Join Date: Oct 2008
Location: Sweden - the land of carrots and apples
Even there you write like he's coming straght from the track, which I've said he isn't, and that he's already workin 20-30 minutes five days a week.. I mentioned him rushing in the walk.
Well, sorry for my hostileness then, but I'm so sick of hearing just everyone telling me that he should trot and not rack/pace, without even seeing him. More than your post already in this short thread as hinted things like ''the sooner you get rid of the rack...'' even tho I've said I want the rack. Not to mention tens of thusands answers before in different threads here and otherwise. If I say I want to keep his gait, I don't want advices on how to get rid of it.
Most are of course way more offencive than yours but they've made me quite ...bad tempered when it comes to the topic. And I got a bit disappointed because I had figured people in this forum has more sense than in the others and that it was a safe place to ask.
It's not an excuse, just an explanation.
Always keep your head up, but be careful to keep your nose at a friendly level.