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Your Horse And Playing

I will not hit my human with "friendly fire" during horse fights.

I will not play "chicken" with the barn when I'm out in the paddock. I now understand that the barn will not move out of my way if I charge at it causing me to hit it and knock myself out cold.

I will not take my human's bungee leadrope off the rail and hold it by the middle and find out that if you shake it just right you can make it spin till it makes REALLY WEIRD NOISES and if you hold it even righter you can get the bull snap to drape over your neck so it doesn't slam you in the eye.

Playing "Thread the needle" with the human holding me and two trees is not a smart idea. I don't do this when I'm picketed, I don't need to do it while I'm hand grazed.

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