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Cobb County Enjoys Leisurely Lifestyle

I am proud to say the “County” is a wonderful member of our family. I have not had a lot of time to ride him lately – been busy on the farm – but he goes out in the pasture everyday after breakfast. He is a very sweet fellow and I enjoy spending time with him.

Cobb County and mom Kelly enjoy a spectacular view from their riding ring

Cobb County and mom Kelly enjoy a spectacular view from their riding ring

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
I suppose he is getting fat but he enjoys his life and I will always take very good care of him. I will say this about him, he loves to find a muddy spot to roll and has looked rather funny at times doing this and turning his entire body brown. I never have a camera handy at the time. He acts like a kid playing in a mud puddle and loving every minute of it.

Cobb Countys mare friend

Cobb Countys mare friend

Wanted to send you a picture of “County’s” friend. She is a red dun. I believe he loves redheads as well as brunettes. My AQHA buckskin mare Dixie had become his pasture buddy and when she left a couple of weeks age for breeding he had a fit. Then this redhead showed up, HS Dixie Darling. At first he would pay her no attention but in a few days he was in love.

I forgot “County’s” short friend. The first time we put Daisy in the pasture next to him. He looked at her as if

to say, “Is this a Horse or what?” Actually she is a very nice pony, which I was surprised to learn. We gave her a home but we really just lead kids on her. She would make a nice pony for a small child to ride but we do not have any short people with those qualities.

Another Cobb County pal Daisy the pony

Another Cobb County pal Daisy the pony

“County” has all women in his retirement life and I think he enjoys it.

Cobb County was a Prospect Horse FOR SALE until August 2007 when Kelly Fortner purchased him. “County” has enjoyed a happy year with Kelly making many new friends at home in the North Georgia Mountains. Click here to read their past success stories and here to see Cobb County’s pedigree.

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