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        01-09-2013, 10:38 AM
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    My husband and I had a good debate over this yesterday I said if your advertising a trail horse and it spooks from it's own shadow and doesn't have a good whoa and your asking for 1500 dollars that's crazy, that would be like buying a car and going to pick it up and it had no wheels. I think a lot of people will advertise their horse as a trail horse as if that's not a discipline, and we should forgive the fact that it's afraid of its own shadow and stops only as a last resort. When I get in touch with people about a horse or help a friend I always tell the people I want to know what is bad about the horse, there is always a little something and I want to know what I can deal with.
         
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