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post #1 of 8 Old 11-05-2012, 10:47 PM Thread Starter
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TB's Jump High Too!

The first image is 4'0". Second is 3'6". Third and Fourth are also 4'0".
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post #2 of 8 Old 11-05-2012, 10:48 PM Thread Starter
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Sorry! they loaded in a different order than i put the description. LOL

First 3 are 4'0".
Last one is 3'6".

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Is that you on the horse jumping? If you think it's too high (according to your post) you can always jump lower.

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whoa, haha, good job! You guys look awesome!
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Is that you on the horse jumping? If you think it's too high (according to your post) you can always jump lower.
Yes that is me. And he jumps 6'0" free jump. 4'3" is the highest course ive ever jumped on him. we dont do it alot, but 4'0" is what his old owner has jumped him at as well :)

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You look really good
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Is that you on the horse jumping? If you think it's too high (according to your post) you can always jump lower.
The OP didn't say it was too high, she said TB's can jump high too, as in "as well." =]

4' is too high for me, but I don't do much jumping. Laugh. After my older mare passes and I start looking into another horse, I'd like a TB. I love my Paint and QH, but I still have a fondness for the "hotter" breeds. Plus, TB's just look **** good. =P
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Thanks guys! and @ Riccil0ve welllllll i know his brother is still for sale, if you want him. hahaha :)
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