You want to have an awesome Jack-O-Lantern for your front porch this Halloween, but who has the time? Once you’ve selected the perfect pumpkin, you have to cut it open, pull out the guts, come up with a unique design, and then carve it without making any errant slices (on the pumpkin or your finger) or putting too much pressure on it, causing the face to cave in. One mistake and you’ve got to find a new pumpkin and start all over again.
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Smart and clever pony!
Yummy Pumpkin treats, oh wait let me try this angle on carving! LOL!
Cleaver little pony!
Very Cute! I guess Pumpkin is okay for horses and ponies then.
He’s handing and loves his pumpkin.
Never knew pumpkin was okay for a horse! Learned all about pumpkins and horses now!