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    05-12-2013, 01:03 AM
  #21
Yearling
Palogal, you always make me laugh! Your responses are so hard-bitten. I guess I have learned to navigate your personality because you are true to it. Sometimes the best horse people seem very black and white because the best horse people ARE black and white.
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    05-13-2013, 12:10 PM
  #22
Green Broke
SG, get a grip. Anyone that can't keep a rope from being tangled around their feet, and has a horse as obviously resentful as this horse in your 6th video so obviously is?

Please.

You have nothing of value to impart.

Your methods are dangerous, and merely a poor copy of other dangerous methods and idiocy.

As for the WWJJWHACK! Method of backing a horse up? No reason for that to ever be done if backing up is what human is asking for. And definitely counterproductive with a horse competed in SMS for instance, and does not work well with hot blood horses period.

At least you don't giggle, but I don't see much difference between you and RG.
     
    05-14-2013, 10:33 AM
  #23
Yearling
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Originally Posted by tiffanyodonnell    
Palogal, you always make me laugh! Your responses are so hard-bitten. I guess I have learned to navigate your personality because you are true to it. Sometimes the best horse people seem very black and white because the best horse people ARE black and white.
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Glad to be or service :) I train and ride a lot of different horses and it seems to me, the horse needs black and white from me. Horses understand fairness. He knows that whack was justified because he knew better and made a bad choice. Its when he doesnt know it was wrong, and catch hell for it, that things go wrong.
     



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