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post #11 of 76 Old 09-06-2010, 09:10 PM
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there was NO float in the rope! Means he was not leading but dragging, he didnt know the difference!
All horses start to lead well somewhere, and invariably some will start as "draggers" before they learn better.

Although, as I was not an eyewitness my comments have been deemed irrelevant.

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post #12 of 76 Old 09-07-2010, 12:09 AM
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oh sorry. I didn't realize we weren't supposed to share our opinions on a public forum. Can you please clarify the point of the thread? That would help us out a lot for when we comment.
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post #13 of 76 Old 09-07-2010, 03:41 AM
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It is very sad to see some many that make comments on someone that have not watched in person or worked with that horse.

I am guessing that this person drinks a lot or has some other issues. He/she posts a thread and then has a problem with people responding to it as they don't know and were not there. So why tell us?

I realize I have a small voice as I am new here, but please ignore this person and maybe they will go away.
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AlexS, your avatar is EPIC :)

Sorry, off topic. Not that there seems to really be a topic, but I was off the non-topic.

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post #15 of 76 Old 09-07-2010, 10:32 AM
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Being a guy it is not hard for me to spot one posting on a forum and I welcome other men to the pursuit of horses.

Nobody2121 sounds like a clinician groupie that has gotten into horses more seriously in the last few years and feels that he has really gotten a real corner on the knowledge market by attending and studying the big name trainers.

You would be wise to keep the learning hat on around here and pick up a thing or two more for your riding journey.

It also helps if you share more than just jabs at the new riders on the forum.

Horseman help other horseman.

Here,let me show you how it works.......

Two year old being introduced to cattle for the first time.
See I have a Hackamore too.

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post #16 of 76 Old 09-07-2010, 10:36 AM
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Cool photo, Marecare!

I know nothing about working cattle, but I've always admired people who do it and make it look easy.
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post #17 of 76 Old 09-07-2010, 10:36 AM Thread Starter
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Here,let me show you how it works.......

Two year old being introduced to cattle for the first time.
See I have a Hackamore too.
Let me show how it works... "get a Hackamore that fits!"
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post #18 of 76 Old 09-07-2010, 10:42 AM
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Let me show how it works... "get a Hackamore that fits!"

There is a tradition in the West with Hackamores and you just clearly just identified yourself as a poser,a tourist and a watcher.

Come back after you have attended a couple more clinics.

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Two year old being introduced to cattle for the first time. See I have a Hackamore too.
Do you keep them in hackamore as you progress or switch to the bridle at some point?
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There is a tradition in the West with Hackamores and you just clearly just identified yourself as a poser,a tourist and a watcher.

Come back after you have attended a couple more clinics.
get serious, that hackamore is a joke!
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