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post #61 of 78 Old 05-30-2012, 11:23 PM
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Thanks! You know, I'm talking about me not the horse! Maybe I could make a good couch ornament! Going through a tough time here lately!
I know. ;) But it's not about the saddle you sit in, its about the journey traveled. :)

I'm in a rough patch too. I understand.
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post #62 of 78 Old 05-30-2012, 11:25 PM
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I know. ;) But it's not about the saddle you sit in, its about the journey traveled. :)

I'm in a rough patch too. I understand.
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Well said. I lost the love of my life this weekend. Not to death, but more complicated.
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post #63 of 78 Old 05-30-2012, 11:32 PM
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I'm sorry sugar. But I can promise you that your are moving onto far better things. The trees are dense right now. But you will see the sun soon. :) Its just going to take a couple strides. I know everything in the end will work out. (Friendly) <3
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post #64 of 78 Old 05-30-2012, 11:48 PM
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I'm sorry sugar. But I can promise you that your are moving onto far better things. The trees are dense right now. But you will see the sun soon. :) Its just going to take a couple strides. I know everything in the end will work out. (Friendly) <3
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Thanks. I hope so. I keep praying.

Sorry for interupting this thread for posting my sadness.
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post #65 of 78 Old 05-31-2012, 01:23 AM
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Hahaha way to funny, I will give it a try

1986 chestnut grade Ukraine Warmblood mare, stands around 16hh, has a REALLY long back and short legs! Not great conformation wise, but tries hard.
EXTREMELY easy keeper, please do not over feed as she will eat it unless its gross, then will outright refuse to eat.
once given a job will work all day until the job is done, trained to jump but not to high, not SPOOKY but If allowed will be extremely lazy when it comes to "stall" cleaning but will keep tack and self well cared for and clean.
Has had one colt half Ukraine WB crossed with Irish Draft, colt is well put together but a touch wild and crazy but fairly easy to train. Makes an alright broodmare but would greatly prefer to get back to work then stuck in broodmare herd.
Please make a offer she just needs a job, she is going crazy stuck in stall with offspring.
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post #66 of 78 Old 05-31-2012, 01:51 AM
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Too funny!
70something model stallion, quiet, bombproof, kid safe trail horse.
Well, sorta.
Severe John Wayne streak evident. Rough, tough, speaks softly, known to kick stupid people without warning.
No Doc will come within half a mile, as the least doc that saw him got drilled in the chest with both barrels.
Super smart-just s ask him. likes his ears scratched.
Don't feed him beans! You won't like the results!
Trade for a YooHoo and a ho-ho.

I RIDE, THEREFORE I AM
COWBOY UP OR GO CRY IN THE TRUCK
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post #67 of 78 Old 05-31-2012, 02:10 AM
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Trade for a YooHoo and a ho-ho.
Ok this trade is right up there with the kitten
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I miss you Rascal. Every day, all day.
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post #68 of 78 Old 05-31-2012, 02:12 PM
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Lol. I sent my ad about myself to my best friend. And she said she wouldn't even take it if they payed her. I forgot to tell her it was about me. ;P
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post #69 of 78 Old 05-31-2012, 02:26 PM
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1969 chestnut mare. Stands at 15 hands. Very easy keeper. Tends to gain weight easily. Recommend a grazing muzzle. Should not be used as a brood mare. Shows no interest in being a mother. Not a kid's horse...does not have patience for children...probably due to many years as a lesson horse.*
Perfect horse for beginner adult rider. Will walk, trot, and canter when she feels like it. Loves to be groomed and have her mane brushed. Does not like standing in mud so will need dry shelter. Prefers purple tack.

* i have been an educator in a public school system for 21 years!!
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post #70 of 78 Old 06-02-2012, 05:07 AM
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Haha classic!

Here's mine...
For sale Australian Stock Horse mare. Dark bay with star, stands at 15hh. Very stocky horse, very easy keeper and doesn't require any hard feed to maintain weight. Currently out of condition but getting educated on flatwork by trainer, will need some more conditioning before jumping. She previously has jumped up to 80cm competitively and is lovely to hack out, a little spooky of loud noises. Previous injury on back hock, slight scarring but it doesn't have any effect on movement cleared by vet. Not for beginners as need a firm hand and gets a bit competitive against other horses.
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