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    11-14-2009, 12:17 PM
Well jimmy, it is a waste of time and energy trying to speak to people who think they know it all and wont even question thier methods. They actually have no proof or evidence to support anything they themselves have to say, are are clearly happy in thier own little world. AlmagonN -i definitely read that post about your method, but I really don't care; the only reason I ever bothered to reply to any of this is so that others who have no experience would know there is a safer, better and kinder way, enough has been written now for them to make up thier own minds. And mayfieldk, if you don't like the layout of my posts, why bother to read them; they obviously have nothing in them that you don't disagree with anyway-- I am a busy working person and I only have time to do quick posts- I suggest you just ignore them , I 'm sure you do anyway. Anyway, that's it, i'm through.
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    11-14-2009, 12:45 PM
I never posted that, and its obvious because you, nor I, nor anyone else can seem to find anything, anywhere where I have posted that.

And as far as everyone else knowing everything? Take a look at yourself. Get off your high horse- you seem to be the one who knows everything here....

And as far as proof or evidence, mine is in the many horses we have raced and retired, who never were complicated being broken as yearlings. But may I ask, where is YOUR proof or evidence?
    11-14-2009, 10:21 PM
This thread has gone down hill and nothing new to be learned - only arguments.

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