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    03-25-2013, 08:50 PM
That's a tough situation :/ I'm lucky to have the gelding I mentioned in the last post that can and will kick ass when a horse needs it, but won't if it isn't warranted- if you lived closer I'd be happy to lend him to you haha!
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    03-25-2013, 09:12 PM
Haha thanks! I wish you did he could use a taste of his own medicine! Sadly mine is more then willing to kick ass, most of the time when it's very unwarranted!
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    03-25-2013, 09:19 PM
Originally Posted by AngieLee    
Haha thanks! I wish you did he could use a taste of his own medicine! Sadly mine is more then willing to kick ass, most of the time when it's very unwarranted!
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Maybe it's worth spreading the word to people you know that you're looking for a horse to take your guy down a couple notches? I know friends that have done that in the past, and they've found people who were in the same situation they were and actually switched boarding barns so their horses could be together. There might be someone around you in the same position- might be a long shot, but it's worth a thought!

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