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Denya Dee Leake was preparing to exercise her field hunter Fearnought bareback (under blanket), when Promise, her Jack Russell terrier, jumped onto the horse’s back from the mounting block. This wasn’t the first time!

There must be a message there. If you think you know what Promise is thinking, type it into the Comments box. The best quote will receive a gift from Foxhunting Life!

Posted January 31, 2012

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# Judy Jones 2012-01-31 19:59
Okay, when I bark we will take off and join the Hunt coming through!
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# Marilyn Webster 2012-01-31 21:08
Oh my goodness! What will Mother Marilyn say when she sees I forgot my hard hat!
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+3 # John Wilkoski 2012-01-31 21:55
Now I can run with the big dogs!!
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# Denya Massey 2012-02-06 11:25
"Whoa, wait a minute, I'm a HUNTING terrier - I'm going with you.... huh, this isn't hunting attire? How about tomorrow? Would tomorrow work for you?"
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# Deborah K Bundy 2012-02-07 10:20
If you don't move, you'll get a cookie and I'll get a biscuit.
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# Pat C 2012-02-07 10:23
Fear says he hates his blanket too. Pleeaase take it OFF!
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# Nancy Lane-Lefgren 2012-02-07 22:26
"Mount up fair Lady Denya and Fearnought, and I..."Promise" to escort you on a thrilling ride in the hunt."
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# Neil Manger 2012-02-09 10:37
So?...what are we waiting for?
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+1 # Karen Myers 2012-02-09 15:17
You should see my half-seat.
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# Norman Fine 2012-02-15 11:43
You all put some creative thoughts and words into Promise's mouth! However, John Wilkoski's entry got the most "likes," so he gets the prize. Thanks to all who played the game!

John, please email your postal address to me. You may have your choice of either the 2012 Foxhunting Life Calendar or a CD of traditional foxhunting songs collected by the late Alexander Mackay-Smith. (The horse and terrier in the photo belong to his step-granddaugh ter!)
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