It worries me that this is our next generation *sigh*
Seriously if your first language is English and you are 17 and not able to know the difference between bye and buy. You should be spending your money on a tutor, not breeding your horse.
Save your money, get a tutor, learn how to spell. Learn how to contribute something more to society. Then talk about breeding.
well let me repeat in detail of what I said before: I HAVE TROUBLE SPELLING AND READING! It is not something I can just stop or fix to stop your hate. Spell check does help but sometimes I forget. You can't change the world my friend. And spelling has nothing to do with breeding horses or training them or anything to do with raising a foal!
And if you come onto a forum going "what should I name my foal?" sounding like a 6 year old child. Well. You are bound to get ripped to shreds and you obviously still have a lot to learn.
On that note I walk away. This is just stupid.
just because I ask 'what should I name horse?' does not mean I am acting like a 6 year old! I will be with the horse for a long time and I want to choose a name that I will like.
I still find it interesting that you say your 17 but you have poor spelling and punctuation...In my high school, if you have poor punctuation and spelling they just through your paper away and give you a zero on the assignment/test/quiz.
again, I can't help the fact that I can't spell.
In general, why don't you people tell me more about foals (an addition to what I know) rather than telling me that I can't spell, know nothing and I am acting like a child. Be mature.
I might be a new person on this forum but that doesnt mean I am new to horses. I have had horses all my life. I have seen and delt with the kindest horses and the horses that are set out to kill you. I have done showing with horses and miniature horses. I want to breed Glory because, as I have said, I want to see my mare have a foal, see it grow up, and train it to be the best horse this world has ever seen! When I got glory, I was told that she could do everything, but it turns out she couldnt do anything. I was the one to break her. She is now the ultimate trail horse and friend. The stallion I will be breeding her with has the same kind temperament- a big Love. I have met the stallion and the foal will definitely be a cuttle bug! At the barn I work at there is a foal that I have watched grow up. The owner would be happy to answer any questions, and why not take the opportunity to ask questions on here?