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    10-30-2009, 05:16 AM
Green Broke
LMBO!! Yup I love!
More of what they forget to tell ya:

-Bomb Proof(wont move under Any circumstances)

-Has Beautiful Walk and Trot (yeah but there is no stopping him when he gets the canter,*ZOOOOMMMMM!!!)

-Started(but now there IS NO STOPPING HIM)

-Winning Bloodlines(that somehow didn't get passed along)

-Jumps four feet(yeah right out of his pasture daily)

-Sound(when he's not lame)

-Perfect(if you have a death wish)

-Nice Gelding(when you are wearing hockey pads or a full armor suit)

-Flashy!!(REALLY high maintinance)


-Quarter horse= Ford F150(utilitarian favorite of cowpokes the world over)

-Thoroghbred= Jaguar( flashy,runs hot, and is always in the shop)

-Warmblood= Station Wagon (roomy but turning radius could improve)

-Pony= Mini Cooper(eats less hay/gas)

-Backyard Cross= Volvo (safe sturdy and will be around for your kids.. and their kids)

-Saddlebred= Impala(pretty, if you are into that sort of thing)

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    10-30-2009, 05:26 AM
Now I know how to interpret those horse adds! Thanks for that! LOL

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