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        02-26-2013, 06:45 PM
      #91
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    Know that feeling all too well. Spighi is the most difficult horse that I have owned, sensitive, anxious little thing he is.
    Not to mention how broke I currently am, definitely no silver platter hovering near me!
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        02-26-2013, 06:46 PM
      #92
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    My friend is bringing her WD QH to the barn soon. I am stealing her saddle and transforming Ro into a reiner. Since apparently if the horse fits in the tack its automatically a world class reiner/dressage horse/jumper/hay burner.
    Then I'll compete and whine about the QH snobs and why aren't Swedish Warmbloods scored well in reining. Or maybe I'll hook him up to a cart...
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        02-26-2013, 06:51 PM
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    Know that feeling all too well. Spighi is the most difficult horse that I have owned, sensitive, anxious little thing he is.
    Not to mention how broke I currently am, definitely no silver platter hovering near me!
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    gypsy isnt anxious, but she's very very sensitive. If you don't ride her just right she will let you know very dramatically =D aka I break my arm lol

    There is a lady at my barn who thinks that gypsy going well just happens. She doesnt understand that I WORK her 6 days a week, I don't just ride around randomly...so annoying !
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