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post #1 of 126 Old 06-15-2011, 05:10 PM Thread Starter
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Friendship Training ?????

I read this on another site.

Honestly I find it ....ummmm dribble. From what I gather you simply let the horse do whatever it wishes and if it wants to wander off to eat grass you just let it, as it is your "friend".

Friendship Training, The Natural Horse.org
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post #2 of 126 Old 06-15-2011, 05:15 PM
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Oooh, to whom do I send the check?! Should I make it out to Faux Guru of the Moment?

Yeah, I'm a horrible, evil, abusive horse owner, since I expect my animals to work when I say they work, nail evil metal shoes on their precious toesies, and -gasp!- actually use tack WITH a bridle and bit!

I know, I know, I should haz a shame.

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Oooh, to whom do I send the check?! Should I make it out to Faux Guru of the Moment?

Yeah, I'm a horrible, evil, abusive horse owner, since I expect my animals to work when I say they work, nail evil metal shoes on their precious toesies, and -gasp!- actually use tack WITH a bridle and bit!

I know, I know, I should haz a shame.
Three smacks on the back of your head and off to the corner you go !!!!!!!!!!

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post #4 of 126 Old 06-15-2011, 05:19 PM
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I attempted to read it but I only got past the first paragraph before the flashing picture got too annoying. Note to future horse gurus, making people want to spork themselves in the eyes when visiting your site is not good marketing strategy.
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Oooh, to whom do I send the check?! Should I make it out to Faux Guru of the Moment?

Yeah, I'm a horrible, evil, abusive horse owner, since I expect my animals to work when I say they work, nail evil metal shoes on their precious toesies, and -gasp!- actually use tack WITH a bridle and bit!

I know, I know, I should haz a shame.

You took the words out of my mouth, SR! When you think of the name for all of us evil owners, could you let me know what I am?

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I like the fact that it is a horse named Nakita that created the program...
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I tried to read it. I really did. But I had to quit when I got to the part about me being a dictator because I use a round pen.
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I tried to read it. I really did. But I had to quit when I got to the part about me being a dictator because I use a round pen.

There is a part in there about dressage people all using unsuitable horses....
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Note to future horse gurus, making people want to spork themselves in the eyes when visiting your site is not good marketing strategy.
Haha...hahahahaha....hahahahahahaha!!!
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post #10 of 126 Old 06-15-2011, 07:39 PM
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I only read the part that horses were born perfect, but humans are the ones that make them miserable....

Thats all the crazy I needed to hear.

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