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Thursday, November 25, 2010

Happy Thanksgiving Enzo and all!



I am thankful for my friesian horse Enzo, because he cheers me up when I am sad and plays with me when I am happy. No matter how bad my day might be? All of it melts away when I hear his nicker, or smell that lovely equine smell. And then there is nothing better that a horsey slobber kiss on my face from him!! Happy Thanksgiving to everyone!! I love you Enzo!! XXOOXOX!!

P.S Many hugs and kisses to our equine friends Denali and Remmer. XOOXX

Create great moments~ Janine and Enzo



4 comments:

  1. Wow Janine, Enzo is really growing up! I haven't read your blog in awhile but sounds like you two are doing great. Hope you had a great thanksgiving!

    ~Gina Chianello
    Parelli Central

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  2. Thanks for commenting on my blog about Chrome. I posted a comment update. He is walking equally on both rear legs again today with exactly an inch of overstep on both sides. I don't know if he slipped and was sore or maybe it is growing pains in the video yesterday, but he seems fine today. I'm beginning to think his normal gait is just different from what I'm used to. I'm going to get more video on him on the asphalt road in front of my house and on the hill.

    Um, yeah, unfortunately Chrome has killed two chickens before . . . and they were two of my favorites. One was a little rooster I affectionately called CrookJaw because he was born with a crooked beak. He probably would have died eventually due to the deformity, so I was prepared for his death (although not Chrome being the one to do it). He had a good year of life though. He was so cute. Because he was small he would jump in the feeder instead of trying to eat from it outside with the big chickens. :)

    Sorry to ramble. I'll post the other video when I get it.

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  3. That is funny that Enzo has done all of the same things Chrome has. I guess weanling/yearlings are just a totally different ball game. :) I'm happy to have learned all the lessons he has taught me, but look forward to next time getting an older horse. :) I got Chrome at five months old too! I didn't know Enzo was the same age when you got him. Now that Chrome is eighteen months old I sit here thinking I still have eighteen months to go before I can ever get on his back!! And I will probably wait a little longer than that since Friesian are slow maturing (Arabs too I think). :)

    P.S. My word verification is stifle! Too cool!

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