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    04-29-2012, 07:43 AM
  #81
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Originally Posted by raisinandelana    
I am actually in the process of breaking things off with my s.o. Of 2.5 LONG YEARS because he is unsupportive of my horse
I'm sorry you're going through this; I hope one day you'll find that special someone who loves horses nearly as much as you do
     
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    04-29-2012, 11:15 AM
  #82
Foal
No reason to be sorry but thanks
I have horrible taste in men, mostly all of my life. After all this is said and done, I will be sure to make it very clear my boy comes first, and if he cannot deal with it, keep a truckin down the road.... and don't let my size 12 ariat get stuck in your butt on the way. Lol
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    04-29-2012, 11:51 AM
  #83
Weanling
Nope not with my currrent boyfriend, he rides and participates in rodeo.. my last one.. yes cause he's allergic to horses
     
    04-29-2012, 11:58 AM
  #84
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I gave up horses before I married my husband.

He knew I had boxes of ribbons and trophies in the attic.

Once in a while I would say something about my show gelding.

In the past year or so I was thinking about getting three broodmare mares again.

This spring his CPA told him he needed another write off.

I said horses....the CPA said fine.

My barns will not be finished until July.
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    05-02-2012, 12:45 AM
  #85
Foal
I've never had a relationship problem because of my horses, I had them long before I started dating my boyfriend and he knows that my life pretty much is centered around them. He isn't a huge horse fan but he comes to shows every now and again and has come to the barn a few times. Honestly without riding or even being around horses I get cranky so I imagine we would have a whole lot more problems if I had to give up my horses.
     

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