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        06-30-2013, 08:37 PM
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    I doubt it. They just look unattended. No heel and long, slipper feet.

    Lizzie
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        06-30-2013, 09:26 PM
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    Ya I have posted it quite a few times lol. I like to see ALL things people might think. Not just the people who are on one website. I've actually learned a lot by it. Specially sense some people don't answer them too.
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        06-30-2013, 09:36 PM
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    I doubt it. They just look unattended. No heel and long, slipper feet.

    Lizzie
    Yes they are. We are having a farrier come out Wednesday. We have only had them for a week. And the place we got them from they lived in a big pile of crap. It was around 4inch of cow and horse feces. Disgusting it was. Their stall was just as bad. And they were in that for 3yrs. And they rode them for maybe a week and then never again. They were both free horses due to the lack of time and care they gave them. You can't see it from the pic but they have millions of bug bites. Specially under chest and under cheek bones.

    I have been working with their water fear so I can give them a bath but the one is deathly scared of being tied up (i'm working on that) and their fear of fly spray. Being neglected they aren't the best trained horses but I am working so they will be!:)
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        06-30-2013, 09:42 PM
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    I will bet, that across many forums, the answers and thoughts you would receive, will be almost identical. This especially, since (note spelling) many belong to several forums and will have read your message, many times.

    What are your plans for this mare?

    Lizzie
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        06-30-2013, 10:05 PM
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    Originally Posted by FeatheredFeet    
    I will bet, that across many forums, the answers and thoughts you would receive, will be almost identical. This especially, since (note spelling) many belong to several forums and will have read your message, many times.

    What are your plans for this mare?

    Lizzie
    My plan is once everything like vet check and feet, and water problems are done I want to work her into a horse that is handled daily. And whom can become more confident in herself and others around her. I plan on making her more independent from the other horse and next year I want to do 4H with her. I want to take her on long trail rides. There is a trail by me that is 25 miles long and you can camp there with your horse! I want to be able to do anything with her. She is the sweetest thing and I want her to be happy!

    And to the previous comment of her being moved around. Her previous owner was a family friend. The got them from someone who had them for at least 6yrs. Because the family friend said before they got them they said she had about 5 or 6yrs. So not sure how long they had them for before that. And not sure before the family friend got them on the vet deal but I know they never vet checked or have done their feet before. Which is very weird because both of them let me pick up and mess with their feet no problem!
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        06-30-2013, 10:22 PM
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    Given her past, I'm so glad you have lots of good plans for her. It sounds as though she will be a keeper and she deserves no less.

    Lizzie
         
        06-30-2013, 10:31 PM
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    Thank you. I really think she is a good horse. Specially after being treated poorly. I feel like we have some weird freaky connection lol. I hope one day that we will be riding brideless and saddleless!
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        06-30-2013, 10:50 PM
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    I have no doubt that you will. Just don't push her along too fast. She has a lot of catching up to do. You will find Saddlebreds, absolutely adore their owners. True velcro horses.

    You must keep us posted.

    Lizzie
         
        07-01-2013, 01:11 AM
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    I'm sticking to Saddlebred.
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        09-02-2013, 06:54 PM
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    *Update* she has been doing very good. I have had her for two months and I am able to ride her in the corral without a saddle and bridle. I am only using feet and voice cues. She has been doing very well! Got her hooves all nice and pretty. Soft fur and she is doing very well! We trust each other like mad.
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