Sunday, July 27, 2008

The Day Clancey Was Born...

I found this on my computer and thought that I would share it with you. Clancey is now a dark brown with no line down his back!

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MnC's Disclaimer: At no time is excessive force, cruelty or brutality used when training the horses pictured in this blog. Reinforcing pats and firm gentleness, along with calmness from the trainers, encourage the horses to do as they are asked.

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Sharon Lynne said...

Clancey was such a cute little guy! I'm sure he is very handsome now, too.

Hope you are doing well!

Lori Schmidt (LoriProPhoto) said...

I will have to spend a bit of time reading your blog, the fate and situation with the Mustangs has become almost an obsession with me and I am at my witts end as to who to believe and what to do about it, if I could even help in a small way, I have sleepless nights worrying about all of our poor animals in this country. I look forward to reading about your progress with these horses, and love the passive approach you are taking, it definitely works better, for all horses even mine which are Paints.

Lori Schmidt (LoriProPhoto) said...

I have added you to my blogs that I follow so hopefully I can keep up to date that way LOL. I have not posted on my blog for a while because of the emotional upheaval in my world and mind but hope to do so again soon so I hope you will visit me once in a while too.

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