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        02-05-2008, 06:45 AM
      #11
    Showing
    Vida, she 99% cases picks on horses for sale and people who breed low-level horses in unlimited quantities. :) I don't remember picking on horses like, say, in "Horse Pics" on this forum (that would be HORRIBLY mean in my opinion). I ended up getting 2 fuglies from bad situations myself, so.... I assume I'm stupid (customer) according to this blog, but... I don't care!

    However I don't always like her picking on people who FORCED to sell horses. While there are real nasty people who just have no clue, some just have no choice. I don't think anyone has right to judge those people.
         
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        02-05-2008, 12:17 PM
      #12
    Green Broke
    Bleh!! Whatís wrong with these pictures? They havenít been taught how to jump and the riders arenít helping! Sure, you get a bad jump once in a while but horses that jump like the first two are going to jump like that until theyíre taught otherwise. When youíre advertising a jumping horse for sale you want to get a picture of a horse with knees at least level. And sure, some great horses arenít the fanciest but have a heart of gold, but a horse with dangling knees (the first is bad, but the second one is scary) is downright dangerous as they can get a leg caught on a fence and flip over. Letís just say that George Morris would have a LOT to say about both the horses and the riderís positions if they entered a pic into the Jumping Clinic in PH magazine. I do have to say the last picture isnít bad (like you can help a horse closing its eyes) but the riderís jumping position isnít the best. (jumping way ahead, laying on her horseís neck). Asking $3500 for a horse thatís that green over fences is a little steep.
         

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