The Licks Are Different From Any Other Ones

When I was at the Highland Show this year I went to your stall to have a look, as I had never heard of you before. I spoke to your assistant and explained when I get a horse lick my horse finishes it in days and as she’s a grey horse it’s always black, she then told me that your licks were different from other ones and they sure were, she’s still got her lick and she’s never been black with it.

The reason that I am writing is when she was taking her lick, the horse that she was in with decided he wanted to try it also, so the two horses Stella and Cedric were licking the lick at the same time.


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