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Shorter riding time with TWH due to long backs?

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        01-08-2012, 10:07 PM
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    Originally Posted by bubba13    
    A vet can't look into a crystal ball and see the past, but they can certainly examine the horse for signs of wear and tear.
    A crystal ball? Excellent idea! In fact, I think that I will become a horse psychic. Maybe a pet psychic too. Lots of money in that they say!

    Back to the thread, when I was in college, I made my then boyfriend give me the reins and I led him back to the barn after he jerked the reins so hard that my horse reared with him. He thought I should be mad at the horse. This was the last straw. I traded that boy in for a new model. (The boyfriend, not the horse.)
         
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