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LiquidFluoride
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A quick follow up:

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Gumbo
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Glad Chain Face had people willing to help her. She looks great. In all my years this is the first time I've ever seen a chain around a horses neck. Certainly a lesson learned.

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is that what you named her??

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Amazing indeed!
One lucky horse and owner to have the Cruzan Cowgirls come to the rescue. Good ting!

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LiquidFluoride
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Glad Chain Face had people willing to help her. She looks great. In all my years this is the first time I've ever seen a chain around a horses neck. Certainly a lesson learned.

it was tied to a rope that was around it's neck, then to another rope.. because the length of chain between two ropes makes it stronger than just rope... right?

haha, I don't claim to understand the "why" of it.

is that what you named her??

I don't know what the boys call her (before we showed up none of the horses had names, so we at least started that trend) and she's not mine to name..

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