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post #121 of 121 Old 03-29-2012, 09:37 PM Thread Starter
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Originally posted by AmazinCaucasin

I think what you mean is, I should cooperate and let you critique my work. That's fine. But I'll critique yours too.
No sir, that's not what I meant. I asked you if you had it to do over again, what might you change. You said, "Nothing".

The salient point is, a significant milestone in ones career is the ability to self critique; to look at our own work, recognize areas of improvement and act on those observations. Peer review helps us to develop that ability.

I just feel like you're trying to say I did something wrong, and I didn't. The pics I posted are my buddy's horse I'm riding, and he doesn't need anything fancy. It's a good shoe job, that's all.
I can't take responsibility for what another "feels" nor did I suggest you did anything wrong. I simply asked what you might do different. I will offer that there is always room for improvement. Always.

I work on lots of horses that don't "need anything fancy". Every one of those horses get the very best possible work I am capable of delivering on that day.

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