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    12-15-2011, 06:39 PM
  #11
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by Joe4d    
How hard can it be , girls do it.
You know, I used to like you Joe..but now I see how it is..

Mango, we have a name for those girls...they are called Lean Queens..They sit there and ride Daddy's money..The rest of us work our butts off to get where we are and have the horses we have...I know I wasn't handed anything when it comes to horses. I'm 23 and putting myself through college..I take care of my own and make my own way..
     
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    12-15-2011, 07:19 PM
  #12
Showing
You'll always be a better barrel racer than they are.. it's about the heart you put into the game and riding behind it :) If they want to show off on bush button ponies.. well they can go ahead and do that.
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    12-16-2011, 12:04 AM
  #13
Foal
I will be doing barrels.
My horse (3 years old) and I are green (bad combo I know, but we're actually a good team. He's a good match for me, but that's another story) and my trainer is showing me all the basics. I'm still walking the barrels. There's this girl, who thinks she's hot **** cause she's gone to fair on her 18 YEAR OLD HORSE THAT KNOWS WHAT HE'S DOING. I get so mad cause me and my horse are working our asses off and she's just trying to stay on.

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But we will beat her ass once I start competing :3
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    12-16-2011, 01:38 AM
  #14
Green Broke
Uhhh,well....

I just started to do barrels and gymkhana.
I never had lessons for it but people always give me pointers.It's not that easy but it's not that hard either. It does take time to learn how to do it properly...people can jump horses...anyone can do anything with their horses but doesn't mean they will be good at it ..especially right away.People have to find their "groove" with their horse so they are in sync with each other. People get finished barrel horses and are beginners....Gidget is a finished barrel racer. She was doing races in California. I've had her for 2 years and I'm now bringing her back into it. She knows what she is doing but needs a slight tune up...my mom bought me her for xmas(I paid half).....I understand what you mean though.
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    12-16-2011, 01:42 AM
  #15
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by meganishername    
I will be doing barrels.
My horse (3 years old) and I are green (bad combo I know, but we're actually a good team. He's a good match for me, but that's another story) and my trainer is showing me all the basics. I'm still walking the barrels. There's this girl, who thinks she's hot **** cause she's gone to fair on her 18 YEAR OLD HORSE THAT KNOWS WHAT HE'S DOING. I get so mad cause me and my horse are working our asses off and she's just trying to stay on.

~

But we will beat her ass once I start competing :3

See,in MY opinion I think you should just focus on you and your horse and not what others think of themselves. Let them think they are good.Maybe they really are. Just because someone has an excellent horse doesn't mean it's only the horse that is making them win.It takes a team to make it happen.Your horse is young.It will take lots of time to get him to where this girl's horse is at and who knows maybe your horse will be better once he is finished...I would just enjoy it.
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    12-16-2011, 05:09 PM
  #16
Foal
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Originally Posted by BarrelRacer23    
Oddly that's not what ever really gets me. Its the poeple that try for forever and fail, get all kinds of good advice and just keep on failing. When there's so many barrel trainers around here and people to get lessons from, makes me confused.

As for the parents buying already trained horse. I normally advise people to buy a finished horse when starting, its easier. My mare is being bought buy a girl getting into it, she's finished and will teach her well. If I ever got into another discipline I will buy myself a horse trained for it already to start. Other wise it always made me annoyed to be passed up by people who just got into it on their nice 1D horses just bought, my mom couldn't afford me a 1D horse and my mare never could cut it, she is a 2D horse. So long hard work and now I have my prospect im training myself with my moms help of course.
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I like to train my own so I know me and the horse will work well together.
     
    12-16-2011, 05:12 PM
  #17
Foal
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Originally Posted by DrumRunner    
You know, I used to like you Joe..but now I see how it is..

Mango, we have a name for those girls...they are called Lean Queens..They sit there and ride Daddy's money..The rest of us work our butts off to get where we are and have the horses we have...I know I wasn't handed anything when it comes to horses. I'm 23 and putting myself through college..I take care of my own and make my own way..
I agree! My friend, she's nice and she's a good friend and all, but when she starts complaining saying how she hates her horse and her mom makes her keep him I wanna punch her and say, atleast you GET EVERYTHING FREE! She got her horses free, she gets free feed,etc.
     
    12-16-2011, 05:14 PM
  #18
Foal
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Originally Posted by meganishername    
I will be doing barrels.
My horse (3 years old) and I are green (bad combo I know, but we're actually a good team. He's a good match for me, but that's another story) and my trainer is showing me all the basics. I'm still walking the barrels. There's this girl, who thinks she's hot **** cause she's gone to fair on her 18 YEAR OLD HORSE THAT KNOWS WHAT HE'S DOING. I get so mad cause me and my horse are working our asses off and she's just trying to stay on.

~

But we will beat her ass once I start competing :3
Your supposed to start the course at a walk when training ;)
I bet you will!
     
    12-16-2011, 05:15 PM
  #19
Foal
Quote:
Originally Posted by Gidget    
Uhhh,well....

I just started to do barrels and gymkhana.
I never had lessons for it but people always give me pointers.It's not that easy but it's not that hard either. It does take time to learn how to do it properly...people can jump horses...anyone can do anything with their horses but doesn't mean they will be good at it ..especially right away.People have to find their "groove" with their horse so they are in sync with each other. People get finished barrel horses and are beginners....Gidget is a finished barrel racer. She was doing races in California. I've had her for 2 years and I'm now bringing her back into it. She knows what she is doing but needs a slight tune up...my mom bought me her for xmas(I paid half).....I understand what you mean though.
Yeah, I basically taught myself with my friend telling me some tips. ;)
     
    12-16-2011, 05:24 PM
  #20
Yearling
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Originally Posted by Barrels4Lyfe    
I like to train my own so I know me and the horse will work well together.
Every horse I own has been bought unbroke or green. I've been bought one finished barrel horse on payments, I had tons of fun on him and he taught me some too. Teaching someone on a horse that knows nothing is hard because you can only advance them as far as the horse knows. The mare im selling was my only horse for a long time, and she took awhile to become finished and reliable. Now I have only a 4 year old colt to ride. I guess I just don't see the point in gripping about what others can afford and what you can't. I worked my butt off to get my colt, im proud of that and that's enough for me.
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