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O/T Ok didn't want to leave out the 2 leged Horse

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  1. foghorn220

    foghorn220 Active Member

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    O/T Ok didn't want to leave out the 2 legged Horse

    Well I know there are oddity's in every walks of life but found a 2 legged Horse video to share with yall all!

    I don't know who the trainer was maybe they contacted the 2 legged dog's owner.

    Well anyway the show must go on.


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  2. recurvyarcher

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    The horse above is in a perpetual run because if he stops, he will fall forward. LOL!!!

    If you want to see what a well-balanced horse will do, take a look at Salinero!

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  3. gdbabin

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    What is that bouncy, fancy dancing stuff???

    Here's a real well-balanced horse... An American Quarter Horse doing her thing. Check out her concentration.

    Guy B.





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  4. recurvyarcher

    recurvyarcher Well-Known Member

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    Yes, and notice that she has no bridle on...she knows exactly what she is doing.

    Also, Jim Thode did the photography at a horse camp that my daughter used to attend in the summers in Washington State. This is my favorite piece that he has done. I think he calls it "In the Eyes of a Horse," and I believe it won some awards.

    I would recommend him as a photographer to anyone over in that region.
     
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    Here is another example, but I think these performers are a little "off balance."

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  6. X Trap 2

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