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    04-06-2008, 05:47 PM
  #1
Foal
How To make Your Parents Let You Buy Or Lease A Horse?

How could you make your parents let you have a horse?

1.you could get a job?

2.You could act responibly to show yourparents your responsible enough to have your own Responsibilities.

If You Have Anymore Ideas Please Post Them On This Topic...Thank You
     
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    04-06-2008, 06:00 PM
  #2
Green Broke
I just bugged my parents forever about it. The only real reason I was aloud to get a horse was because we found a horse for $800 and we found a really cheap place to board at.
     
    04-07-2008, 03:40 PM
  #3
Foal
Thats a smart idea... I think i'll Try that... but see I ride at chance stables and wats the point of finding a cheep place for you to bored them if you don't ride their?
     
    04-07-2008, 03:54 PM
  #4
Foal
Hello

Hello

My uncle bought me my very first horse. I made a Bet with him. When I was 14 he said if I still love horses as much as I do now and was still having riding lessons when im 16, then he promised to buy me a horse.

So when I was 16 lol, he bought me a horse. He has regreted making that Bet ever since lol.
     
    04-07-2008, 03:56 PM
  #5
Foal
LOL nice I think I should make a bet with my parents and make them promise if I win they have to cause usually when I make a bet with my parents like that they usually say no...LOL
     
    04-07-2008, 04:42 PM
  #6
Banned
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Originally Posted by HorseBackRiderChik123
thats a smart idea... I think i'll Try that... but see I ride at chance stables and wats the point of finding a cheep place for you to bored them if you don't ride their?
I'm going to have to disagree. That is NOT a smart idea. Just because you find a hosre for a cheap price doesn't mean it will be a good horse. Ginger said herself that her first horse she sold because she didn't feel comfortable riding riding him.

I convinced my parents due to I have a job and I am paying for Sonny by myself. I pay for everything...farrier, vet, board, and everything.

Also show your parents that you are responsible enough to take care of a horse. A horse is a HUGE responsiblity (yes I'm sure you know that already). Try doing some work at a stable to show your parents that you are going to stay interested with horses.
     
    04-07-2008, 04:43 PM
  #7
Foal
I totaly Agree
     
    04-07-2008, 05:14 PM
  #8
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by SonnyWimps
Quote:
Originally Posted by HorseBackRiderChik123
thats a smart idea... I think i'll Try that... but see I ride at chance stables and wats the point of finding a cheep place for you to bored them if you don't ride their?
I'm going to have to disagree. That is NOT a smart idea. Just because you find a hosre for a cheap price doesn't mean it will be a good horse. Ginger said herself that her first horse she sold because she didn't feel comfortable riding riding him.

I convinced my parents due to I have a job and I am paying for Sonny by myself. I pay for everything...farrier, vet, board, and everything.

Also show your parents that you are responsible enough to take care of a horse. A horse is a HUGE responsiblity (yes I'm sure you know that already). Try doing some work at a stable to show your parents that you are going to stay interested with horses.

Yep that horse definitely wasn't right for me. He was green broke and I was a beginner. Not a good match...
     
    04-07-2008, 05:16 PM
  #9
Foal
Ya hopefully if I do that they'll say yes..LOL
     
    04-07-2008, 05:27 PM
  #10
Green Broke
But make sure you get a horse that is right for you and your riding level...
     

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