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        08-17-2010, 11:12 AM

    Ok.... this is very embarrassing but since I have told you all my problems with Macie I thought you should know. I was showing her to someone who wanted to buy her. She is a bigger girl and she was like "I wont get on her I am too big for her". I swear I had this big flashback of all my issues. Everytime getting up on her and moving around to get my feet right and her not being very happy with me. She would act up like to say "hey get your big a** off me" lol

    I was to big for her. I am 5'7" and 225 pounds. Apparently she only weighs 900 lbs. I feel so stupid for many reasons but learned a huge lesson!!! Apparently I don't look like I weigh that much because they were very surprised when I told them.

    Sooo my little 120 pound friend has decided to take her on and she is just great with her. Now I am on the prowl for a bigger horse to carry my big a** around. Thanks for reading and feel free to give me hell for not noticing before this issue!!
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        08-17-2010, 06:00 PM
    Well, if your horse is not that small, and you can sit on it, without falling in her back, itīs not that problem with the weight you think.

    Itīs worse if you always fall in her back, but if you can go with her motion, itīs not that bad.

    But good luck with your search for a new horse! With race would you prefer?


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