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        04-22-2007, 12:45 AM
      #31
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    [img][img]http://www.horseforum.com/userpix/577_4085189224_3.jpg[/img

    Both seabiscuit and smarty jones where/ are both short and stocky tb's, not every tb is built sleek and tall, as for the tatoo it can be looked up on the net.

    And yes rach you have offended me
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    But since I'm from Australia it might be different to the way you guys do stuff in the uk. I STILL THINK IT IS A BIT CRUEL. Now I don't want to offend anyone saying this because it is MY opinion.

    If you have no knowlage of any types of clipping you should not judge let alone keep posting how cruel it is....yes it is your opinion WHICH CAN BE KEPT TO YOUR SELF...i alway clipped my horse when needed and didn't not find it cruel at all
         
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        04-22-2007, 06:23 AM
      #32
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    Ok.
    I do know clippings, I have knowledge on them so I can put in a opinion and know that SOME aren't cruel but the one in the photo looks cruel. I even told my instructor and she said it isn't really healthy unless it's a hard working horse.

    I do not want to keep posting these things. I am getting sick of it but people keep replying. So if you don't want me to say anything else then I won't but please don't keep telling me after this.
         
        04-23-2007, 02:14 AM
      #33
    Foal
    Ok ummm rachhorseluver4whatever....ummm you might have looked up a few clippings online, but just use some common sense and just stop and think about what you are saying... how could clipping a horse be cruel or "unhealthy".....what???!!!! It only aids the cooling process during streneous labor. I'm not trying to be rude or mean, but if you did research, and just think about what you are posting, then you wouldn't be apologizing to everyone b/c you are wrong.
         
        04-23-2007, 02:57 AM
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    Originally Posted by *Mary Jane*
    ok ummm rachhorseluver4whatever....ummm you might have looked up a few clippings online, but just use some common sense and just stop and think about what you are saying... how could clipping a horse be cruel or "unhealthy".....what???!!!! It only aids the cooling process during streneous labor. I'm not trying to be rude or mean, but if you did research, and just think about what you are posting, then you wouldn't be apologizing to everyone b/c you are wrong.

    I KNOW CLIPPING ISN"T MEAN OR CRUEL.
    But the one in the photo looks like it to me!
         
        04-23-2007, 03:12 AM
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    I KNOW CLIPPING ISN"T MEAN OR CRUEL.
    But the one in the photo looks like it to me!
    how does look cruel and why are you contradicting your self/
         
        04-23-2007, 03:28 AM
      #36
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    Huh?
    I don't understand what your saying.
    I'm not being sarcastic.
         
        04-23-2007, 08:06 AM
      #37
    Weanling
    Look can we all just drop this? Ok she thinks it looks cruel we don't think its cruel ok now then drop it.

    I have ran into people who think riding a horse is cruel I don't think it is we argued a little and dropped it because no matter how hard you try the other person will think its right because that's there opinion.
         
        04-23-2007, 10:31 AM
      #38
    Foal
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    Originally Posted by Rachluvshorses4eva
    Huh?
    I don't understand what your saying.
    I'm not being sarcastic.

    Ok....how do you not understand that?!?! Do you not know what the word "contradicting" means? B/c that is the only thing I could think of...

    Maybe all of this could be dropped if she could actually look up a few clipping styles via web and learn that clippings actually are an advantage in some cases and not the least bit cruel
         
        04-23-2007, 06:54 PM
      #39
    Yearling
    I agree with Jr lover, could this argument please be dropped? Everyone is intitled to their own opinion, but please be careful about what you say and accuse others of, I don't think it's right to just accuse somebody of being cruel when you don't even know what the clips are. If you ask, I'm sure someone will tell you more about clips and you can find information on the internet.
         
        04-23-2007, 10:05 PM
      #40
    Weanling
    yes please just drop it. Ask around it really isn't cruel I know that's what you think but I mean I guess that's what you think. This is really nothing to argue over she doesn't like it so I guess that's just one more person that wont clip their horse big deal. Lots of show people do it and you still can do it if you do it and believe that its actually not cruel. Really it doesn't matter no matter what she just wont clip her horse is all. Ok that's done with anyway.....

    So I still don't know about the breed thing I think you should try and find a site though and see if you can figure out more about this horse by its numbers look around maybe ask some people and see. Good luck with figuring out the breed.
         

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