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        03-28-2007, 02:45 PM
      #1
    Foal
    got questions?

    I have been working with horses all my life if you have any qusetions about horses health,riding,grooming english, mostly western any thing I can help just ask and I will answer. Or you can e-mail me on this.
         
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        03-28-2007, 09:08 PM
      #2
    Yearling
    How old are you?
         
        03-29-2007, 10:58 AM
      #3
    Foal
    14
         
        06-18-2007, 03:01 PM
      #4
    Foal
    That answers EVERYONES questions! :roll:
         
        06-19-2007, 06:37 PM
      #5
    Foal
    Why just because im 14 I can tell you anything you need bout horses my mom is an equestrian educational school and all of my family is n horses. Do you knw any of this.. what kind of vision do horses have... what iz a piebald and what iz a scewbald? What iz a coronet band. What iz a cannon bone? How manysteps does a horse take in a walk? In a trot? In a loap? There all different.. that's just a tiny bit I know I have researched all bout horses and I could give you a 2000 word essay on the quarter horse easy... now do you think im qualified to do this
         
        06-19-2007, 10:19 PM
      #6
    Foal
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by spoiledrottenpenner
    why just because im 14 I can tell you anything you need bout horses my mom is an equestrian educational school and all of my family is n horses. Do you knw any of this.. what kind of vision do horses have panoramic what iz a piebald is a spoted pattern of large white and black patches. The color of the horse's skin underneath its coat can be black and pink what iz a scewbald witch is firstly spelt wrong its "Skewbald" is any other color or colors and white such as Bay, brown, chestnut, grey, dun or palomino and white. There may be some black marks as well. what iz a coronet band.Where the hoof joins the leg what iz a cannon bone? is the lower part of the leg extending from the hock to the fetlock how manysteps does a horse take in a walk? In a trot? In a loap? There all different.. I know there is a difference & its called a "gait" a horse has 4 GAITS, the walk as a 4 beat motion, the trot has a two beats, canter has 3 beats, & the gallop has usually 4 beats. that's just a tiny bit I know I have researched all bout horses and I could give you a 2000 word essay on the quarter horse easy... now do you think im qualified to do this
    haha haha no you are NOT qualified in my opinion! Its funny to think just because you can go & look up information on the internet & talk to your mom about it don’t mean you know everything! Also, who is your mom, id like to give her a call & ask her if she knows what your doing on the internet & see if she’s ok with her, because I doubt it is. Another thing, it takes YEARS & YEARS to know all about horses so I doubt the 14 years you have been on this earth you haven’t learned EVERYTHING! Id love you to answer some questions...

    1. When is hobbles used in training?
    2. What is a pommel?
    3. How did the Morgan get it's name?
    4. How do you slow down a horse from always wanting to go go go?
    5. What is a broken horse colour?
    6. What are all-purpose saddles used for?
    7. What does a red ribbon on a horse's tail mean?
    8. What do you do for a horse that has pull-back problems?
    9. What do you do for a horse that bucks every time you get on?
    10. How do you check a horse for dehydration?
    11. What are Hock Ribs?
    12. How can you prevent a horse from getting a sun burn?
    13. What vacs should your horse have?
    14. What is the main points in a good conformation?
    15. What is the first thing you do when your horse colics?
         
        06-20-2007, 12:33 AM
      #7
    Foal
    I can answer all of theses questions but I am ovr going back and forth but yes I do know alot bout horses and I realize that in my 14 years of life I do not know everything. I understand that but I know alot more than alot of people who have been around horses four 30 years or so. I feel very qualified to ask this question.and if you don't think I am qualified then do not ask me anything. This forum iz to lift people up and not bring them down... I raise quarter horses and I team pen and rope so I can answer alot of questions in that mostly but I have alot of general horse knowledge..... I still do not understand why you came to this question just to tell me that I am not qualified to answer question. And I would like 2 know why you think I am not...

    You have nvr met me know nothing of me or bout meand you feel you have to tell me that I am wrong. Why?
         
        06-20-2007, 01:44 AM
      #8
    Foal
    Re: got questions?

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by spoiledrottenpenner
    i have been working with horses all my life (witch is only 14 years) if you have any qusetions about horses health,riding,grooming english, mostly western any thing I can help just ask and I will answer.(you said you would answer, so why can't you answer my SIMPLE training questions?) or you can e-mail me on this.(why e-mail? That is what this is for...)
    For one, a person such as yourself, telling people what to do with their horses is dangerous even for a trainer! You can put them in danger if you start blabbing off things to do that you don’t know from TONS of experience if it works! We are talking about a 1000+ pound animal that is over 20x as strong as we are! If you have bad advice, then you are risking a lot of people & horses lives! Think of someone other than yourself, honestly! & I didn't just put up some of them questions to be rude; I did it for you to answer them! If you say you know SO much about horses, then it shouldn't be a problem right? Let me narrow it down to just afew, pertaining to mostly training ok?

    1. When is hobbles useful in training?
    2. How do you slow down a horse that is always wanting to go? (not a bolting horse)
    3. What do you do for a horse that has pull-back problems?
    4. What do you do for a horse that bucks every time you get on? (if its not a pain issue)

    These are VERY simple training questions to answer HOWEVER if they are answered wrong you are putting the people that take your advice & also the people's horses in danger! Please answer them, because as your main post says & I quote "i can help just ask and I will answer" so this shouldn't be an issue.

    Also: When people are looking for the answers to questions about their horses on here, they usually don’t want just one person giving advice, they like a variety of answers, so they can go & pick though the ones they like! So you are kinda being rude to the other people that have advice & knowledge, because they could know just as much as you or hopefully more! So why lure people toward specifically your advice? What makes your advice different from any others‘?
         
        06-20-2007, 02:22 AM
      #9
    Foal
    Its interesting that she/he has avoided the questions QH_Lover09 has put out.

    There are many people on this forum and every single one of them can give some really good advice.But you know what? None of them are experts.Even the ones who have been around horses for 40 years 50 years any amount!

    Every horse is different, and every horse has their own secrets. No one will ever know everything about horses or any other animal for that matter....especially a 14 year old
         
        06-20-2007, 02:37 AM
      #10
    Foal
    I AGREE most in defiantly! I learn new things everyday with the horses I have worked with! Now, in no way am I trying to ruin this little girls dream of one day becoming a professional trainer but she is going at it in the wrong direction by maybe giving people bad advice that they may be crazy enough to try! Then if they get hurt, I would feel horrible!


    Spoiledrottenpenner I am very interested in hearing the answers to my questions I asked you, since you said you would be willing to answer them.
         

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