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        06-11-2013, 07:21 AM
      #21
    Trained
    If you have time to post on here, you have time to research lessons. We ALL have lives, that include jobs, houses to keep up and errands to run, but many of us find time for our horses.

    You really don't seem to "hear" a thing we say, and seem determined to just go your merry way with your mare regardless of her condition, etc. It is getting old. I, for one, am beginning to feel like I am beating my head against a wall.
         
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        06-11-2013, 08:37 AM
      #22
    Trained
    No professional trainer will take in and break out a horse that's in poor condition like your filly is. They will send you home, say feed her, and bring her back when she's at a proper weight.
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        06-11-2013, 11:02 AM
      #23
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    Originally Posted by franknbeans    
    If you have time to post on here, you have time to research lessons. We ALL have lives, that include jobs, houses to keep up and errands to run, but many of us find time for our horses.

    You really don't seem to "hear" a thing we say, and seem determined to just go your merry way with your mare regardless of her condition, etc. It is getting old. I, for one, am beginning to feel like I am beating my head against a wall.
    Lord no I am listening to you and everyone else on the forum.My horse has to be at least 600-650lbs and she is in between 500-550 so she's 100lbs underweight.I am going to call around to try and find her some quality hay.When a person has a young horse they have their hands full especially a filly.She had her first cycle March 18, 2013 and stayed in heat for a week.I thought she came in yesterday but she didn't she might be getting ready to come in because she was squatting when she urinated.The reason I didn't mention her heat cycle was because there is men on the forum and they don't like to hear things like that.I've got it marked on the calendar.I am taking the advice to heart because horses are new to me have been for 2 1/2 years.I love horses I thought they behaved good and I learned that sometimes they don't they can kill you.Thank you guys for the advice I can't thank you enough!
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        06-11-2013, 11:14 AM
      #24
    Yearling
    1, most men here have horses and a mares cycle is a fact of life. Im sure they don't feel delicate about it.

    2, can you ride? If not, why bother breaking a young, skinny horse that you can't even ride?

    3, I agree if you can post here you can squeeze in time for lessons. I have 2 kids, cats, dogs, and I am usually taking college courses. Oh, and horses too...and if I can find time for lessons, so can you.

    4, someone is feedin you a load of nonsense, and you're eating it up. Read, read and read some more. The internet may not be the most reliable source of info, but a lot of the sticky posts here are a great way to learn.

    PrincessBarbie, no offense, but you scare me just a little bit.
         
        06-11-2013, 11:19 AM
      #25
    Trained
    I am waiting for the "maybe she is preggo" post......just waiting........:-/
         
        06-11-2013, 03:35 PM
      #26
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    Originally Posted by PrincessBarbie    
    Lord no I am listening to you and everyone else on the forum.My horse has to be at least 600-650lbs and she is in between 500-550 so she's 100lbs underweight.

    How did you judge her current weight?

    I am going to call around to try and find her some quality hay.When a person has a young horse they have their hands full especially a filly.

    Who told you a filly was harder to handle than a colt?

    She had her first cycle March 18, 2013 and stayed in heat for a week.I thought she came in yesterday but she didn't she might be getting ready to come in because she was squatting when she urinated.

    Most mare do squat when urinating.

    The reason I didn't mention her heat cycle was because there is men on the forum and they don't like to hear things like that.

    There are millions of men across the world, who have mares, check their vulvas, handle breedings some even have wives and know women have periods. Any man who reads these forums knows all about anything we might talk about, so don't worry.

    I've got it marked on the calendar.I am taking the advice to heart because horses are new to me have been for 2 1/2 years.I love horses I thought they behaved good and I learned that sometimes they don't they can kill you.Thank you guys for the advice I can't thank you enough!

    I am glad that you are listening to those who have offered advice here, but after 2 1/2 years in horses, it does worry me a little that you are not a little more educated. Has someone been advising you locally? If so, I'm tending to think that they are not particularly knowledgeable themselves. Did someone help you choose your filly? Go with you to purchase her?

    I AM glad you have come here with your questions. Lots of knowledgeable people to help you.
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        06-12-2013, 01:39 PM
      #27
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    You taught me something new I didn't know that most mares squat when urinating.I thought the only time they squat is when the are in season.I am not going to let Sedrick the mule get with her because 1)She needs to gain more weight and make sure she is in healthy condition before having a foal,2) She has to be full grown.I have different plans for my horse.I am going to breed her to a high dollar Tennessee Walker one that is gentle and one that has championship bloodline later on.I will answer your questions when I get to a computer someone had stole my computer that I had.I am going to get me a brand new one.Thank you for the advice
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        06-12-2013, 02:13 PM
      #28
    Trained
    At this point the farthest thing from your thoughts should be breeding this poor little thing. Again I beg you. Please move to a place where there are knowledgeable folks to help you, if you really want what is best for your horse.
         
        06-12-2013, 02:23 PM
      #29
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by PrincessBarbie    
    You taught me something new I didn't know that most mares squat when urinating.I thought the only time they squat is when the are in season.I am not going to let Sedrick the mule get with her because 1)She needs to gain more weight and make sure she is in healthy condition before having a foal,2) She has to be full grown.I have different plans for my horse.I am going to breed her to a high dollar Tennessee Walker one that is gentle and one that has championship bloodline later on.I will answer your questions when I get to a computer someone had stole my computer that I had.I am going to get me a brand new one.Thank you for the advice
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    What part of VA are in you in? I can definitely recommend some places for you. Trainers and barns who are knowledgable and can help you with all your horse endeavors
         
        06-12-2013, 02:23 PM
      #30
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by PrincessBarbie    
    You taught me something new I didn't know that most mares squat when urinating.I thought the only time they squat is when the are in season.I am not going to let Sedrick the mule get with her because 1)She needs to gain more weight and make sure she is in healthy condition before having a foal,2) She has to be full grown.I have different plans for my horse.I am going to breed her to a high dollar Tennessee Walker one that is gentle and one that has championship bloodline later on.I will answer your questions when I get to a computer someone had stole my computer that I had.I am going to get me a brand new one.Thank you for the advice
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    Why in the world are you even fantasizing about breeding this poor, hungry looking animal? You say you don't have time for lessons. You feed her hardly any hay, and you're "learning", Which is great, but its At Your Horses Expense!

    Inexperienced people like you..and I for that matter....SHOULD NOT BE BREEDING. And that horse would probably die if she was bred in her condition. If you don't have time for lessons or mare care, how would you have time for ensuring a healthy foal?!

    I am very afraid for your horse. **** thing deserves a serious break in life....
         

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