Now if the girls doing the hobby horse competitions could just up their game a bit, I think Unicorn hair would be the way to go.
I haven’t sold many horses but this looks exceedingly, distressingly familiar.
The best was when someone came to try a horse I had for sale, rode her, loved her and then asked if I would let her go as a free lease. Um, no.
I know it’s hard to find a good horse to buy, but when you are looking, remember how hard it is to sell one, too!
This is great. I need to have my family and all my “civilian” friends read this!
This is such a wonderful “take” on supplements. I had to laugh out loud.
My particular favorites are below, but Freedom could definitely use “Calm the Hell Down”.
Be Careful What You Ask For
Ideal for the overly-compliant horse who is more interested in pleasing you than saving either of your skins. BCWYAF invokes a mild sense of suspicion, and when fed regularly may result in actual survival instinct. Works best when both horse and rider are supplemented; we recommend maximum dosage for amateur riders.
Is your equine partner too smart for his own good? Does he open gates, untie knots and calculate how to lose shoes only when the farrier is out of town? Do you swear he can log into your calendar app to see your show schedule so he knows when to go lame? Does he just seem to know what you’re thinking before you know it yourself? He needs Dumb-down. Like a liquid lobotomy, Dumb-down’s exclusive, neuro-transmitter destroying formula works to synergistically suppress higher-level thought processes. Let Dumb-down put YOU back at the top of the evolutionary chart. Mildly hallucinogenic for a long-lasting, pleasantly disorienting effect.