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post #1 of 26 Old 12-24-2013, 09:48 AM Thread Starter
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I got further with my horse than a professional

im very proud with how I managed a horse that could of killed me,through no fault of her own. that had nearly killed a professional trainer and that from the start wanted to rear and buck and evade in many ways.

I am still a confidant rider, I still ride and im not worried if a horse does buck. I know that not many people can sit a full on bronco, which I have four people witness me ride Many times through with jazzy, she never got away with bucking and many people where amazed I could stay on thats because I have a really good seat. With ella I kicked her when she bucked and pulled her head up untill she stopped or disengaged hind quarters if bucks got worse.

The horse is unsound as previouse owners were told by a vet they dont know the details, didnt tell me it was a physical problem so I guessed it would be a mental thing.

From the start jazzy wanted to rear, I didnt want to tell many others because I felt like saying it out loud to much made it sound scary I just pushed on the horse kicked it on hit it on the head when it reared, and it got over it, taking it on trails did help keeping its mind forward although some times, it would do a vertical rear while I had lose reins.

I dont blame the horse for what shes done I think she must be unsound, previouse owners from way back want to pick her up after christmas. They loved her spent allot of money on her MONTHS OF PROFFESSIONAL TRAINERS WITH HER BUT SHE WOULD NOT GIVE UP BUCKING OR REARING, FLIPPED OVER on rider and ran into walls. so I thank god or the blob in the sky, or maybe it was because this horse liked me and trusted me, that I didnt get injured, the horse is sweet but explosive and I think if I had her from a foal, and she wasnt unsound she could have been such a lovely Riding horse.

you people saying o know putting the horse down for this, you are so unrealistic because most people send a horse to the dog food place, and I have never done that to a horse and I dont want to.

I THANK the horse for not killing me, I apolagise for the cruelty she has had but she is so forgiving, she is in such good condition I love seeing her canter around happilly in the paddock shes been starved to skin and bones in previouse homes, and I have looked after her so well compared to what shes had.

Im not the only one whos ridden an unsound horse, there are many out there and they get ridden.

This horse will have a good future, as a pet hopefully with previouse owners, who had her years ago as they told me they want to pick her up.

I am very happy that the horse has a chance to live its days happy eating grass and doing horsey stuff. I know this horse still likes me she comes up to me for pats, I dont care what you people say how I have been terrible to the horse, because I know the horse is happy now and its future is good.

Im happy because the horse is, im not involved with the legal business going on, because im enjoying my holidays.
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post #2 of 26 Old 12-24-2013, 09:53 AM
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Good. Glad she's going to a good place. Maybe they know her ticks and can handle her.
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post #3 of 26 Old 12-24-2013, 10:17 AM
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The previous thread:

I found out my horse was an unrideable rodeo horse

What evidence do you have that she was previously abused? Scars? Was she skin & bones when you bought her? How many of the previous owners did you know?

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post #4 of 26 Old 12-24-2013, 11:06 AM
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Hope this doesn't come across as rude, but I hope you aren't thinking that you are a horse trainer now.

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post #5 of 26 Old 12-24-2013, 11:11 AM
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That's quite a turn around from your last thread… =/. First you were gonna put the horse down, and ruin the ladies reputation who sold her to you. Now you like this horse and will keep her as a forever pet. Goodness your stories change fast.
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post #6 of 26 Old 12-24-2013, 11:22 AM
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This horse will have a good future, as a pet hopefully with previouse owners, who had her years ago as they told me they want to pick her up.
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To Rideeverystride The OP is telling us that the previous owners want to have her as a pasture pet.

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post #7 of 26 Old 12-24-2013, 11:23 AM
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Ahh. Oops =/. Guess I didn't read the whole thing. My bad ;P.
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post #8 of 26 Old 12-24-2013, 11:32 AM
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Im not the only one whos ridden an unsound horse, there are many out there and they get ridden.
Just because others do it doesn't make it right. A lot of people rob banks too, but you don't see anyone trying to say it's okay. Stop trying to justify your actions. They were heinous, regardless of how you're now trying to paint yourself as a wonderful, loving owner.

Glad the horse is being rehomed. She's finally getting the Christmas miracle she's so long deserved.

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post #9 of 26 Old 12-24-2013, 11:35 AM
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I don't really understand what you are saying. You've ridden the horse through rears but she's unsound. You keep saying she's unsound because a vet said so but you assume it's mental. Then you talk about the abuse the horse withstood... What abuse? From who?

I'm just confused. I don't get what you are saying, is the horse now trained and ride able or is it unsound?

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post #10 of 26 Old 12-24-2013, 06:16 PM
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I hope it works out for the horse. You mentioned getting a new horse and I wish you luck with that. I would also say this whole post sounds a bit big headed. To me, you are are either very talented or very lucky. I hope you don't try to figure out which it is.
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