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    06-16-2007, 02:13 PM
Jr, for God's sake, chill. This is getting ridiculous. Badgering her is not adding to anything positive about this discussion or forum. I don't want this to become a place with a negative atmosphere where posters can not act civilly and maturely. Consider this a warning. If you can not act respectful to others you will be banned.


So are you implying that no horse should be taught to bend on a circle?
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    06-16-2007, 08:46 PM
I was going to post something I thought may be insightful but on second thoughts it looks like youv'e hung yourself jr! And by the way YOU KISSED YOUR MOTHER WITH THAT MOUTH! Good riddance to ya! I would have many others here handle my horses before I had you even look at them.....ha and by the way I am neither for nor agains't side reins/draw reins, how ever I do think that someone who relys on side reins to ride effectively does need to address some issues.
As far as age goes.....well some of the 12 yr olds here are a whole lot more mature than someone who claims to have had 30 odd years experience....which in mine opinion is equal to saying that the queen is my sister.....and well when it comes to giving up drinking, perhaps you should find a forum that deals with ALCHOLICS not HORSES! IMO you are now trolling on this forum!
You had your chance to grow up but obviously that nappy pin is soldered on!
    06-16-2007, 09:06 PM
Originally Posted by jr
Typical I'm the one getting the warning ,it wasn't me who started it on this thread, [/b]
And this is only because you continued and prodded on with 2 more post following your response. Elz replied once. You continued on.

This could have been an interesting conversation had it been handled differently. I wish you the best.
    06-16-2007, 10:04 PM
You are the measure of yourself jr.
    06-16-2007, 10:06 PM
Waaaaaiiiiitttt a second, is this guy seriously saying that its wrong to bend a horse around a circle? Haha you have to be kidding me
    06-16-2007, 10:14 PM

It's sad really.

JR, myself and the other members of the board will not be able to read your post. The ban will be lifted if deemed appropriate by the other moderators and/or the administrator. I doubt it will be.

Thank you.

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