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post #21 of 100 Old 07-29-2011, 11:40 PM
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How about a bunch of tie downs, and junk on a who just started learning to carry a rider? or stud chains being used on a horse being longed?

People with true credibility and integrity don't need to tell other people how great they are.
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post #22 of 100 Old 07-29-2011, 11:46 PM
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Yes, hate the overuse of inappropriate training equipment, or seeing horses being worked too hard, too young. Quick results are frequently not lasting results, or even good results. Beware the trainer who claims otherwise!
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post #23 of 100 Old 07-29-2011, 11:53 PM
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Perhaps cause they need an answer when no one will answer them? Although they could always use google to find the answer or something. I wouldn't know, cause I'm not a bumper either :P
Good point.. perhaps new eyes on a different day view a thread and can answer a question..

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I hate that, too. When someone brings up a topic, and then refuses to answer relevant questions when asked, claiming superiority and "the right to remain silent"...like a criminal.
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post #25 of 100 Old 07-29-2011, 11:59 PM
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The people that think a horse is worthless because it isn't registered.
It doesn't matter you can't ride papers.

Western Pleasure trainers who train "peanut rollers" you shouldn't change a horses gait, extension and collection are learned through training, not "put the strongest curb bit in you can find and hit the horse's mouth until they slow down then take draw reins and ride the horse with his head attached to his knees"

Saddle Seat people who use soaring and think it is an acceptable training method, same with dressage riders and rollkur, etc

Beginners who are know-it-alls and go around telling people what they are doing wrong, I was a beginner once, but I didn't go around telling everyone what to do.

People who think no horse should be bred unless it is registered and has a perfect show record.
Not saying everybody should breed horses, just that it shouldn't have to be registered and have a perfect show record, I personally don't like most of the breed association show judging standards and show rules, so I don't blame others who also don't agree.


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post #26 of 100 Old 07-30-2011, 12:03 AM
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I couldn't agree more with every point you made Eclipse, and I LOVE your quote.. ;)

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post #27 of 100 Old 07-30-2011, 12:04 AM
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When people don't stick with the same horse for a years time.

And also when people just get perfectly good horses JUST to keep their feild down. Get cows for that, not perfecty trained horses and make them practically green again.
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When I make a joke with someone, and they take it seriously.
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post #29 of 100 Old 07-30-2011, 12:14 AM
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bumping .
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bumping .
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