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Hi everyone! Lol, well the animal communicator came today, and since I have no other ...
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    Animal Communicator Came...

    Hi everyone!
    Lol, well the animal communicator came today, and since I have no other friends, I figured I'd share what she said on here. No one make fun of me...
    Ok, so, according to my horse, she said:
    1. She wants shorter toes
    2. She'd like pears to eat (a lady ran to the store to get the treats the lady said each horse wanted, and my mare about broke the door down to get the pear, which is something I've never seen her do for a treat.)
    3. She wants to run
    4. She doesn't like that I hold her back (in stadium at shows, where she's not allowed to buck and run freely lol)
    5. She says that she really can jump higher
    6. She says that she knows what she's doing and I should stay out of her way
    7. She thinks she's pretty and does very good and likes crowds to watch her. She asked if she would be able to go anywhere like that soon, so I told her we have a show coming up in a week or so, so she will have plenty of chances to show off.
    8. She doesn't like baths...
    9. She said "You're a rose..." to the lady. (Apparently the lady's middle name is Rose, but I'm ignoring that)
    10. She doesn't want shoes (her soles are thin, but I can keep her comfy)
    11. She says I can take her off the painkillers, because nothing really bother her
    12. I asked the lady to tell my horse that she can't get up and run after she's done rolling (I have to take her off the lead to roll) if there's other people in the arena. She said that she'd try not to, but she couldn't promise because that's really the best part.
    13. She mentioned something about a loud guy who she used to have lessons with. She never had lessons until recently, so we figured it was her old owner she was thinking of.
    14. She liked the short farrier. (We figure her old farrier) The lady said she wasn't terribly upset when the lady told her the short farrier was gone.
    15. She said she doesn't like old people and doesn't want them to ride her... Lol, sorry Grandmother... She said that they're boring and they don't want to run.
    16. She said that there's some arthritis in her front feet (x-rays showed in her pasterns) but it doesn't really bother her.
    17. She doesn't like the left lead, and when I asked why, she said that she has trouble with it. The lady told her that it was one of those things that she just has to do, but my horse said she didn't have to. When asked if it was my signals confusing her, she said no, that she knew what I wanted. She just wasn't going to do it... I asked if there was anything I could do to help, and she said that she'd pick it u best on a straight away, instead of on a circle, which is weird...
    18. She says I lean too far forward when I jump (hey, her neck is short, and so's her back. There's no where else for me to go. ) I'll work on it...
    19. Said that she doesn't care about the saddle (which doesn't fit her shoulder right, but if she doesn't care, I don't either) but thinks the girth is a bit tight. (I have my girths looser than anyone else in the whole barn. It's just tight enough that it won't slide unless I want it to. I guess I'll loosen it and work on my balance.
    20. Said she doesn't care where the bit is, because she'll hold on to it anyway.
    21. She doesn't really like her head up (dressage) but she knows what I want and she'll do it.
    22. She said that her neck is a bit 'off', like where it needs to crack or something. I'll see about getting a chiropracter out.

    Yeah, that was fun...

    The other horses said:
    1. One horse wants ice cream, thinks he's not fed enough (he's a bit chunky), wants to eat flowers...
    2. One horse told the lady to 'watch for birds' just before one of the ladies was attacked by birds.
    3. Another horse wanted oatmeal cookies... The others wanted sugar cubes and twizlers.
    Yeah, that was fun...

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    hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
    idk what to say about that
    Originally Posted by FloraDanicaHR http://www.horsegroomingsupplies.com...s/viewpost.gif
    uhh would depend. Even though I am an english rider... and english riding man just isnt as hot as a hot...sweaty...shirtless cowboy

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    I always wanted to see this up close and personal. Jury is still out on whether or not I would spend money doing this. Not passing judgement, either. I truly don't know .

    But, I just want to add this. I literally did laugh out loud when I got to the part about your other horses saying they wanted to eat flowers. OMG. I'm still rolling around. Hysterical....

    (My grandma is in the hospital and I have been there for two days straight..came on to get my mind off. This did. Thanks.)
    "I've had people tell me this horse or that horse is a cutter then when I say " really I'll have to check the NCHA site to see how much they've won " the back pedaling starts." ~Glen Benson, aka "County"

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    How much did you pay for her to tell you this?
    -Barbi's Cindy Cheyenne (Shy))--> 12 y/o APHA Palomino Overo Mare

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    How much did you pay for her to tell you this?
    Lol, $50. Plus $10 trip fee... She came out to see 10 horses.
    I wasn't sure if she would be some crazy lady, but she seems pretty sane to me. She knew nothing about my horse (other than her age), and she got everything right. I do think it was worth the money. She pinpointed all the the exact spots where I know she's been having pain, and even gave me some ideas to help her with everything.
    I mean, I'm sure not everyone is as good as her, but I don't think it's really a big stretch to think that she really can 'talk' with my horse. Even I 'know' what my horse wants and thinks. I can always tell what she's feeling, and how she's going to react to something. She seems to understand me too. Eh, I had fun, and that's all that matters.

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    Sounds kind of iffy to me. Of course, if you had fun with it, great.

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    *snerk* "Watch for birds..." I can just see the AC pulling this puzzled face. "Wha-*WHACK*" Aah, bird to the head!

    Honest to goodness, it's not my place to judge. I have dealt with ACs in the past... a couple of crackpots and some that seemed genuine (they truly knew things that they shouldn't have, and that I've not shared anywhere). And I've experienced things that came completely out of left field. It always surprises me when people respond to this kind of thing in the tone of, "Well, that's ridiculous, but I guess if you like it..."

    Come on, even I have the decency to snicker behind my hand when I think someone is completely off it.
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    I never said it was ridiculous...and she's not completely off it if she makes $60 to do that. I call it creative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ApacheWarrior<3 View Post
    I never said it was ridiculous...and she's not completely off it if she makes $60 to do that. I call it creative.
    Then I'm probably not talking to you, right? Also, I said "in the tone of"... not word-for-word. I think you misunderstood my post. The person who would be "completely off it" in this situation is not the AC but the owner. Sorry, it must have been unclear.
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    Lol, she made like $600 today ($60 a person) so she is doing pretty good. I do actually think it was worth it, and I'd do it again.

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