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post #51 of 56 Old 07-01-2010, 01:29 PM
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haha nope and it wont either most arab people (including myself) are disqusted how these "hunters" move particularly in the qh world lol.

The arab people are a different lot entirely and they have some strange concepts in different areas.
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post #52 of 56 Old 07-01-2010, 07:34 PM
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I feel the same way. I don't know what's happened to the show world.
I had a lesson yesterday on a WP/HUS horse, and it was nothing like riding a normal horse. He walked so slow I thought he would halt at any moment and his lope was slow and choppy. Plus he had the lowest headset of any horse I've ever ridden. I will say that his trot was super comfy. He was also trained to do a spur stop, which I've never had experience with before. I couldn't believe how different it was from everything I've been taught previously.

But I agree. I don't care for the "modern" HUS. I hope it's just a passing trend.

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I don't really care what show it's at, an HUS horse shoudl look ready to jump, not trip over it's own feet.
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I don't get it either(how these people even have the balls to call it HUS, or how they even consider these horses collected). But I come from a different forum... so im to chicken to speak my mind lol
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I don't get it either(how these people even have the balls to call it HUS, or how they even consider these horses collected). But I come from a different forum... so im to chicken to speak my mind lol
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Just go ahead. Most of us are pretty bold here.
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Trust me, there are some pretty blunt people. I used to think them to be rude...But now I'm one of them.
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