1. Annette Pedersen
    April 5, 2012 @ 1:28 AM

    How awesome is this! Horses are a very smart animal for sure. They “feel” us as we do them. They also feel your fear as I found out many moons ago! LOL. Learned alot since then. Love your tips and sharing..Thank you Kim~


    • Kim Wende
      April 6, 2012 @ 11:30 PM

      Yes they are very smart. Thanks for letting me know that you like the tips. I appreciate you taking the time to leave a comment.


  2. Laura
    April 4, 2012 @ 11:53 PM

    I can’t say for 100% that my horse Majic picked me per se, but he did decide I was his and he wouldn’t let me sell him. For the first 2 or 3 years I had him, all I wanted to do was sell him. He was plain and I was young (and dumb) enough to want more flash. After having him a few years and really bonding with him, no money could have bought him. About 3 or 4 years before he died, I didn’t think I was able to handle dealing with his death. He was getting older and I just didn’t want to face it, so I was going to sell him. I told myself I’d sell him to a good home who could afford to take care of him in his “golden” years better than I could. He wouldn’t let me sell him though. I could do anything, go anywhere with him, but when someone else tried to test ride him, he’d run away with them or try to flip over backwards with them. I’d get back on him and he was the perfect gentleman again. Needless to say, he spent his last years with me. He taught me what true love, maturity, and loyalty is… Being there for them until the end. That’s why he was my “horse soul mate”. Thanks for sharing and allowing me to share… 🙂


    • Kim Wende
      April 6, 2012 @ 11:32 PM

      Thanks for sharing your story Laura. Sounds like he was really attached to you what a great bond you had with him. Sorry to hear you lost him.


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