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        07-07-2013, 07:08 PM
    Originally Posted by churumbeque    
    You should be thankful for his honesty.
    What honesty? The man put on a show for us at first, told us that he was going to teach my horse some "manners", then sent him back 2 weeks later saying that he was not a "bronc rider". The thing is, my horse isn't a bronc. I've saddled him and bridled him while my older brother (who my horse hated, btw) swung a leg over. He did perfectly fine, no spook, no nothing.
    Now this man is refusing to even sit on my horse, and he left him tied up with a saddle on him for hours at a time with no water. When I took my horse to this trainer, he would load in the trailer perfectly. When I came to get him, he refused to step a foot in the trailer and was terrified of the man who "trained" him. We ended up having to pull him in with a rope behind his butt.
    We got conned, and I should have read the signs earlier. Yes it was an expensive learning experience, and I am saving up more money for another trainer. But no, there was no honesty in this man's body.
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        07-07-2013, 07:22 PM
    Green Broke
    Obviously you didn't read anything that I had to say about sex and experience a friend had . Believe it or not a horse can live without water for a few hours at a time
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        07-07-2013, 10:40 PM
    Originally Posted by churumbeque    
    obviously you didn't read anything that I had to say about sex and experience a friend had . Believe it or not a horse can live without water for a few hours at a time
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    Lol you're right, I didn't see anything about sex. But the whole keeping a horse tied up in 100+ heat without water for hours maybe some people's way of teaching a horse a "lesson", but to me it's just cruel.
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        07-07-2013, 11:04 PM
    Green Broke
    Sorry it was autocorrect sex shouldn't have been in there. I went to watch some horses being trained before and they were all standing in the hot Sun for hours and I said something to about them not having any water so they offer the horses water in front of me and none of them wanted any
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        07-07-2013, 11:12 PM
    Just because the horses you saw didn't accept water that was offered doesn't mean it's okay to leave horses standing in the sun without it.
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        07-08-2013, 12:19 AM
    rrrg that is frustrating!!! I paid a trainer, that I new from the community, $600 to restart my mare, she had been started at 3 before I got her but hadn't been touched for 2 years. Id just got back into riding after not riding for years and didn't feel confident enough to do it myself. My husband was working for a farm that was cutting their hay just down from where my mare was being "trained". He'd go by several times a day halling hay back and said she never left her pen that he ever saw. When I picked her up she still was naughty and doing the same things I wanted worked out of her...He just said it was me and my confidence was low so she new and she never did that with him...truth is that's probably true but I paid him to put 30 days of miles on her...I ended up going to a trainer who also gave lessons with her and worked it out, learned a lot and still go and so do my step daughters a couple times a month.. maybe if you found someone who can help you train him and make those first rides for you??? Good luck!!
        07-08-2013, 01:42 AM
    I would love to find a trainer that would also give me lessons. There's just none close by that I can afford. Maybe in a couple of years when I have a good paying job. :/
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