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post #91 of 221 Old 01-12-2013, 10:25 PM
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I want one! I want one!
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If you double your order I will throw in a "Super Deluxe Scrubby Love Mitten"(a worn out cotton string glove) for Free! (just pay 29.95 for additional shipping)
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post #92 of 221 Old 01-12-2013, 10:31 PM
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post #93 of 221 Old 01-12-2013, 10:39 PM
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Carrot stick, pogo stick, drum stick, broom stick........I prefer a lunge whip or driving whip!! LOL!

I just cannot imagine saying ' Can someone please pass me my carrot stick'

It's a gimmicky way of taking the word whip and making it sound nice......
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post #94 of 221 Old 01-13-2013, 12:59 AM
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I think the name is more to imply that it is to be used both as the proverbial "carrot" and the proverbial "stick".
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I think the name is more to imply that it is to be used both as the proverbial "carrot" and the proverbial "stick".
Still sounds......stupid!
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post #96 of 221 Old 01-13-2013, 01:16 AM
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There is just something about CA that rubs me the wrong way. I find that I am in the minority on that, though. He is uber popular here.
I agree. I hear lots about him, so I watched a video of him working with a young colt.. Although CA's actions and intentions came across clearly to me, I couldn't help but notice that the entire time the colt was terrified... He wasn't jumping around, but you could see in his eyes and small reactions that he was terrified... It all just rubbed me the wrong way
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post #97 of 221 Old 01-13-2013, 01:17 AM
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Carrot stick, pogo stick, drum stick, broom stick........I prefer a lunge whip or driving whip!! LOL!

I just cannot imagine saying ' Can someone please pass me my carrot stick'

It's a gimmicky way of taking the word whip and making it sound nice......
Haha, I've said way too many times "Can you pass me the carrot stick" xD

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Haha, I've said way too many times "Can you pass me the carrot stick" xD
I'm more likely to ask for my broomstick!!! LOL
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I'm more likely to ask for my broomstick!!! LOL
Hahaha, well I guess anything's better than the manure rake lol xD

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I think the name is more to imply that it is to be used both as the proverbial "carrot" and the proverbial "stick".
I was just in TSC (farm store) and was passing by the display of lunge whips, riding crops, etc. Among them, there was a show hog stick. At least that's what they called it.

It cost a whopping $9.99 and was bright pink with a grippy handle, about 4' long, and had a nice weight to it. It reminded me - a lot - of the various majikal sticks, wands, and other Miracle Devices I see being sold in NH trainers' booths at the big horse expos.

Just a lot less expensive.
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