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        10-18-2009, 09:06 PM
      #21
    Weanling
    I've also read your other threads and I have to agree that he seems like he would be a good fit for you. Definitely check him out. Personally I love his heavier build, he sure is a handsome boy.
         
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        10-18-2009, 09:28 PM
      #22
    Started
    He is cute .. let us know how it goes when you try him ..

    Just a question- you said your barn doesn't let you jump, do you have a trainer you can work with. I would suggest you learn how to jump before just going and doing it yourself. I know there are a lot of people on here who just do it themselves but it seems like he knows how and it would REALLY benefit both of you if you worked with someone so that you can get down how to do a great job and team up with him jumping. Good luck!
         
        10-18-2009, 11:32 PM
      #23
    Green Broke
    What a cutie! I like him! Around here a good looking horse that can school 3"6 and (assuming he's talented enough to eventually be showing 3"6) and suitable for any rider (if that's true) is worth a heck of a lot more then $4000. In fact, if he was closer i'd snatch him up!
         
        10-19-2009, 01:31 AM
      #24
    Yearling
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    Personally, I think this is the best horse you've posted... and I've seen all of them :)

    He's gorgeous and he has a great form over fences. One of his knees is hanging a bit in the showjumping photo but not so much that I would be worried. Gymnastics would fix that right up. XC looks great.

    You must go see him. I'm looking at him vicariously through you. Haha
    I am so happy you like him!
    I think he has gorgeous form as well! :]
    Yay! Haha, I am super excited to see him!

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    I've also read your other threads and I have to agree that he seems like he would be a good fit for you. Definitely check him out. Personally I love his heavier build, he sure is a handsome boy.
    so far everyone loves him! I will def. Go see him, hopefully this friday! Yes, I like how he has a bit bigger build than a normal tb :)

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    he is cute .. let us know how it goes when you try him ..

    Just a question- you said your barn doesn't let you jump, do you have a trainer you can work with. I would suggest you learn how to jump before just going and doing it yourself. I know there are a lot of people on here who just do it themselves but it seems like he knows how and it would REALLY benefit both of you if you worked with someone so that you can get down how to do a great job and team up with him jumping. Good luck!
    Of course I will let you know how it goes
    My barn does let me jump, but I have to be in a lesson to jump. I can't jump on my own. I think I am going to cancel my lessons with them though, and find a jumping/cross country barn... Yes, I agree that for the first while, I will take jumping lessons with him, because I need to practice proper form over jumps.

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    what a cutie! I like him! Around here a good looking horse that can school 3"6 and (assuming he's talented enough to eventually be showing 3"6) and suitable for any rider (if that's true) is worth a heck of a lot more then $4000. In fact, if he was closer i'd snatch him up!
    Yay! EVERYONE loves him! I totally agree. He is worth alot more than they are asking... and it includes tons of tack :) yayya!
         
        10-19-2009, 01:53 PM
      #25
    Started
    ^ good to know .. till you are older I wouldn't let you jump alone either :)
         
        10-20-2009, 12:29 AM
      #26
    Yearling
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    ^ good to know .. till you are older I wouldn't let you jump alone either :)
    Well.. even if my parents are there?
    I think that's kind of ridiculous, cause how in the world am I supposed to practice? Oh well.. I will be getting my own horse soon, so then I can do fun stuff :)
         
        10-20-2009, 12:59 PM
      #27
    Started
    If you parents take responsibility maybe ... but you have to remember that the barn owner has insurance and you are a liability if something happens.

    Not trying to be mean ... when you are older and have people that you are responsible for it will make sense
         
        10-20-2009, 04:13 PM
      #28
    Started
    I completly agree with eventerdrew. I like him alot and definantly go look at him!!!!! And let us know how it goes.
         
        10-20-2009, 04:30 PM
      #29
    Showing
    I really like him. I think it's a very reasonable price for him. He looks like he's quite the athletic boy. Good catch on the add! I would go take a look at him and see what he's like. I would even consider him for myself!

    Good luck with your horse search
         
        10-20-2009, 05:39 PM
      #30
    Started
    Have you had a chance to go out and ride him? You should take more pics too when you go so we can see them :)
         

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