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"He's SO pretty!" ---- Horse buying decisions based off eye candy

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        12-07-2011, 01:27 PM
    I almost made the stupid mistake of buying a buckskin gelding just because of his color. I drove all the way to NC to look at him, he was smaller than I really needed, and when I tried to get on him, he took off and caused me to fall and pull a muscle in my thigh. Nevertheless, I still wanted him because he was a buckskin. Luckily, my trainer talked me out of it. And then I found Shamrock. :) He's beautiful, kind, willing, etc. with minimal attitude. He's still green and I would trust him with total beginners. He's THAT awesome. :)
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        12-07-2011, 01:34 PM
    Originally Posted by Equilove    
    Some of the best horses I've ever ridden were jugheaded sorrel mutts, hehe...
    We had one named "jug" She was the sweetest darn thing but her name most definitely suited her. Still one of the best kids horses we ever owned.
        12-07-2011, 01:36 PM
    I feel so blessed. I am a new first time horse owner and lucked out. Not only did I buy a shiny Cadillac with chrome (looks), it came with great gas mileage (temperment). Throw in the purty registration Sam came with (background champion winners) and I even have engraved and matching floor mats!
        12-07-2011, 01:42 PM
    Originally Posted by brighteyes08    
    im going to guess she meant visible scleras?
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