Tripping

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peg4x4
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Postby peg4x4 » Tue May 01, 2007 10:55 am

Had one would knock his front leg out from under him..That's one reason my knees are like they are..Be careful..
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Postby Just_a_girl » Tue May 01, 2007 10:06 pm

peg4x4 wrote:Had one would knock his front leg out from under him..That's one reason my knees are like they are..Be careful..


I'll be careful...

Thanks

I always help him with his head when he trips, but I never am prepared for it when it happens. My QH trips a little just walking around, but you put a saddle on him and his stops all that stuff. What a difference. :lol:
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