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        06-06-2008, 01:20 AM
    Originally Posted by Gluey33
    Originally Posted by My2Geldings
    In my opinion someone who is that heavy and still rides is being very ignorant.

    As a trainer, would you want to be seen at a horse show with one of your clients who is to large for their horse plow around the arena?
    I thought the issue was with the horses feet not its size.

    And I will say again;
    "A big 16hh horse should be able to carry a fair weight. Most big people are concious of there weight and the limitations it puts on them. They've probably bought this horse because she is big and solid so you should have something solid to back up your opinion."
    Whatever the cause is, she did initially post "Well, Now I face the problem of telling the owners they are too big for her. They are pretty heavy. "
    So...I replied. :)
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