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    11-22-2013, 03:34 PM
Originally Posted by dbarabians    
I wouldn't give him the sweat off my back if he was dying of thirst.
You're nicer than I am. I generally say something to the effect of eliminating on them if they were burning.
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    11-22-2013, 03:34 PM
WSarabians I usually say " the sweat off my gonads" but in more crude terminology. I was just trying to be polite as I like the MODS and hopefully they like me.
MODS if that was not acceptable WSarabians forced me to post it. !!!! Shalom
    11-22-2013, 03:36 PM
Originally Posted by dbarabians    
WSarabians I usually say " the sweat off my gonads" but in more crude terminology. I was just trying to be polite as I like the MODS and hopefully they like me.
MODS if that was not acceptable WSarabians forced me to post it. !!!! Shalom
Sure, blame me. I'm always getting in trouble. I guess my filter is broken.

I would say that too, if I had gonads. But I have this habit of chopping them out. Just ask my two puppies. They're not impressed with me today.
    11-22-2013, 03:39 PM
Originally Posted by WSArabians    
Yeah, colts don't do so well across a barbed wire fence from a mare. He probably striked out and got stuck.
He seems to keep coming back to you - maybe you need a riding gelding? I think he likes you. Lol
He is a pretty boy. Babson bred with a gorgeous head and neck. If he were not cow hocked I might have considered him stallion material.
He will not be tall his dam is only 14 hands and sire 14.2 I believe. At 2 he is almost 14hh.
His sire did very well in endurance and still is competing as a gelding.
I will have him broken to saddle if he is here at 3.
Right now after he is healed he can go TO A GOOD HOME. Cheap. Maybe for the price of gelding him and a 100$ more. Shalom
    11-22-2013, 10:05 PM
Don't tempt
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    11-22-2013, 11:38 PM
Green Broke
Every time I start thinking about how I miss having foals running around on the farm I remember what a hassle it was dealing with buyers. That curbs all the desire to look for a baby daddy for the few mares I have left. LOL

One of those mares was sold 3 times. At less than a week old she was paid for in full with the agreement she stayed here until weaned. Guy that bought her passed away before weaning time got here - refunded purchase price to his widow even though legally we wouldn't have had to but I just wouldn't have felt right making her either forfeit the money or take the filly. Next time she sold the guy went home to build fence and his neighbor informed him no farm animals per the HOA even though his property was 7 acres. Next person that bought her was a friend of mine who, though experienced in horse ownership, I knew wouldn't be happy with a 2 year old. She just insisted that she would. 6 months later she had her for sale and hubby went and bought her back and said she wasn't going to be for sale ever again.
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    11-23-2013, 07:14 PM
Wow, just wow. Hoping he heals up well for you and I hope that karma is paying attention to the (expletive deleted) idiot who had him.

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