How bad is your horse addiction

You are Very Bad if!


*if you have hay under your hat as you walk in the house.
*If you examine every piece of rope or twine for its
halter potential.
*If you take someone’s temperature and think 102°F is
*If you always keep carrots, apples, and sugar cubes in
your refrigerator and ginger snaps on the shelf.
*If you prefer the smell of stable to perfume.
*If, between chores, you nap in the warm room with your boots on
*If you still have your childhood horse statues in your
*If your daughter can't wait until she's big enough for tall boots
*If you talk to your horses more than your spouse.
*If you spend more time at the feed store than the grocery
*If you cringe at paying five bucks for lunch, but won’t
blink at twenty or thirty spent on a riding lesson.
*If mucking stalls is more appealing to you than doing
*If you complain about aching after raking the yard, but will
never voice your back pain from the ride the previous day.
*If your room looks like a tornado hit, but you make sure
your horse’s stall is spotless.
*If every time you find a horse item, you buy it…
*If you buy horse earrings for your daughter, even though her ears aren’t
*If your room is covered with horse posters, pictures of
you riding, horse calenders, and other assorted horse stuff
*If every time you go to watch a movie, you ask, “Are
there horses in it?”
*If every time you go to BLOCKBUSTER, you head for the
kid’s/family section because it’s most likely to have
horse videos.
*If you own three or more t-shirts with various horse
events, barns, or breeds on them.
*If you turn down a vacation to Florida because you don’t
want to miss your riding lesson… (the only way you’ll
give it up is if you’re promised a ride in Florida)
*If you find proof that there ARE in fact horses in
*If you will read an entire magazine about horse
physiology, but hate biology.
*If when at the grocery store, you determine to buy
carrots and apples… for the horses at the barn.
*If you refuse to shovel snow, but gladly shovel stalls.