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Is my kid too big for this pony??

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        06-18-2014, 06:57 PM
    Sorry, but we all grow up sometime as intended and your daughter is far out of proportion to the pony. I think it is very obvious that she needs to move up.
    I know she will miss her, but in time she will realize it was a necessary step.

    My best to all three of you.
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        06-22-2014, 12:22 AM
    Darn ponies, we always outgrow them :(
    I had a gelding that I leased and I adored him. The process will be easier for you both since he'll stay on the same property. The horse I leased was sold out from under me, so it was so hard to adapt to a new horse when he wasn't there to still love on.
    The right lease will come along! If not, maybe you'll be ready to buy. If you and/or the trainer are on Facebook, there are SO many good groups for that kind of thing. Both leasing and selling.
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