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Old Jan 5, 2011, 1:59 PM   #1
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Took some pics on some horses when I took a walk with my wife a couple of days ago. I take every chance to practice with my new camera







And here´s my wife with one of the horses.

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Nice. Horses look like posing.
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Nice. Horses look like posing.
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Frozen whiskers, now Thats cold. Lovely horses! Frank
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Thanks Frank! Yeah, it was really cold that day

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Hi Daniel Are all these your horses? Do you have a farm?
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Hi Daniel Are all these your horses? Do you have a farm?
No, unfortenately not. I wish I had a farm and some horses. This farm is about 5-6 km from where I live. I used to live right next to it when I whas a youngster.

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Well Daniel, I can tell you from experience that you really have to LOVE them to be able to be able to take proper care and give all the exercice they need. I had 3 of them as a child and it seemed to take up an awful lot of time training and careing for them. In my opinion today it is better for me to visit some one with horses than iit would be for me to own some. Too many other things I have to do and just don;t have the proper time to really take advantage of ownership. I do however really love the horses!!! Frank
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Well Daniel, I can tell you from experience that you really have to LOVE them to be able to be able to take proper care and give all the exercice they need. I had 3 of them as a child and it seemed to take up an awful lot of time training and careing for them. In my opinion today it is better for me to visit some one with horses than iit would be for me to own some. Too many other things I have to do and just don;t have the proper time to really take advantage of ownership. I do however really love the horses!!! Frank
I can imagine! My wife used to be a trot trainer though so she really loves horses.

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I had a 5 gated Tennessee walking horse that really needed to go through his paces daily to compete in shows. It was really a chore after the "new" wore off from getting such a high spirited animal. I soon found dogs better to my liking as unlike my horse, the dogs actually liked me....LOL Frank
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