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post #1 of 81 Old 07-19-2009, 09:42 PM Thread Starter
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Somthing i taught diamond

Titile says it all. aha ignore the thing that says true horsemanship elise did thataha


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post #2 of 81 Old 08-03-2009, 11:31 AM
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haha. That's pretty cool! Will your horse listen if you just squeeze instead of kicking though?

I wish I could teach my horse to do that.

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awww Diamond is so cute! I love hopping on my horse bareback with no halter and leadrope... of course I haven't done it in a while because I don't have an enclosed arena where I live and I'm scared to do it otherwise! lol

Was that Rowdy looking at the camera?

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okay I am going play mom here, where is your helmet, and are you barefoot? sort of looked like it on the vid.... just saying please be careful ;)
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okay I am going play mom here, where is your helmet, and are you barefoot? sort of looked like it on the vid.... just saying please be careful ;)
I also noticed the horse being ridden was pinning it's ears. If a horse is THAT unhappy, it leads to bad behavior.
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oh, man. I didn't even notice the helmet thing the first time...

Yes, I agree with lovemyponies. A helmet... Every time. I've seen way too many people get hurt that way... even on the flat!

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Morgan... I watched that video and you had me sighing. I feel like you keep setting yourself up for lectures! In this video you had no helmet on, you really need to wear a helmet. I'm an adult and I wear a helmet. And why don't you have any shoes on! UGH!

It's a cute video and it's neat that you are doing stuff like that with your horse, he seems like a really sweet boy but please, safety first!

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Dude people, chill out. She can wear a helmet if she wants to. And I go without shoes all the time bareback, you don't really need them unless you are in a saddle.

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You all need to read a story I read about a woman who was out in flip-flops just "hangin out" with her horses. One stomp at a fly on the horses leg and off went the womans big toe. Not a pretty thing in sandals in the summer to have a stump at the end of your foot.

Other than that kinda cute vid


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It is (or should) be mandatory for people under the age of 18 to have a helmet on when riding at a stable (some place that is not your own)

I know if you are under 18 you need to have wear a helmet in NJ.. dont know about other states.

I think its irresponsible to have a loose horse out when another horse is being ridden. IMO that's just setting things up for disaster....

I understand you want to have a good time and all, but please take your safety into account, and the safety of those around you.
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