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        08-15-2012, 07:31 PM
    Actually reading the thread is making me giggle.

    Personally, I say just let her learn. You can't cure stupid.

    She is obviously not going to change her mind. I am sad that the horse will be the one punished, but who knows, maybe he will buck her off from pain and she really hurts herself. Which causes her to rethink everything.
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        08-15-2012, 07:36 PM
    Hope the horse bucks her off so that see rethinks everything! Saving all of them!!
        08-15-2012, 08:10 PM
    So... To get the discipline thing straight, what discipline does everyone ride? I used to ride western, switched to english, and its a lot better :p
    I also originally rode Western and then switched to English :).

    As for school, I think I go back September 3rd or 4th. I usually don't mind school that much.
        08-15-2012, 08:28 PM
    Wow that girl is an idiot. Who rides a yearling?? Oh yeah, someone who's infected by the STUPID virus! I REALLY hope that that horse teaches her a lesson! (Does that make me a bad person?? I hope not, lol.)
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        08-16-2012, 02:27 AM
    I don't think so :P

    So my friends four year old horse learned today that his buck isnt as effective with me as it is with her... ;) kicked that horses butt today that's for sure! I havnt been able to ride him because he threw a shoe but finally the farrier came!

    Omg my sister's friend was hit by a car, on his bike, crossing the road a couple weeks ago and passed away. Anyways I jusdt learned that the lady who hit him is a mother of two in her early 20's and that she's my ferrier's sister in law! The entire thing makes me sick! She had a green light but his friend crossed and she got mad at him and then went to take off but didnt see the other boy crossing behind him! :'( life is never going to be the same for anybody!
        08-16-2012, 09:22 AM
    Aww, I feel so sorry for you!
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        08-16-2012, 09:56 AM
    So sorry tb! The nerve of ignornt people?!
        08-16-2012, 10:04 AM
    My school gets out Mid-June, and we go back August 30th, so I'm getting all my stuff tomorrow. First year in HS, it should be fun, a bit nervous because our high school is awkwardly laid out.
        08-16-2012, 01:02 PM
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    I remember the first year in highschool I got lost a BUNCH haha.. but it gets easier!! Promise.... and yea I got my stuff today.. and my school laptoppp!!! Whoopp!
        08-16-2012, 06:19 PM
    Originally Posted by hollylovesbeau    
    any tips on bucking??
    Hiii everyone...I'm 17 lol (:

    What I have been taught is when the horse is bucking don't let them pull their head down. Your supposed to lean back and kind of pull their head up so its not stretched out near the ground. That's supposed to make them stop bucking.

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