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  1. IcyPatriot

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    Hopefully his surgery went well and he can live the rest of his life SHAGGING.:rolleyes:
     
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    Reports now are that he came through the surgery very well!
     
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    Last I heard was 50-50 chance. . .Poor guy. It breaks my heart to see an animal hurt.
     
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    Having endured my own Joe Theisman like knee injury its excruciating to watch that animal's leg flop around like that (which is about the state my knee was in at the time)

    I'm amazed they are even trying surgery - 5 years ago they'd probably have put him down on the spot
     
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    Blah, it's a horse :rolleyes:
     
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    You really don't need to be like that.
     
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    Well, I eat chickens and cows and sheep and fish. There's not really a big difference to a horse - to me, anyway.
     
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    Johnny Mac Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Indeed. I'm not going to feel bad for this one just because it's famous.
     
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    I would feel bad for any horse that broke it's leg. Are you telling me you wouldn't?
     
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    Johnny Mac Third String But Playing on Special Teams

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    Not really. It happens. I'm sure there's a squirrel out there somewhere with a broken leg. I'm not going to let it get me down.
     
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    LOL, in the truest sense I guess I feel bad for the horse - but it's way, way down on my list.
     
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    There's no question that they'd try to save that horse. Do you have any idea the amount of money he's worth in stud fees????? Hopefully he'll spend many years "shagging", as so well put by Nut!!!
     
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    Yeah, hard to feel sorry for him. When other men bring me fine female specimens to mate with and pay large sums of money for the priveledge to do so, I'll deal with a broken leg. Now THOSE are wingmen.
     
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    Thanks...I grew up riding horses, so I'm a bit partial to them. We used to board them in Lincoln, RI. it was alot of fun caring for them and riding of course.
     
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    I also rode when I was younger. My daughter's been into the Morgan show circuit for about 8yrs now. Can't wait till she's off to college....happily pay tuition instead of all the boarding, and stable fees!!!!!:rolleyes:
     
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    I think it's called prostitution!

    A friend I work with breeds Norfolk terriers for show, and his girl has birthed a couple of champions. . .so I went to Goodwill and found him a beat up leather trench coat and purple wide-brimmed hat, a la Dolemite. I told him he had to wear it because he's truly a pimp!
     

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