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post #5831 of 10872 Old 05-28-2013, 01:00 PM Thread Starter
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Maybe if I shut my eyes, It'll to away....

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OMG!!!! It's STILL there .. and it's going to eat me...!!!

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post #5832 of 10872 Old 05-28-2013, 01:05 PM
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hahaha!
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post #5833 of 10872 Old 05-28-2013, 01:11 PM Thread Starter
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^^ his breakfast still all over his lips ... doh!
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post #5834 of 10872 Old 05-28-2013, 01:28 PM
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Hey guys! I hope everyone had a nice weekend! Sounds like you are all all busy, busy.

Congrats on the new filly Nu, she is precious! All legs lol.

Dang I don't even remember what else is going on after reading through so many pages to get caught up! I have so much going on my mind is just plain shot!
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post #5835 of 10872 Old 05-28-2013, 01:30 PM
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Texasgal if you lived closer I would ride that sucker for you.
he sounds just like my favorite arabian mare. The mother of the black filly.
She needs to be ridden everyday and it took me a long time to develop her trust. After weaning this filly we are going to hit the road and put some miles behind us.

Everyone do me a favour. Go to the thread I started about keeping a mare in foal.
a certain member posted her comments which I found to be rude and dismissive.
I replied in kind.
A couple of members said I was too harsh.
one member who brought something up is very friendly and would fit in on this thread.
I replied that if the other member wanted to clarify her statement then I would retract mine. Since she has not replied I think my thoughts were correct.
I know the friends I have here on this forum will give me an honest opinion. Shalom
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post #5836 of 10872 Old 05-28-2013, 02:14 PM
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DB, I read the thread. To me it sounds like Warmbloods is opposed to your breeding practices, and made several arguments to enforce her position. The comment about a uterus as a "clown car" in my opinion was extremely insensitive, unecessary, and could be considered as a personal insult to you. Knowing you and how much you care about your animals, I can understand your reaction, which I read as dismissing most of what Warmbloods said. Warmbloods, now knowing that he/she offended you, owes you an apology. My 2 cents.
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post #5837 of 10872 Old 05-28-2013, 02:21 PM Thread Starter
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Texasgal if you lived closer I would ride that sucker for you.
This will be only the second time I've ever sent a horse to someone else. The first one I broke and then sent to a WP trainer. She informed me 30 days later that she always rode him last because he was such a pleasure to ride.

This boy is young and foolish .. which isn't the issue. I HATE buckers. and he's soooo freakin' good at it. I know he's only doing it as a REACTION and not to be mean ... but it all feels the same.

If I can have him ridden for 30 days, maybe I can keep up with it and not let him slip back into stupid-dom.

We've had them almost a year .. can't believe it. I've really done NOTHING with them.
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post #5838 of 10872 Old 05-28-2013, 02:27 PM
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outnabout thanks. I do not want to be included with those people that seem to thrive on conflict here on the forum.
Now I do find some of the comments on the breeding thread out of line and very hostile. I have decided to be firm in any response to rude replies.
The reason I responded to goldenhorse was to include an invitation to warmbloods to explain her post and then I could explain my reaction. I do not owe goldenhorse an explanation just used her comment as the motive to clear the air.
Thanks for the opinion and Texasgal as usual has my back. Shalom
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post #5839 of 10872 Old 05-28-2013, 02:33 PM Thread Starter
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Well, it's true dba ... just because one person's mare had another job and having babies is a part time job -- doesn't mean that a fulltime broodmare has to be treated the same.

You have to look for issues the more you breed a mare NO MORE than someone that jumps, or runs a horse year after year needs to look for other issues.

There are risks with every job a horse might have.... Broodmare, or reining horse ... imo.
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post #5840 of 10872 Old 05-28-2013, 04:42 PM
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I just caught up... im in information overload... *brain explodes* so im going to sum it up....

"Hey guys"

howd i do?! ahhaha
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