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<sniff> have just sold dpony <sniff>

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CMOTDibbler · 25/04/2014 18:14

They are a lovely, lovely family with a farm and two little boys, mum had a horse for 20 years till they died last year, and its the right thing for dpony and ds, it really is.

But we've had dpony for 3 years, and I loves him so much, he's so gorgeous and cheeky, and I'll miss him

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marialuisa · 25/04/2014 20:54

It will get better, especially if he's gone to a good home. We're 6 months on from selling dpony2 and it's now lovely to see pics of him having fun and being a superstar for his new jockey. He would have hated to be left in the field with limited opportunity to show off, do his tricks and scrounge for cuddles and treats.

Flexiblefriend · 26/04/2014 15:44

Is sounds like a fantastic home! Will they keep in touch do you think? It sounds like you've done the best for him that you could, so hopefully that will help you feel better about it quickly.

CMOTDibbler · 26/04/2014 16:59

They've said we can visit, and they have a farm shop (at which he may be doing pony rides in the summer) so it would be easy to pop in. Everyone at the yard is saying that it sounds perfect for him.

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CMOTDibbler · 29/04/2014 15:34

And now he's gone Sad.

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70isaLimitNotaTarget · 02/05/2014 15:00

lovely lovely family
had a horse for 20 years

Your boy has landed on his hooves hasn't he?
You need to pat yourself firmly on the back for finding him such a gorgeous new home, then take a deep breathe in of his body brush (or something). Grin

Sad but a new chapter.

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