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Author Topic: Colt races motor cycles down pasture fence.  (Read 1247 times)
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« on: July 24, 2012, 08:52:26 PM »

I brought this tbred home to unwinds a wk and relax before going swimming for almost a month.

This dang horse has found a new passion he is racing and chasing motor or even bicycles that come down our road. He hears them coming long before we no what it is run out of the barn like a call to post runs in place and even gallops a ways then shot out of a cannon hes gone.
Now Illionois Bred gave me some real interesting reads on a previous post.
This colt is going to give me a heart attack if he doesnt kill himself first.
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