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post #1 of 17 Old 07-08-2013, 02:49 AM Thread Starter
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Hello from Idaho!

Hi,

My name is Tasha but you can call me hybrid if youd like. I've studied horses ever since I was 5 and I never had the chance to own one until now. I will be needing alot of questions answered so hopefully at the same time I can make some friends :)
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post #2 of 17 Old 07-08-2013, 03:48 AM
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Welcome to the forum hybrid

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post #3 of 17 Old 07-08-2013, 11:04 AM
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Welcome, and there will be plenty of answers to those questions! :)

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post #4 of 17 Old 07-08-2013, 11:09 AM
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Welcome to the forum!!! If you have any questions I would be glad to help you!!

I see you are near Emmet, I have a few family there! I grew up in Boise. But I moved, haha!

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post #5 of 17 Old 07-08-2013, 12:19 PM Thread Starter
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Welcome to the forum!!! If you have any questions I would be glad to help you!!

I see you are near Emmet, I have a few family there! I grew up in Boise. But I moved, haha!
oh cool! I grew up in boise and then my family moved to emmett haha :)
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post #6 of 17 Old 07-08-2013, 03:41 PM Thread Starter
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Hi,

My name is Tasha but you can call me hybrid if youd like. I've studied horses ever since I was 5 and I never had the chance to own one until now. I will be needing alot of questions answered so hopefully at the same time I can make some friends :)
I also want to say that alot of people have been calling me a youngster I'm 22 years old i've studied horse moods and i've been around horses alot I just have never owned one and i've only had enough lessons to learn the basics up to trotting. Also, before I go any further, if you can't stand the way I type then you need to stop reading this and go someplace else where proper grammar is typed in :) thanks. Anyways, I do look forward to learning how to train my own horse and alot of people are telling me not to get lexy because she's 4 years old and seems like she doesnt have alot of experience with riding I don't plan on getting on her back right away because I prefer to groom and get to know a horse I prefer to lead them around then be on their back right away. I'm not completely stupid im not horse dumb I just don't know everything that most people do. My parents stationed us out in the country when I was 7 and I never got to be in 4H because my parents didnt know about it until I was 19. So at 20 I took lessons from a gal who agreed that if I cleaned out the stalls she would teach me how to ride horse. It went well until her family decided to move to someplace out of the country and my lessons stopped there I have not forgotten any of those lessons she taught me alot of stuff.
My cousin is also leading me in this whole horse getting stuff and she approved of the mare her only problem with the mare is that she was rusty on turning in a halter which tells her she's never been ridden with the halter on bareback just a bridle on bareback. Im not giving up on this mare because alot of people seem to think just because I don't have alot of experience that the mare aint right for me. I plan on taking riding lessons and training lessons and learn how to train lexy in the long run. She's already broken to ride she just needs work and I have all the time in the world.

Thanks for reading.
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post #7 of 17 Old 07-08-2013, 03:52 PM
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Also, before I go any further, if you can't stand the way I type then you need to stop reading this and go someplace else where proper grammar is typed in :) thanks.
Hi Tasha and welcome to the forum!

I just wanted to comment quickly on the above statement you've made here.

Using proper grammar is highly encouraged here on the Horse Forum and, in fact, we prohibit net-speak.

The reason is simple. It is much much much easier for our members to help each other out with questions and ideas if they can understand what an original poster is asking. Using run-on sentences with little to no punctuation and no paragraph breaks makes it extremely difficult for others to discern what is being asked.

There are a ton of knowledgeable horse lovers on this board who are very generous with their advice and encouragement. And a lot of newbie horse owners who learn from the questions asked by others. I would imagine most of those members will simply bypass anyone who posts in the fashion I just described.

So if you don't want those members to pass you by, I suggest you try and write your posts in more readable manner.

Trust me, you won't be sorry.

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post #8 of 17 Old 07-08-2013, 07:12 PM Thread Starter
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Hi Tasha and welcome to the forum!

I just wanted to comment quickly on the above statement you've made here.

Using proper grammar is highly encouraged here on the Horse Forum and, in fact, we prohibit net-speak.

The reason is simple. It is much much much easier for our members to help each other out with questions and ideas if they can understand what an original poster is asking. Using run-on sentences with little to no punctuation and no paragraph breaks makes it extremely difficult for others to discern what is being asked.

There are a ton of knowledgeable horse lovers on this board who are very generous with their advice and encouragement. And a lot of newbie horse owners who learn from the questions asked by others. I would imagine most of those members will simply bypass anyone who posts in the fashion I just described.

So if you don't want those members to pass you by, I suggest you try and write your posts in more readable manner.

Trust me, you won't be sorry.
well it didnt bother any other forum so my bad. Ill just leave im trying to get the admin to delete my account. :) its no big I have a way of doing things on my own it was a mistake on my part to come here.
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Oh, my....really?

You'd be surprised what you might learn here.
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post #10 of 17 Old 07-09-2013, 11:32 PM
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Welcome to the forum!!

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