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        11-06-2012, 10:20 PM
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    Foal
    need help:)

    OK we have a mare that we have had for about 4 months she is going to the vet on mon to be preg tested I'am thinking and so are others she I pregnant. WELL I rode her on monday and she was really acting up throwing her head tossing around and I kept trying to spin her around and she was not having it. So I have had her listed online because she makes me nervous when she starts her nonsense so I had 2 people that wanted to look at her the first people that came out VERY smart loved her and the lady's opinion on her was she is broke broke broke but stubborn but she thought she was pregnant and doesn't want to deal with a foal. So she passed until I found out but she rode her with a hackamore and did perfect!!! I was like wth is this horse doing acting so well! Then the 2nd guy showed up I knew the minute I saw him I wasn't going to sell to him he had kill buyer written all over him. Well He got on her hopped off and said oh her stifle is out? She is a lame horse that's going to cost you thousand's of dollars to fix I will give you 50.00 I wanted to punch the guy in the face. But when he rode her she was perfect again Iam like ok she hates me but she did have a limp and she had one on monday but I thought she kicked something so now I feel awful! That she is in pain! Then the guy told me that when lard asses are on her it causes lot's of pain! Good thing my husband was there because he told him to get the F*$@ off the property. I was ticked but anyways if he has something out would that cause the problem o her not wanting to turn or anything? I just don't know just waiting till monday which I can't stand! Any ideas I know this is a rambling post but iam just crazy tonight!
         
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        11-06-2012, 10:26 PM
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    Green Broke
    Yes something being out could very well cause her to be edgey and not want to turn. Have your vet check her over and if necessary get a chiro out.
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        11-06-2012, 10:29 PM
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    Yearling
    If she is seeing a vet anyway, get them to do a once over. Considering your selling her this could help, if there is nothing wrong.
         
        11-06-2012, 10:32 PM
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    Trained
    I tried to read this, but stopped after a few lines. Sentences with periods and capitals are your friends.
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        11-06-2012, 10:33 PM
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    Foal
    Thats another problem I don't want to sell her now:) if this is a minor fix and not a crazy horse I would be so happy! Because otherwise she I perfect!
         
        11-06-2012, 10:39 PM
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    Yearling
    I only new of one horse with a stifle problem and it took a year to heal. So I can't help in that department.
         

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