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So true we were just talking about this the other day

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So true we were just talking about this the other day




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29 Comments

  1. Liz Lane says:

    Hate to see horses on their own. Especially stallions that don’t even see another horse.

  2. Holly Roberts says:

    Goats also make good companions. and DOnkeys

  3. Lisa Bailey says:

    So true, when my girl takes one of her ponies out, the one left behind always goes and looks for the cattle or sheep on our property and hangs with them over the fence. As long as they have another companion, they are okay. Horse is preferable though πŸ™‚

  4. Megan Cooke says:

    My daughter was very excited to spot your beautiful boys at her riding lesson on tuesday! They do look like very good friends ☺

  5. Phillipa Gill says:

    Eva-Dominique Simpson just as we’ve been saying

  6. Louise Treasure says:

    True.

  7. Janelle Robson says:

    Although some people just can’t have two horses,

  8. Gabriela Stan says:

    Lily Iscru

  9. Melissa Clifford says:

    Carol Clifford
    Darrin Stable Cliffordd

  10. Karen Bevitt says:

    I know one pony, you also know her Alycia, who has to live alone, and is happy to do so. But they are very few and far between and should wherever possible live socially.

  11. Trish Kimber says:

    Yep

  12. Kandis Keys says:

    So sad to see a horse standing all by itself…. πŸ™

  13. Melissa Hughes says:

    Apparently is illegal in Denmark to keep a horse by itself

  14. Mick Cowman Courtney says:

    I have 5 horses. Now my bank account is lonely and its empty inside. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ΄πŸ΄

  15. Desolie Mavis says:

    Anjie Maclachlan

  16. Lynne Skingsley says:

    Or just have a herd hey Kirsty James?

  17. Mary-Ellen Lang says:

    When all else fails, a goat or calf will help.

  18. Renee Atkinson says:

    Lisa Judson

  19. Maxine Max says:

    Andrew Maxwell see they need company.A pony when Cheeky has gone.

  20. Kelly Hansen says:

    Toatally agree. I have a horse i ride and my retired horse. If something happened to one of them i would go and adopt another horse. Or let someone keep there horse at my place
    There are options like a paddock next to another horse / agistment .

  21. Sophie Oostinjen says:

    Paul Bonacci baileys lonely haha

  22. Kate Howarth says:

    Steve Howarth

  23. Laura Voss Monahan says:

    Terry Ann Phelps-Peddy

  24. Holistic Equine World says:

    how very true!

  25. Sue Cross says:

    Victoria Marie oh no you can’t have just one! πŸ˜‚

  26. Laura Van Houten says:

    If you can’t afford a second horse.
    * Ask a someone else if they have a horse your horse can share a field with
    * Get a goat or sheep or other farm animal

  27. Neville William Ashley says:

    Yep they’re herd animals. A herd is not one.
    Same as birds. They are flock animals. If you’ve got just one don’t pretend you’re being kind. You’re not.

  28. Chloe Mae Cole says:

    Some do prefere alone time, my horse can touch and see other horses over his fence and gate however when at old yard he was with others and hated it was such a different horse, truth is some like to be in their own company aswell as with others

  29. Sue Hatton says:

    Rosemary Wallace 😬🐎🐎

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