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post #31 of 46 Old 01-20-2013, 11:49 PM
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Horses do not run thru fences because they are dumb.

If you dislike this poor horse so much, why don't you just re-home her to someone who will love her? Have you ever had her eyes checked??
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post #32 of 46 Old 01-20-2013, 11:54 PM Thread Starter
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The horse has seen a VEt. there is nothing wrong with her eyes ,AS i have stated Before.
I never said I disliked the horse, and how do you know how I take care of my animals. pretty rude of you to assume I hate the horse, and dont take care of her. I did not breed the horse, and use her as an example of how things can go Wrong NO MATTER the lineage. GEt it>
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post #33 of 46 Old 01-21-2013, 12:00 AM
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You keep on saying she is a dumb horse, it seemed to me you did not think much of the horse for saying that. And, for what its worth, you did state in one of your posts that you were not going to have the vet look at the horse and the horse was in pain (post # 26).... what am I to make of that? Nevermind. I just find it odd anyone would think a horse is dumb because it may have health issues that cause it to stumble/fall often.

I never said you hated the horse. And where did I say that you don't take care of her? Geez.
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so, the ex owner of this mare and I email each other. she goes on and on how she lost the mare, how it broke it her heart and how excited she is to have found the mare . So to make sure the horse wont be going back t oa breeding situation , I ask her questions. where is she located ? does she plan on breeding her , how many horses does she have, she wants to know what happened to the foal that was on the mare when she gave the mare away, i give her the info I have, she gets an attitude, goes off on how she is trained this way and that way for riding horses or such, how the Prince of Saudi and his son are going to buy AI semen from the stallion that was foaled out of this mare in 2003, that she has never checked for that CA disease, but will be doing so NOW, so I email her back and ask again , what are you plans for the mare if I let you have her back .. She does not reply. Wierd, if she was so heart broken over the mare, seems to me she would want the mare back even if she could not use her for breeding.. Anyone ever hear of Shamamai arabians?
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post #35 of 46 Old 01-21-2013, 03:40 PM
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You keep on saying she is a dumb horse, it seemed to me you did not think much of the horse for saying that.
I call one of my cats dumb all the time. And I believe he truly is dumber than my other cat. He's still a wonderful cat (luckily he's a friendly stupid), but if I dumped the two of them on the street tomorrow, the smarter one could figure out how to take care of herself and the dumb one would just follow people around until someone took pity on him or he starved. Saying that an animal is dumb doesn't mean you don't like them or take care of them.

She's likely not in pain from the swayback- it's a very dramatic looking condition but is not painful for the horse and they can even be ridden if you can find a saddle that fits them (because a poorly fitting saddle will still hurt them, even if the swayback itself doesn't!) The Truth about Horse Swaybacks
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Its Shamai I think.
The mare has two registered offspring, both stallions, neither of them has registered offspring.....
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I saw that site, got the name wrong.. lol ..shamai ..
I dont think that she is getting this mare back. she has not given me any answers as to what and why etc.. if she misses the mare so much ,and wanted her back before i said.. no breeding her because she is 17 yrs old now, and has tehy tumors on her side, inside leg, on a teat and her head. she wont tell me where her ranch is. Taft is pretty spread out , and the address I see for her is in the town not a horse property..
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Its Shamai I think.
The mare has two registered offspring, both stallions, neither of them has registered offspring.....
She has 3 listed on AllBreedPedigree (plus a 4th that appears to be a duplicate). All of their names start with Shamai, so you can be pretty sure the breeder who wants her back produced all 3. If she already has one unregistered get from this mare, odds are not being able to register won't stop her from breeding again if that is her intent
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That's on allbreed? I had AHA checked. Two are registered with AHA.
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Here's the progeny report from ABP: Princess Talesis Arabian

As always, it's not necessarily the most reliable source for information, but can be useful when you don't have access to registry info. I figured you must have checked the registry
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