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User Info: Eiztoom

Eiztoom
1 week ago#1
OK it's not every time, but often enough to be a pattern.

Can someone who knows horses tell me if this is a real thing.

User Info: GSid

GSid
1 week ago#2
When you gotta go....you gotta go
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User Info: Natural510

Natural510
1 week ago#3
They’re stuck in Freud’s Anal Stage of development.
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User Info: user420

user420
1 week ago#4
I'm not claiming to know anything about horses but I would assume being brushed would be relaxing to a horse, so being relaxed would get things moving so to speak.
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User Info: Masajub

Masajub
1 week ago#5
It applies to humans so why wouldn't it apply to horses?

User Info: klyrner

klyrner
1 week ago#6
The horse's s*** is actually concerning. For all Rockstar did with animations, the only one there is in that regard implies the horse is unhealthy.
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User Info: KJBDEFENDER

KJBDEFENDER
1 week ago#7
user420 posted...
I'm not claiming to know anything about horses but I would assume being brushed would be relaxing to a horse, so being relaxed would get things moving so to speak.

That's a good guurrlll. Now that you lightened your load, let's beat the speed trial from Van Horn to Blackwater.
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User Info: RedJacket200

RedJacket200
1 week ago#8
user420 posted...
I'm not claiming to know anything about horses but I would assume being brushed would be relaxing to a horse, so being relaxed would get things moving so to speak.

This actually. I own 7 horses, and they s*** when being brushed, washed down, and trimmed.

I've asked the vet this very question and pretty much what he said they are so relaxed that there bowels loosen up and off they go.

You can tell when they are relaxed by them leaning on one rear leg with the hood tip towards the ground and ears in mid position.

If they do this with ears back watch out because they will kick anything that walks behind them.
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User Info: klyrner

klyrner
1 week ago#9
Ha, you own 7 horses?? What do you do?
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User Info: KJBDEFENDER

KJBDEFENDER
1 week ago#10
klyrner posted...
Ha, you own 7 horses?? What do you do?

Shovels a lot of s***.
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