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post #11 of 81 Old 01-14-2013, 11:40 PM
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If all else fails check Craigslist I have seen them on there before and sometimes there is adds for them from company's on there also..
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post #12 of 81 Old 01-14-2013, 11:41 PM
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post #13 of 81 Old 01-14-2013, 11:47 PM
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getting these panels IS NOT considered an emergency on this forum. period. when people see EMERGENY HELP FAST in the title it is usually a MAJOR health issue that somebody needs help with in order to SAVE their horse. not help somebody but items that they dont need for 3 more months.

do some research. look in the local classifieds, go to feed stores, craigslist. heck even call the local BLM if you have one and ask them.

nobody was judging you in the original post. but all you gave us was that you had to have them IMMEDIATELY even though you havnt even sent in an application for a mustang.


the more information you give the better we can help you but misadvertising and getting snooty with people who draw conclusions with the little information they have isnt going to help.
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post #14 of 81 Old 01-14-2013, 11:47 PM Thread Starter
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look people, I' m really stressed out right now, I'm having personal issues right now and I am really desperate for this. I know I don't need a yearling untamed mustang, but I have been waiting practically my whole life to do this. plus if I adopt a mustang,I will be helping out the BLM. I am only 14 and I have saved all the money for the round pen by myself and that goes to show how important this is to me. please everyone, I' m really sorry if I offended anyone or made my first post unclear, just please try to understand. I have a huge training support system, and the stereotypical opinion on mustang s is wrong. there is a reason they are paired with teens. I have met so many tamed wold ones and wild ones in my life and none of them fit their stereotype. please just answer my questions and don't question my readiness. facilities,or anything else. just trust me. thanks everyone, and again, sorry if I was offensive or unclear.
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post #15 of 81 Old 01-14-2013, 11:53 PM Thread Starter
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Roperchik- I'm really sorry I came across that way. I haven't sent in the application yet because saying I have the stuff required on a government form is a felony. that's why I need it so fast because I need to send in the application. I have a deadline:( again . I' m sorry and thank you for the advice.
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post #16 of 81 Old 01-14-2013, 11:56 PM Thread Starter
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hberry yes I have a shelter I just need the round pen for turnout because a horse can't be cooped up in a stall all day everyday and panels wood or steel or pipes are required.
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post #17 of 81 Old 01-14-2013, 11:57 PM Thread Starter
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whoa I dont get it who changed the name of my thread? whoever did thanks! I couldn't figure it out lol
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post #18 of 81 Old 01-15-2013, 12:01 AM
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I know I don't need a yearling untamed mustang, but I have been waiting practically my whole life to do this.
So all 14 years? You do know you are luckier than most 14 year olds. You ALREADY have 2 horses and are in 4-H. That's more than others can say. Be happy with what you have. No I do not believe you are ready to take on an unbroken mustang yearling, unless you have some trainers that are going to be standing 2 feet away from you. Its not like the movies, that horse does not know you mean good. You have to EARN their trust and that does not happen over night
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post #19 of 81 Old 01-15-2013, 12:20 AM Thread Starter
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So all 14 years? You do know you are luckier than most 14 year olds. You ALREADY have 2 horses and are in 4-H. That's more than others can say. Be happy with what you have. No I do not believe you are ready to take on an unbroken mustang yearling, unless you have some trainers that are going to be standing 2 feet away from you. Its not like the movies, that horse does not know you mean good. You have to EARN their trust and that does not happen over night
you don't know me. you have never seen my facilities. I am very happy with what I have but I am not the only rider in my family. 2 horses for 7 riders. look, I am ready for thus and I know it's not like the movies but I have multiple friends who have virtually no horse experience who have been through this program and have had a wonderful time. look at teensandoregonmustangs.org if mustangs were truly horrible they would nor be paired with kids ages 10 to 18. again everyone, please don't question my readiness, facilities, etc. please just answer my questions.
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post #20 of 81 Old 01-15-2013, 12:33 AM
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Those 10-18 year olds have people around them at all times while their mustang is still untrusting. No one is putting down the breed but informing you that it would be irresponsible for you to not have one with out help. And there is a huge age difference between 10 and 18. Especially in horse experience years. Having fun aka a wonderful time is all monitored by very experienced horse people and that's why all the stories you see are successful. Plus its on a website they are not going to post stories that didn't end well to make their program look bad.

There is a difference between riders and trainers. Do you have any training experience?
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