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the ability to make sensible decisions

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Amy Pirie, chairman for Horse Sense Wirral, said; "We arrived to find that Queenie had either been leaning over the fence for a bit of tasty grass or itching her bum on the fence and it had snapped causing her to fall into a deep ditch.
Guidry rides Tucker's political horse sense into the office of Louisiana's Attorney General, while Tucker capitalizes on Guidry's victory to bolster his own political reputation.
But what they lack in fashion sense they more than make up for in horse sense and here lads at five of the leading yards in Britain have revealed their Cheltenham fancies.
This, combined with old fashioned horse sense, means the future here looks very promising.
The majority are aware, but some are unaware of horse sense or just plain rude and ignorant, and make it difficult for all.
Keeping a tight rein on safety: One of Britain's biggest insurers reckons more horse sense is needed from motorists and equestrians.
The pair - named Blues and Twos by the officers who found them - were taken in by Horse Sense Wirral, a pony W sanctuary in Saughall Massie, where they are being nursed back to health.
He was also a best-selling author and his three books, Talking With Horses, Thinking With Horses and Horse Sense, were published in many countries.
99); Two in one with The Saddle Club, Horse Sense & Horse Power, Horse Crazy & Horse Shy Bonnie Bryant (Random House $12.
HORSE SENSE AFARMER has come up with an eye-catching way of enticing new customers into his farm shop as the horsemeat scandal rumbles on.
But if you are looking for something chockablock full of good disability income horse sense, this may be it.
So what did the selected horse sense that the others did not?
MILLBURY - A club based at Stowe Farm is teaching its members some good old-fashioned horse sense.
Prosecutor Ian Ball said Whitehouse was caught out by her coworker Susan Taylor at Horse Sense Saddlers shop in Bentley Heath, Solihull, and the shop owner Lorraine Green.
CWRT decided the business plan made so much horse sense that they helped Angela gallop away with a business loan of pounds 8,000 to enable her to buy a 28-year-old double-decker bus that has been converted into a mobile play service.