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post #1 of 240 Old 08-14-2009, 09:07 PM Thread Starter
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Rowdy and my soon to be (mabey) horse

Rowdy, and Spot. Spot is a spoted saddle horse, but she is not spotted. When I sell diamond I am buying her if she is not sold already. She is 3.y.o, adn walk trot, canters in the small arena. Critique if you want:) I have the vest on to hellp my back, and just incase she bucked or anything, but she didnt

Spot

Spot

Spot again(i don't have the vest on now, because my back felt better and I felt safe)

Rowdy and I

Rowdy giving me a hug

HAHA, he was super calm today so I was just having fun

Going around the barrel. He turned SOOO tight on em today it was amazing!

Just playing around

Don't know what happend here

Parking out(excuse me on that pic I look supid)

Anyway. I tried Rowdy in his new bit-Copper twisted wire snaffle, and WOW did he do AWESOME! I will get some vids, I jjst have to upload them
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post #2 of 240 Old 08-14-2009, 09:12 PM
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I really like the looks of Spot. I think you're going to have to get taller though :P you're really stretching in that last picture.


Also...is there a sign on your arena that says "poop"? O.o
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I really like the looks of Spot. I think you're going to have to get taller though :P you're really stretching in that last picture.


Also...is there a sign on your arena that says "poop"? O.o
Judging by the items nearby, I'd bet it's a "pick-up your poop" sign
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Haha. Probably
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post #5 of 240 Old 08-14-2009, 09:19 PM
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Wooo Rowdy is shiny
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post #6 of 240 Old 08-14-2009, 09:20 PM
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She's cute! If you get her, definitely buy her a snaffle too. She's young, she doesn't need such a harsh bit
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Yeah SD it say please pick up your horses POOP lol.
1d3c17r-She usually rides in a sidepull, but the owner told me to ride her in that
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No offense, but at thirteen I don't think you should have the responsibly of owning a three year old...

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^ While I think she is very pretty and is no doubt an awesome little horse I agree.
Plus, if you were wanting to do gaming or jumping she wouldn't be right at all because really, you should wait until she's at least 4 to start those things. Especially with a young rider and a young horse combination. You should definitely keep looking at horses though. I bet there's a really great, and a little bit older horse who'd be perfect for you once Diamond gets sold.

Good luck with whatever you decide.
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post #10 of 240 Old 08-15-2009, 08:23 AM
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Morgan, with your reins as tight as you keep them, why in the world are you using a twisted wire bit?

As for the spotted walking horse. Personally I think that is the wrong horse for you considering his age, your experience, and what you want to do with him.

Incidentally, I don't believe the vest is useful as a back support. It is an excellent idea to use as protection while practicing but there is better equipment for back problems.

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