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 donâ€™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 donâ€™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 othersâ€˜?