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        08-21-2008, 06:51 AM
      #11
    Trained
    ....You no longer have that sagging feeling, do you??
         
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        08-21-2008, 01:26 PM
      #12
    Trained
    I would kill for my horses to have that as a natural head set! LUCKY!
         
        08-21-2008, 03:20 PM
      #13
    Foal
    OK - after watching this video, I am out the door to go see about getting a few videos of her and YOU guys (n gals) can see.

    According to the video, and what I have seen, that is what she does. Like AI said, I am headed out the door right now, I wanna shoot a few videos, and then watch someone else ride her so I can watch what she's doing (now that I know what I'm looking for.

    For sure that's how Ruby is holding her head (a touch higher, but not alot). I have never really watched her feet, placement , and order like the video shows, so I am going to check that out as well.

    The only part of the puzzel that doesn't fit, is why would ANYONE want to send out this/an excelent / very decently trained horse out for slaughter? (I'm not implying that it's OK for ANY horse at all) but especially one that's trained well.

    OK, I reread the last paragraph and that still sounds bad... I know what I wanna say, it's just not coming out right....I don't think any horse should be slaughtered. I just can't fathom it. But I can't fathom even more why one would want to slaughter a trained horse. Just don't make sence.

    Sorry I'm so wordy - I just get all worked up over that topic (Ya, a teary eyed GUY pony lover!)
         
        08-21-2008, 03:22 PM
      #14
    Weanling
    I'd love to see the video!!

    I'm not sure what you are asking about the slaughter..??
         
        08-21-2008, 03:43 PM
      #15
    Yearling
    I think what she's asking is why anyone would want to send a horse to slaughter when it was well-trained with desirable characteristics - I.e. It's not a wild poorly-built monster, it's a good riding horse, and surely therefore is going to be snapped up for someone who wants to use it, not eat it.
         
        08-21-2008, 04:01 PM
      #16
    Trained
    Financial reasons... increase in hay/grain prices... maybe his owner was heading off to college and to get quick money the sent him there.

    The list is endless....
         
        08-21-2008, 04:47 PM
      #17
    Super Moderator
    The owner may not have planned to send it to slaughter... money reasons may have forced to sell... could have sent her to auction or sold her unwittingly to a meat buyer... it's hard to tell......
         
        08-21-2008, 04:57 PM
      #18
    Showing
    Ruby I know what you mean about the headset of some horses on a trail. As a regular trail rider with groups I see different styles of horses and riders. A few: A) Many riders are new so they have a tendency to keep a short rein thus the horse is holding its head high to stay away from the pressure. B) Lots of gaited horses that are trail horses. They will have a higher head set when they are collected and in gait. C) Some horses are new to trail riding. They are a little bit ga-ga goofy because of all the sights sounds and smells of a new trail. When a horse is in alert mode the head naturally comes up.
    As long as she isn't dragging her nose in the grass trying to grab a bite, do as others have stated. Be proud of your relaxed mount and have fun
         
        08-21-2008, 04:59 PM
      #19
    Super Moderator
    My gaited boy carrys his head so high, it's inches from my nose! My QH... he just carries it wherever he's in the mood (trail is for fun so I don't collect on trail)....
         
        08-21-2008, 05:35 PM
      #20
    Trained
    Clair I'm pretty sure Ruby Tuesday is a guy.
         

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