[QUOTE=Sharpie;1773923]I do like that mare- not for the 'presentation' but in spite of it. If she's tolerated that and she's still been a sweetie, I wanna take her out of that, feed and train her up and teach her how to actually carry herself. I have this dream of a pair- my red dun and a nice little black dun to go with. Poor girl.[/QUOTE/]
I'm complete in agreement with that conceptually!! In fact, were I to have the necessary experience mainly, and additional funds as well certainly, I find that there are MANY sweeties on this thread over it's run whom I have wished to be able to do the same with!
I believe a number of folks actually have, & in that regard, this thread has been a LOT MORE VALUABLE than simply a "semi-mocking" tool to make fun of (behind their backs, of course--as that's so much more morally appropriate--NOT--though I too have been MORE THAN GUILTY OF SAME...many times, I should refrain--tis just so frustrating at times seeing these creatures not be given everything I BELIEVE, as do most in this forum, they truly DESERVE! And out comes the mocking I assume, for that reason?) the uneducated/uncaring/&/or uninformed horse owners/sellers of the world as to their less-than-stellar horsemanship ways!
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