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post #91 of 95 Old 09-10-2010, 12:56 PM
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Branch! C'mon! It's not BRIGHT YELLOW!

But - a branch is much more natural.

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post #92 of 95 Old 09-10-2010, 12:59 PM
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But - a branch is much more natural.
and would be much more inline with those that are "going green"

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post #93 of 95 Old 09-10-2010, 08:11 PM
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OMgoodness, this thread is NUTS!!!! I'm sitting here ROTFL, this is hilarious!

Oh, and get this....Clinton Anderson once kicked a horse in the barrel while he was working on backing her slowly from a trailer - she fishtailed and almost squashed him against the inside of the trailer! - and because he couldn't hit her with his stick at close-range, he picked up his foot and kicked her!
And I quote CA himself, "Now THAT is natural horsemanship, mates...nothin' more natural than your FOOT!"

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post #94 of 95 Old 09-10-2010, 09:41 PM
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Yellow looks good on your horse. I bet it would look good on Gracie but do not think it would look good on Cassie. Have to have the right color on the right horse.
Why, thank you, sir! I think I picked a good color for Ricci. Gracie's color is pink though. Hot pink. Pink and zebra stripes if I could find it, because it's not a "girly" pink, but a "punk" pink. It fits Gracie perfectly. =]

You are absolutely right, it has to be the right color on the right horse. And a chestnut/sorrel should never wear red. Ever. It hurts my eyes whenever I see it. Haha.

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But - a branch is much more natural.
Hmmmm.... But natural carrot stick is orange!
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