Then YOU Pointed out ME. "YOU have to be the one responsible for you're horse and know when enough is enough and to respect that boundary." You, also are like talking to a brick wall.
My post was directed at "YOU" meaning any owner of any horse. Period.
You presume to think that everything has been about you and your horse. You came into the thread with a bad attitude and very sarcastic. I will say that I'm probably one of the most sarcastic people on the whole forum, but you dear aren't being funny sarcastic, you are thinking everything is about you and you're dead wrong.
I think it's important to ask also are you trying to take her to the NFR or go pro on her or were you looking to do local barrel racing? I once had a paint gelding that had horrible confirmation..... but he turned out to be a nice playday horse. :)
If you would have taken the time to pay attention to the OP you would have seen that she had already posted her hopes for the horse, and the fact that if she did well on him she would like to climb the ranks.
I had mine vet checked... He gave me the okay....but I'm sure I will get he wasn't a good enough vet then.
Again here, you assumed I was talking about you when I wasn't. Yes, I quoted you but my answer was directed at the OP, you know, the person who started the thread, that we are answering.
I am responsible for my horse. He is well taken care of and we do playdays for fun. . . walk...trot...I do not run the crap out of my horse. He tears it up in the pasture harder than I would ever think of pushing him. MY vet told me it is better to have him out exercising and staying healthy than doing nothing with him. Maybe I should stall him so he can't tear it up in the pasture either. But thank you for the input. :)
Where exactly did I tell you what you should do with your horse for you to come back and say that you should stall him? Where did I say that you don't take care of your horse? Please stop trying to start an argument in the thread and use sarcasm to hide behind because you can't come up with relevant things to say besides acting like a child.