You Understand me??

by Maggie W
(Lake Wylie, SC, U.S.A)

When He looked at me!

When He looked at me!

My parents thought it would be cool to let me go to a 2 day long h.show! So I trained for it at least 3 hours long. When I got there I put all my stuff in my tack room and put my horse in it's stall.

When every body was gone to watch my trainer ride I stayed and went through my dressage pattern. When I got lonely I want to my horses stall and said "I'm nervous". Then he looked at me funny then nodded his head. I said "You understand me???! Then he nodded his head again. I told him not to be scared in the ring - every thing was going to fine.

I told him that I would love to be in the 1-8th place. When we came in to the ring I felt good and we placed 2nd,4th,5th, 6th place. So I think my horse can understand human language! CRAZY!!

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Aug 11, 2009
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cute!
by: Mari

I wish I had a horse who understands English. Believe it or not, my cat kind of acts like that... weird, i know, but true!

Jul 12, 2009
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Wow
by: Anonymous

that's amazing i think it wore off a bit at the end maybe you should tell him to poo in one place and stuff like that lol.

Oct 19, 2008
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i know right!?!?
by: HorseLover490

I know. my mare and i were going to a 3 day show for barrel racing, and when i thought everyone was gone i got so nervous that i was shaking, and people in my class say that there's no reason to be nervous b/c its only going around the same courses over again ( i do western games) but as you know you get nervous anyway.

But i slipped in the stall and started saying things like "i'm really nervous" and "we're going to place tomorrow right?" and sally (my mare) nickered and put her head on my shoulder like she understood!we ended up placing 1st,3rd,4th, and 7th! i haven't told anyone but now that i know that i'm not the only one that has had that happen i don't feel as crazy. :)

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