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post #91 of 96 Old 07-01-2009, 01:32 PM Thread Starter
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Fine. And it isn't arising now, he has had these for years. He has the physical ablity to go advanced

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post #92 of 96 Old 07-01-2009, 01:35 PM
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Good luck to you then. Just let your farrier know about the "potential" issues. And enjoy your new horse. I wanna see pix....

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post #93 of 96 Old 07-01-2009, 01:44 PM
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as for the going advanced, if he had the potential, Buck would have bought him... just saying. But good luck with a horse that might go lame in a year or two. For the record- he has NOT gone Prelim successfully as shown by his USEA record and has never competed in a USEA recognized Intermediate horse trial...

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post #94 of 96 Old 07-01-2009, 01:55 PM
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not until yesterday where my vet said that spurs in his hocks and a little ruffing of his nivicular were just coming with his age and him working hard.
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Fine. And it isn't arising now, he has had these for years. He has the physical ablity to go advanced
So he's had it for years but it's just arising now

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post #95 of 96 Old 07-01-2009, 02:56 PM
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Gee guys, I would've given up on this thread many posts back. It's obvious she doens't care to listen to your very well thought out advice, she's going to buy him regardless. So, I say if he goes lame or can't compete to the level she wants him to, that's what she gets, she deserves it. Of course I hope he WILL do well for her, I sure don't wish ill on anyone, but I certainly wouldn't continue to try to advice her, even though I agree with you guys, because she's just going to be rude about it and not care anyhow....
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post #96 of 96 Old 07-01-2009, 03:28 PM
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I think we have given Stormy all the advice she can use (or not use). What she does with our opinions are up to her. I'm sure we all wish her the best of luck and success with her new horse if she does decide to buy him. Aside from that I think this thread can only go down hill. If she does buy him I'm sure we will see another thread of her hopefully enjoying him.

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