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        02-05-2009, 12:42 AM
      #21
    Foal
    Always get a bill of sale. Do NOT rely on the registration papers as a bill of sale, because some states do NOT recognize registration papers as a bill of sale.
         
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        02-05-2009, 12:47 AM
      #22
    Foal
    I did get the bill of sale finally. So now she is all mine. I'm so happy! Thank you everyone for your help.
         
        02-05-2009, 12:52 AM
      #23
    Foal
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Spyder    
    Possible registration options.

    I uploaded some full shots of her on my profile album. Feel free to take a look and let me know what you think.
         
        02-05-2009, 06:23 AM
      #24
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    Originally Posted by eclecticstar    
    I uploaded some full shots of her on my profile album. Feel free to take a look and let me know what you think.

    Your best options to have papers for her are the PHR or AWS but I would put a lot more weight and muscle on her if you go the AWS route.

    PHR | Performance Horse Registry

    American Warmblood Society:
         
        02-05-2009, 07:38 AM
      #25
    Foal
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Spyder    
    Your best options to have papers for her are the PHR or AWS but I would put a lot more weight and muscle on her if you go the AWS route.

    PHR | Performance Horse Registry

    American Warmblood Society:
    Thank you very much. I completely agree with her weight and I am working on it. I just now got her to start cantering on lunge line and have got her up to a half hour of lunging. She sat in a stall for a year with no pasture turnout and no work being done with her at all. So, I wanted to take it slow and make sure she didn't get hurt/sick. I've only had her two months. Plus, her feet were messed up because they didn't have a farrier work on her for four years. Her left rear foot was really, really bad. However, she is doing a ton better. She is even letting me mount her and walk around on her in the arena. Even trotted a few steps on Tuesday afternoon. I was so happy. Tons of progress in only eight weeks! Her body has changed quite a bit already (for the good/more muscle and weight). I'm so excited to see the horse she progresses to. My first lesson with a trainer is today.

    Have a great day.
         
        02-05-2009, 08:19 AM
      #26
    Showing
    I''m glad you got the bill of sale straightened out. I've found that it is better if money changes hands instead of being free. That gives "consideration" to the sale. When I've been given a free horse, I make a bill of sale for $1.00. An attorney friend of mine taught me that years ago.

    As for the way you are bringing her along, it sounds like you are doing it the right way, nice and slow. What are you feeding her and what quantity? Have you had her teeth checked? If she was neglected for as long as you suggest, I'm thinking no dental work or worming was done. You will be surprised how much she will improve with her teeth floated - and reduce her pain. It will also curtail any problems that may develop with being bitted.
         
        02-05-2009, 12:33 PM
      #27
    Foal
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by iridehorses    
    I''m glad you got the bill of sale straightened out. I've found that it is better if money changes hands instead of being free. That gives "consideration" to the sale. When I've been given a free horse, I make a bill of sale for $1.00. An attorney friend of mine taught me that years ago.

    As for the way you are bringing her along, it sounds like you are doing it the right way, nice and slow. What are you feeding her and what quantity? Have you had her teeth checked? If she was neglected for as long as you suggest, I'm thinking no dental work or worming was done. You will be surprised how much she will improve with her teeth floated - and reduce her pain. It will also curtail any problems that may develop with being bitted.
    Thank you for the info on $1 on the bill of sale. That actually makes sense to me.

    I had a complete vet check done and they said her teeth were fine. Plus, she lets me pull her mouth open and lets me feel around in there and I haven't felt/seen anything and she doesn't wince or pull back like anything is painful. However, I do plan on having another vet check done at the six month mark to see if I need to adjust anything (including some blood work). I have wormed her since I brought her home and her poop looks and smells normal. She is being fed grass hay 3 times a day, vitamins correct for her weight, grain, and some rice bran. Before I started feeding the rice bran, she wasn't having any spunk. After I started feeding the rice bran, she started having spunk when I lunged her. She doesn't play at all when I lunge her and it really makes me sad. I don't want her to be wild and crazy or hot but I want her to have fun and not think it is all boring. She is starting to now. At least now she holds her tail up and is more alert. She definitely loves when I come out. When she is out to pasture and sees my car, she comes running up to the gate and waits or if she is in the stall, she whines if I don't greet her. I love it! She takes the bit wonderfully. Doesn't fight at all. Eventually I will put her in a side pull/bitless bridle but I want both of us to lean the technical stuff first. We both have a lot of learning to do.

    She loves her treats though. She holds up her right front leg as if saying "Please" and tucks her head in, batting her eyes. It is so adorable. On Tuesday, I had set her apple on the can next to the tack room door and I was going to take her for a walk after lunging. Barn rules are that we close the tack room door before we go for walks. So, I led her over there to close the door, forgetting the apple was there. Well, she sure saw it and took a bite of the apple. The way she did it was so cute that I couldn't scold her. She took the huge bite (I buy the big, tasty ones for her-yeah, she's spoiled already) but had the bit in her mouth, so the piece of apple wouldn't fit and she had to "spit" it out. I heald out my hand to help her with it and she puts it in my hand and takes a smaller bite. I put the rest of it on the can again, since it wasn't time for her to have it anyway, and let her have the smaller piece. It was so cute. Maybe won't be next time but I sure laughed this time. She has personnality and I want her to show it in all aspects of training and riding. I hope she does.

    Wow! Can you tell I love talking about her. I'll quit now. Lol
         
        06-09-2009, 11:55 AM
      #28
    Foal
    bill of sale

    I have a blank bill of sale I keep for when I purchase a horse. If you want you can email me and I can send you a copy to print.
         

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