like to thank the forum members of pleasurehorse.com
for contributing many of the items on this list and, of
Jeff Foxworthy for inspiring it!
have ever purchased a goat instead of a weed eater.
Neighbor kids dare each other to pet your horses through the
have 6 horses and one useable halter.
like to guess what breeds your horse is.
Your tool kit consists of duct tape, WD-40 and baling twine.
can think of more than 10 uses for empty feed bags.
You wonder if the horse hair in the dryer lint trap is a
Your horse blankets have been repaired with duct tape. A lot
of duct tape.
Your stable colors are dictated by what was on sale at the
time of purchase.
You have ever considered, "Pay the hay man or the
mortgage?" and decided on the hay man.
You buy top notch horse feed but keep an eye out for sales on
Ramen noodles to feed your kids.
Your truck and trailer sport matching coats of primer.
all time favorite Christmas gift was a wire stretcher.
The most romantic gift you have ever received was an arena
are the centerpiece of your “all natural” fly control
prevents anyone from guessing what color your horses are.
of your bridles are held together with baling wire.
needs a bridle when you have a perfectly good halter and lead
of your exterminators have four legs.
can’t remember the last time you rode in a saddle.
string cinch you use every day has six or fewer intact
horse won the “Hairiest” award at the local fuzzy/furry
visit to a horse show from your barn is complete without a
“Loose Horse!!” announcement over the PA system.
pasture fence is held together with baling twine.
have ever pulled a horse trailer with an El Camino.
haven’t quite gotten around to breaking that six-year-old
home raised colt.
your barn, a dead rat is cause for celebration.
neighbors call frequently with the message, “Your horses are
is at least one rusted out vehicle in your pasture.
takes two hands to open all of your gates – one hand to pick
the gate up out of the mud, and the other hand to work the
out your trailer’s dressing room requires a manure fork.
county declares your pasture to be a public nuisance.
of your stall doors have fully functional latches.
son is your automatic waterer.
just one horse out of your pasture is absolutely impossible.
have never noticed a need for manure removal.
worm your horses once a year whether they need it or not.
think vaccinations are for pessimists.
consider it a waste of money to have the vet geld your colts
when you can do it yourself.
have ever loaded a pony into the back of your truck.
your property, pasture rotation happens only when the horses
tear down the fence to get at the grass in an adjoining
some of your own? Send
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we’ll publish them here.
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