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post #121 of 408 Old 03-28-2013, 08:21 PM
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She actually said that she is sure there was no negligence involved.

If he is not sure what's being said, he shouldn't really finish his "statement" with "over and done."

And in any event, even if he doesn't know what the owner is insinuating, it would be open for him to present his version of the events. He must know that people would be wondering. Otherwise he appears as though he has something to hide.
I really didn't see her say anything disparaging on her FB page either. She just posted the He called her and told to to quit greiving on FB or something to that effect because 10,000 people had called him.
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post #122 of 408 Old 03-28-2013, 08:34 PM
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She stated somewhere on one of the pictures that he was on tour and wasn't even at the ranch when it happened. So I think it's fair that he doesn't post what he didn't witness.

I also did a little googling, and another forum someone stated that 90% of the friesian pictures are not of her horses, pro pictures of well known horses. Does anyone know more about that?

People with true credibility and integrity don't need to tell other people how great they are.
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[QUOTE=Muppetgirl;2059178]I still want to know what 'tied low and turned out to graze' means......we've established that CA probably could've held back a little on the down under thunder , we've established that the owner is a little kooky......I want to know what 'tied low and turned out to graze means'......[/QUOTE

If it is what old timers use?

Head is tied down to front leg, horse can not raise head up any higher than if it is grazing.

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And more than likely he threatened owner too, with being sued.

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post #125 of 408 Old 03-28-2013, 08:37 PM
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I fail to see how that makes her any less ridiculous !
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post #126 of 408 Old 03-28-2013, 08:38 PM
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It looks like a marketing tool to me. I don't take it seriously so it didn't effect me the way it did you.
I agree with the above.

After reading here about her FB page, I expected to see something really crazy. I didn't see anything "out there" on her page. It seems like she's a creative person, into gardening and writing, and she uses the word "magic" and "faeries" throughout, but not in any crazy way.

She's also expressed herself well and without flames on FB. (I haven't seen her other posts on other forums that have been mentioned.)

It could be that Clinton's "statement" was directed to the multitude of discussions, not towards her in particular.
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Did I miss a link to her FB page somewhere??
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post #128 of 408 Old 03-28-2013, 08:41 PM
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i fail to see how that makes her any less ridiculous !
Is your judgement based on the fairy design and slogan or because of what she says about her horses?

From a non-horsey perspective, there's nothing ridiculous on her FB. But I'm not horsey enough to judge the horsey parts.
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She stated somewhere on one of the pictures that he was on tour and wasn't even at the ranch when it happened. So I think it's fair that he doesn't post what he didn't witness.

I also did a little googling, and another forum someone stated that 90% of the friesian pictures are not of her horses, pro pictures of well known horses. Does anyone know more about that?
If you go to her personal web sight it is normal looking horses not the fancy ones on the FB [page so I am guessing those are friends horses.
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Personally, I didn't see anything on her facebook that was really..wrong. She never blamed CA, nothing. She seems to be a very spiritual individual with her reference to her dreams with Pharoah in them. Nothing wrong with that, it is her facebook.

In my opinion, if CA truely did ask her to stop mourning of facebooFacebook, he's in the wrong. It's not her that's harassing him, it's those who believe CA's in the wrong because they didn't even actually read what this poor lady typed and went after him.

And while his statement couldve been much more professional..what I gather of what happened with Owner, CA, and others, I can sympathise with how he feels and I personally love it. Not professional, but he is a cowboy, isn't he?
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