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louchiere79 5:25pm, 31 May 2007
Another new thread by the gabaholic me lol. I have built a campfire, and am stewing some coffee, so everyone come over from your dusty ride and kick your boots off. It's time to tell your most scarey stories with your horse. Or ones you've heard from friends. So make it interesting, before I fall asleep!
sezzaleerose 11 years ago
oo oo oo + sits down infront of campfire and trys to get warm (its cold here) + lol

yeah well scary story my horse keeps geting collic even though we have every thing checked through from the food to the horse its self to the paddock and stall he stays in. well he has a high imune system now atleast. yeah well that wasent a story much but i disided to say it xP.
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Poofy 11 years ago
Owh. That is creapy. ;) *me get closer to the fire.*
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louchiere79 11 years ago
Yea pretty scarey...Me makes more coffee...As me leans in closer to the fire. I have a story. It took place a very long time ago, in old Seville. Way back during the inquisition...There was a young girl, oh say, bout 15 or so. Her family was rather wealthy, and trained horses for a living. As the story goes one night as her family was sleeping the soldiers came, on grounds of heresy to take her family to be tried. Her father pushed her from one of the windows, and told her to hide. Everything they owned was confiscated, except one horse, that they could not catch, Cabio Diablo. The story runs that her family was convicted, and on the day that they were to be shot, or burned as the case may be. The girl made some sort of deal, some say with the devil, others say, with avenging angels, some say however it was just sheer love alone. She rode Diablo, through the streets, to wear her family was chained up. But it was too late. They say that on that morning the horror on her face, reflected in Diablo, she raised her hands to the sky and spoke words that no one could remember, it was either a benediction, or curse, either way Diablo, changed as if the fires from hell itself coursed through his veins, bullets could not stop him, as he unleashed an unearthly vengeance never before witnessed. They say he avenged the deaths of those he loved, and then was seen no more. But the legend goes, that Diablo never died, the curse, or blessing or deal with the devil himself, gave immortality. They say that Indian chiefs rode him, in battles for justice and lands, some say they see him in the eyes of their own horses, in moments of danger, or fear. Either way, I believe that Diablo lives. For I have seen him in the pages of history, and I have seen him in the eyes of my horse, when once I was in danger, and he nearly killed to defend me. They say love is a funny thing, some say, hell itself couldn’t contain him, all I know is, if you ever see him, make sure your on the right side.
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Poofy 11 years ago
Ahh this is so scary! :)
TroisM Posted 11 years ago. Edited by TroisM (member) 11 years ago
well this isnt really scary but it wsa really scary at the time
I went to a camp once and we were practicing vaulting and my partner was trying to get on the horse (i had already gotten on) and she kicked the horses sore spot and the horse bucked and kicked one of the spotters and nocked her over and my friend started to fall off and grabbed me and we both fell off the horse it happened really fast so i dont remember that much except grabbing the bars on the vaulting saddle which slid because the horse had healed her breath while they tightened it....
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Poofy 11 years ago
WOW! That is scary!! WOW!!
eclecticescapades 11 years ago
I must say, the scariest horse story I have happened on a hack one day with my guy, Red. We were out on our usual short circuit trail, just behind my parent’s property, when I first heard the dogs barking. I didn't think much of it, as a lot of people live around the woods up there. But, before I knew what happened, two large boxers came rushing out of the woods and attacked me and Red. They were biting him, pulling on his tail, snapping at his legs -- it was frightening! Red tried to dance and pull away, but he was caught amongst a small grove of trees. Out of fear for him and the biting I hopped off, into the middle of the dogs, and yelled at Red "GO HOME!!!!". Red took off for the barn with the dogs in tow. I pulled out my cell phone, called all the neighbors (all five of them) to tell them to block the road and took off running from home, with the dogs' owner not far behind me. By the time I was home I found Red cowering in the barn, and my WONDERFUL neighbors blocking the entrance from the dogs. I've never been so scared for my horse!
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Poofy 11 years ago
WOW! That sounds scary!!!!!!!!! You where really brave to jump off your horse and to tell him to run! WOW!
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louchiere79 11 years ago
Ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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