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        12-10-2011, 04:21 AM
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    That my horse wasn't worth the time or energy.
    That I wasn't experienced enough to ride a horse like him.
    I was to sick to ride.
    Nothing would ever become of me or my horse.

    Hehehe Proved them all wrong :)
    Albie was jumping over 1m within 2 weeks of me putting him in work (he was underweight when I got him).
    What they didn't realize was that I was a very quick learning and was willing to listen to what my horse wanted then built from that.
    Yes, I was sick when I started ridding, but within months of owning him my symptoms had almost completely disappeared (doctors couldn't understand it)
    True, nothing major has happened event wise with my horse, this is partially due to I haven't shown him yet lol, but he is one of my best friends, he knows what to do when I'm feeling down, and he seems to always make me smile whenever I see him.
    If that's nothing.. Then don't think their something was worth it.
         
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