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        12-27-2009, 02:36 AM
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    Yearling
    A little vent...

    So I have had Champ for three years I love him and I enjoy taking care of him and all that stuff. I ride 3 times a week at a run down barn but in the spring I am moving him home. When I ride him I don't enjoy it he is always having prolems wether it be stiffness, energy ,loping ect. We never have a good ride. I work so hard for nothing it just doesnt work out. I never get on and just ride its always training and problem sloving. I am at the end of my rope his training was so good for a while than it all went down hill. His lope on both sides is so messed up! I can't ride it cause it takes a ton of energy to stay on his walk and jog are amazing! so I am just venting about his flaws and problem sorry for the blubbering.
         
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        12-27-2009, 06:31 AM
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    Weanling
    awe. If it help, my horse has horrid head carrige and goes against your leg. Also rears. Feel better?
         
        12-27-2009, 07:09 AM
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    Green Broke
    *hugs*. Horses CAN be hard at times, I swear my horse is sometimes the worst. He doesn't have extremly bad problems, but he will just have really bad days, where I feel like giving up. But just think of those good days. When you have excellent rides, I'm sure you've had some excellent rides. Take the good with the bad, and keep on riding.
         

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