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Misadventures

Misadventures of Beasley

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Bountiful Feed
So I buy my feed from Spears in Washingtonville. I use them because they call me when they are placing an order from Purina so I can get the freshest feed possible. (Nevermind, I buy the finest feed that Purina produces...Yes, I have lost my mind.) (Call my shrink, I have horses!) Anyway, so Spears upped their delivery charge so I decided to pick the feed up myself.
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Benefit Trail Ride of Death
Oh-my-god! These trail riders mean business. I was invited to participate in the Annual Stewart Buffer Lands Benefit Trail Ride. This is a trail ride where you pay a small fee and it benefits a group that works to keep this park open for horse people and trail riders.
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Cribbing...oh, the horrors of it all!
Crib, grunt, grunt, ugh, ugh, ugh!
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The Great Big Yellow Christmas Present

I own a PMU foal named Beasley. I adopted him when he was 18 months old and now he is six. He is a perfect bay and has a lovely personality. I recently bought a trailer and he and I go everywhere...

So one day, I took Beasley to Highland National Park to trail ride with my friend June.

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BEASLEY GETS LOOSE - Do I ever learn?
So I take my PMU, Beasley, for a trail ride. For those of you new to this e-newsletter, Beasley is my PMU. I adopted him at 18 months and he is now 9. He is a TB/QH/Percheron cross. I am the one that always comments on how I’ve been had. From the mountains of grain, hay cubes, heaps of bedding ... all to serve...To the chagrin of my depleted checking account...
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