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        03-16-2013, 06:58 PM
      #31
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    Yep and nothing you guys say is going to make me change my mind....You all are idiots for this stuff
         
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        03-16-2013, 07:01 PM
      #32
    Yearling
    ROFL! Your never goin to get far with that brat attitude. Grow up honey, we barrel racers on this forum are very well educated and have trained barrel horses who went out and done something....

    So whatever go be a brat and not accept advice. I am done talking to a immature teenage brat who thinks she is all that and then some.
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        03-16-2013, 07:05 PM
      #33
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    Originally Posted by Kelsie1    
    Yep and nothing you guys say is going to make me change my mind....You all are idiots for this stuff
    Hello, pot. Meet the kettle.

    Look, I know nothing about barrel racing. I could probably trot the pattern on my gelding, but that's about it. However, I do know that tack doesn't fix holes in training. I also know that, from your previous videos, without seeing any of the responses from the seasoned barrel racers on this forum, your horse has HUGE gaping holes in his training that you could drive a semi through.

    Your logic in this situation is extremely flawed. If all the barrel racers in your area were whipping their horses with rattlesnakes to get them to go faster, would you do it to? Or if the big pro barrel racers were doing it, would you?
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        03-16-2013, 07:06 PM
      #34
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    It's not like it's going to kill him it's fine!!
    No, it won't kiill him.

    You'll just have to send him to the slaughter plant in about a year or two, after you've fried his brain on barrels because you didn't take the time to get rid of the holes. No biggie.

    'Course you could extend his barrel racing career by switching to a wire tie down. Those are harsher, but futurity riders use them, so then they must be okay because you've seen someone use it once.

    Heck, let's just put some barbed wire on his bit and then he won't ignore it either. That outta make him listen.


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    Originally Posted by Kelsie1    
    Everyone and I mean everyone of my friends that I barrel race with all have tie downs and everyone at the barrel race had tie downs!!
    Mommy! All my friends drive a Ferrari so I need one to because that's the cool thing to do because everyone is doing it, so I need to do it too. It must be right and cool if everyone is doing it. So I need to do it too. Please mom!!


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    Originally Posted by Kelsie1    
    Please point out where I asked anyone a question or for advice here!!
    Are you freaking serious??? You must have no memory skills.

    You have no idea it's not good to run a horse on grass.
    Is there anything wrong with this?

    You have no idea that lessons would help you.
    Lessons Yes or No?

    And you've had two separate threads going about your tie down questions.
    Tie Down question.....?

    Tie down help?


    And you have the audacity to say "you've never asked a question". What an idiot you are.

    And please tell me what major PRCA rodeos you have one, because I honestly don't believe you.

    Would still LOVE to see this video, by the way.
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        03-16-2013, 07:07 PM
      #35
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    Wow are you one to talk your the one who thinks YOUR JUST IT what you were actually trying to say is "I'm very well educated and have trained barrel horses who went out and done something...." That's being a snobby brat your probably one of those girls when something goes wrong you would go to your parents a cry for another horse I've seen to many people like that and you sound just like them!
         
        03-16-2013, 07:09 PM
      #36
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    Originally Posted by Kelsie1    
    Wow are you one to talk your the one who thinks YOUR JUST IT what you were actually trying to say is "I'm very well educated and have trained barrel horses who went out and done something...." That's being a snobby brat your probably one of those girls when something goes wrong you would go to your parents a cry for another horse I've seen to many people like that and you sound just like them!
    Oh my. Now you've hurt my feelings ......

    I'm going to go cry to my mom now.


    Heh.

    And for your information? I AM A DOCTOR, actually. And that's no joke.

    Idiot.....
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        03-16-2013, 07:09 PM
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    Originally Posted by Kelsie1    
    Wow are you one to talk your the one who thinks YOUR JUST IT what you were actually trying to say is "I'm very well educated and have trained barrel horses who went out and done something...." That's being a snobby brat your probably one of those girls when something goes wrong you would go to your parents a cry for another horse I've seen to many people like that and you sound just like them!
    LOL say what?

    Again, have you seen her horses? Do you know how much work she puts into them? Fart.
         
        03-16-2013, 07:10 PM
      #38
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    'Course you could extend his barrel racing career by switching to a wire tie down. Those are harsher, but futurity riders use them, so then they must be okay because you've seen someone use it once. Im not stupid and for me to look up to you and think you were the best for advice on here ill say I was wrong there
         
        03-16-2013, 07:10 PM
      #39
    Yearling
    Training for over a year and still have that big of a gap? I have no problem with using a tie down correctly, but your not. I will assure you most of the riders on this forum know what their talking about. A tie down will only fix your problem for a short time.

    But to each their own, I mean since we're all idiots anyway.
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        03-16-2013, 07:13 PM
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    I....I just....

    LOL'd
         

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