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post #1 of 13 Old 05-06-2010, 09:22 PM Thread Starter
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tell me whats wrong with this pic?

DreamHorse.com Horse ID: 1545335 - Diego

I am looking at horses and came across this new AD

And what I spotted was two horses going over 1 single verticle. Does this not look dangerous? I know that in Steeple chase they do this but does this not look safe and for a sale ad?
Not only that but the girl is seriously sitting on the horses back and not two-pointing or is a little and not much and her toes are horrid.
and hes not any better.
Am I right or wrong?
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post #2 of 13 Old 05-06-2010, 09:43 PM
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That and she's more concerned with looking at the person next to her than where she's going! People make me wonder sometimes...
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That and she's more concerned with looking at the person next to her than where she's going! People make me wonder sometimes...
I agree.

I wouldn't be concerned about the person next to her Id be more concerned about presenting myself as a seller.
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post #4 of 13 Old 05-06-2010, 09:48 PM
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Do people just have this obsession with pointing out the ridiculous flaws of others?

No, to be perfectly blunt, I don't see a single thing wrong with it. You see it CONSTANTLY. I see a well trained horse for sale, not a random stranger on the internet begging to be picked apart by someone with nothing better to do.

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Do people just have this obsession with pointing out the ridiculous flaws of others?

No, to be perfectly blunt, I don't see a single thing wrong with it. You see it CONSTANTLY. I see a well trained horse for sale, not a random stranger on the internet begging to be picked apart by someone with nothing better to do.

Please only request critique of yourself or your horses!

Well put, to each there own! its about the horse not the rider, there just having fun, and that is want this sport is all about.
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You're wrong. I don't see anything wrong with the ad, the people, or the horses. I don't know why it is necessary to even start a thread on something like that. There are so many more important things to worry about.

I've spent most my life riding horses...the rest i've just wasted.
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Seriously? I thought this was a joke at first....why do people insist on picking apart everything everyone else does just to make themselves look better?!
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Ok... Sorry! I posted it I wasn't trying to be mean or anything I thought this was dangerous. I am sorry for posting it i will not post something like this again I have asked a MOD to delet it and hopefully it will be deleted. I am sorry.

But I do agree I shouldn't of posted it.
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It's okay:) I've started some pretty stupid threads myself :/
I do think it's dangerous, though, but only for certain horses. Other horses are perfectly fine with things like that....just depends on the horse!
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Thank-you for forgiving me :)
I didn't want to get anyone mad at me all I wanted was opinions but I got them and well its ok! :)
I guess we all learn and all do stuff thats not ok at times.
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