Dancing Texases Swan Mountain

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Post  MajesticHooves on Wed Apr 01, 2009 3:07 am

Griffin was hot and sweaty, he bared his teeth and pinned his ears tight and flat. The other stallion already had lots of gashes and tears to his white body. Griffin was sure to win, he kicked the other stallion in the ribs, making his cough constantly and have terrible breathing troubles. This opponent was too easy. Griffin rolled his eyes in disgust. The stallion immediately fell the the rocky ground and coughed. Griffin walked over and squealed, followed by a rear. The stallion rolled over. "OK!! Your win!! Please let me live!!" The stallion whined begging with sadness in his eyes. Griffin snorted. "Ok but consider yourself lucky.. never come back or I shall rip you to pieces!" He threatened. The stallion nodded and scurried away half frightened to death.

Texas entered the clearing with Azul by his side just in time to see the stallion begging lifelessly. He snorted, no stallion was a match to Griffin, not even him but they were brothers so they helped each other out when needed. "Hello brother." Texas greeted Griffin. "This is my mare, Azul." He introduced her, then stepped away so Griffin could get a proper look at the beautiful mare.

Griffin nodded and bowed his head to Texas, he returned to his grazing place with his ears pinned tightly. He didn't really like other horses besides Texas, but he needed to respect this mare now, she was a higher level in the herd than he was.
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Dancing Texases Swan Mountain

Post  MajesticHooves on Tue Mar 31, 2009 7:24 pm

Texas reared then rounded up his mares, keeping a suspicious eye out for stallions who tried to steal his mares or land. Texas settled lazily on a hill and started to watch over his mares where they grazed. His brother, Griffin not far off with his ears pinned, Griffin was not the type of stallion you'd want to mess with, he was always angry, never friendly only when Texas is around, he was brought up so wrong.


Griffin bucked and reared, he was watching the herd for Texas while he seeked out a mare for a mate, possibly lead mare too.

(See Dancing Texas (Texas) in seeking creek to try and become hi lead mare/mate!)

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