel fine but as soon as she realised we were going out the gate *stumble, stumble*
Horse Mad Mum
11th October 2009, 05:05 PM
lol they dont half make you laugh at times, clever vinny and Harmony HMM X
My Crazy Clan
11th October 2009, 05:33 PM
bless him! hes adorable.
11th October 2009, 08:18 PM
lmao :lol: clever lad!!
one of the ponies at the riding school occasionally pretends to be lame. he'll be lame in the school with someone on his back, but sound everywhere else :evilgrin:
11th October 2009, 08:24 PM
I think all our horses can be a hell of a lot more devious than we give them credit for!
Banjo managed to let himself out of the indoor school yesterday, when I was having a brew in the tackroom - how on earth he managed to unlatch it I'll never know, but I was alerted to the fact that he was loose on the yard when another livery shouted "Rach - is Banjo supposed to be eating Ollie's dinner?????"
11th October 2009, 08:27 PM
lol, not a TB then?!!
11th October 2009, 11:39 PM
I think we are dim and they are clever :) They have become 'organised'. :lol:
After all, for centuries we had horses working for us, they carried us into battle, they were our transport, they worked on our farms. How times have changed, they lie back in their stables with their feet up, drinking aqua minerali watching us scurrying around making up haynets, mixing their feed, mucking out.... working for them ! :evilgrin:
12th October 2009, 12:09 AM
PMSL! bless the cheeky so and so!
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