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        03-28-2010, 01:39 AM
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    This girl is SO pretty, I wish I had the money/time/knowledge/resources to put into her, she looks sweet. But the seller, is an idiot. "for a child to learn and grown with"?!?!?! *head desk* *head desk*

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        03-28-2010, 02:33 AM
    She looks gorgeous! But yea, that's kinda cheesy....especially when you're talking about a yearling? For a kid to learn on? I don't think so lol
        03-28-2010, 02:48 AM
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    Haha the whole time I read the ad a voice was shouting the words in my head XD I hate when people use all CAPS.
    Haha that guy is just the tip of the crazy iceburg when it comes to crazy horse people, the filly is cute though!
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        03-28-2010, 03:52 AM
    Hahaha I did just the same thing ridergirl, I can just hear the yelling "MOLLY IS A SWEET AND CALM FILLY!!!!!!"

    Anyway...I hate when people say things like that, like what are they thinking? Is the kid supposed to start the mare, too?
    Crazies, for sure.
        03-28-2010, 04:10 AM
    The sad part is that some ignorant fool may come along and buy that horse for that very a companion for their child to grow up with. As a parent this kind of thing really makes me mad. Nobody should attempt to sell a horse to a child that isn't 100% child friendly...dead broke, laid back easy going temperament. I can't tell you how many ads I have seen for horses that are 'perfect for kids' and once we went out and watched the owner ride, I was afraid to ride.....much less put my kid on. I swear, there is very little honesty and integrity in the horse industry. I wouldn't want a child's life in my hands...and by selling a horse to a child that you know is anything but dead broke, that is exactly what you are doing! To attempt to market a horse that is not broke to ride and very young to a child is just horrible to me. Sorry for the rant y'all but that just makes me so mad
        03-28-2010, 04:14 AM
    Originally Posted by rockyxpony    
    Hahaha I did just the same thing ridergirl, I can just hear the yelling "MOLLY IS A SWEET AND CALM FILLY!!!!!!"

    LMFAO Glad to see I wasn't the only one who read it this way.
        03-29-2010, 02:22 AM
    AnD WhEn YoU ReAd TeXt LiKe ThIs DoEs ThE CrAzY VoIcE in YoUr HeAd AlTeRnAtE BeTwEeN LoUd AnD sOft LoL? Andwhenireadsomethinglikethisthevoiceinmyheadspeed sup!

    Haha anyway....Ugh I hate when people sell horses like that. Someone will probably come along who's never owned a horse in their life and expect to be able to train the horse to follow them around like a little puppy....just doesn't work like that. False advertising is terrible. I don't care HOW calm the horse is, a kid isn't going to be able to train a yearling! Especially a full-sized horse!
        03-29-2010, 02:55 AM
    Hahaha I was doing both of those things reading your examples xDD

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