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        06-12-2007, 09:56 PM
      #11
    Foal
    GET HER OFF NOW!!
    Before SHE KILLS HER SELF!!
    THAT HORSE IS TOOO SMALL FOR HER, HER LENGH OF HER STIRRUPS ARE LIKE JOCKEY STYLE, BUY HER SOME CORRECT GEAR!!!
         
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        06-13-2007, 08:34 AM
      #12
    Green Broke
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by ~AUSSIE SHOWJUMPER~
    GET HER OFF NOW!!
    Before SHE KILLS HER SELF!!
    THAT HORSE IS TOOO SMALL FOR HER, HER LENGH OF HER STIRRUPS ARE LIKE JOCKEY STYLE, BUY HER SOME CORRECT GEAR!!!
    Without getting too involved in this topic, I have to remind you to be polite and to not write comments that will upset or offend other members.
    I believe both Mathew and his/her friend will have understood everyones disaproval of the clothing attire worn.

    On another note, I do have to disagree with the statement that the horse is too small for her.
         
        06-14-2007, 03:17 AM
      #13
    Weanling
    Exuse me ~AUSSIE SHOWJUMPER~
    Im sorry for getting involved but I really took offence to that!
    You have no right in the world to say things like that about anyone no matter what circumstances there might be.

    You mean to say just because other people wear different clothes its a bad thing? I ride in bathers (like bather undie things and a bather top) I ride in what ever I like when ever I like. As long as you are confortable that's all that matter's. You ride at your own risk!

    You also have to remember she is sitting while the horse is standing I don't sit sloched but if she wants to she can! The horse isnt moving is it? No.
    Her stirrips look fine for now its not like she is going to have them dressage style and she is learning is she? I've been riding for years now and I have my stirrips up short. But people say I ride short very nicely.

    You can't really critique someone from these pictures. All people are doing is critiquing her clothes and how she is sitting I can't accilly see that she is making an effort because it looks as if she is only having some fun!!

    And all you lot can do is pick on her because of it.
    I really do think you should look at your self before you start picking on other people who are learning.

    I know what some people have said would bring me down about my riding! But one thing that girl has to remember is to not listen to it!

    I teach people to ride.
    And the one thing that people who are learning love to hear is Phrase and positive comments.
         
        06-14-2007, 03:24 AM
      #14
    Weanling
    I forgot to add.

    With the size of this horse/galloway/pony.

    I used to ride a 12.2hh Arab x RP palomino pony I was 14 and I was over 5foot. My feet went past her knee's JUST.
    I had lessons on her for 4 months and you mean to say I was (to big) for her. You would have to believe how strong they are they are stronger then horses.
    Im now 17 and 5'9 and im riding a 14.3hh (a quarter off 15 hh) Galloway.(the horse in my siggy). You also meen to say im to big for him!

    Really if the horse isnt effected with this why do people have to make silly comments! If this girl wants to ride a small pony good luck to her.

    It really dosnt have anything to do with anyone else. And to me the little horse looks quiet happy!

    I think if no1 has nothing nice to say they should keep there nasty/unuseful comments to themself.
         
        06-14-2007, 09:21 AM
      #15
    Foal
    Well from what I see your horse looks great, but I think your stirrups look really short, they could go down like a hole of two. And, I think you should ride in boots and riding jocs, or chaps cause it can be dangerous riding in shoes like that. But other than that not bad =]

    .:Chelsea:.
         
        06-14-2007, 10:31 PM
      #16
    Foal
    GEEZ

    Geez, but I am telling the truth but! If you can't afford to buy the correct gear for you and the horse you shouldn't have one! So what am suppose to do-don't care about her getting hung up in the stirrups-or better yet having bruises from head to toe!
    1. Lengthin her stirrups
    2. Sit up straight
    3. Get some long pants and some sleeves on a shirt
    4. Look happy!

    I know every body has to strat somewhere but maybe, she should get some riding lessons. Thanks for you comments regarding this issue, lighten up

    Cheers mate, hope I didn't offend ANYBODY cause I am just saying what I mean......
         
        06-14-2007, 11:03 PM
      #17
    Weanling
    Re: GEEZ

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by ~AUSSIE SHOWJUMPER~
    Geez, but I am telling the truth but! If you can't afford to buy the correct gear for you and the horse you shouldn't have one! So what am suppose to do-don't care about her getting hung up in the stirrups-or better yet having bruises from head to toe!
    1. Lengthin her stirrups
    2. Sit up straight
    3. Get some long pants and some sleeves on a shirt
    4. Look happy!


    I know every body has to strat somewhere but maybe, she should get some riding lessons. Thanks for you comments regarding this issue, lighten up

    Cheers mate, hope I didn't offend ANYBODY cause I am just saying what I mean......
    1. Lengthin her stirrups - Maybe go down 2 - 3 holes..
    2. Sit up straight - Are you going to explain this?
    3. Get some long pants and some sleeves on a shirt - Critiquizing her riding dosnt mean critiquizing her clothes.
    4. Look happy - Thats got nothing to do with riding.
         
        06-15-2007, 07:44 AM
      #18
    Foal
    All I want to say is a big WELL DONE for gettin on a horse I know plenty of people around her age well the ages she looks that wouldent get on a horse ever but she has with a bit of time and lesson I think she could go real far

    GOOD LUCK HUN

    From paige x
         
        06-15-2007, 07:46 AM
      #19
    Super Moderator
    Hi guys,

    When creating the Critique forum, one concern of ours was that members with conflicting opinions could clash here.

    For the sake of the community, the Horse Forum staff respectfully asks that all posts remain friendly, or at least neutral. There are plenty of ways to express conflicting opinions without creating conflict between members.

    Thank you very much for helping to preserve the atmosphere of the Horse Forum. :)

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