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    02-19-2012, 04:59 PM
  #531
Weanling
i love it

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Originally Posted by Golden Horse    
Me to, but then some people have a very negative self image and think they belong here.

I figure I've solved the big thigh issue, I'm going to wear black breeches, and black tack on my big black horse, you won't be able to see the joins that way
what a great idea now if I only had an all black horse LOL
     
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    02-19-2012, 08:16 PM
  #532
Trained
He looks like the Paint I rode awhile ago
     
    02-20-2012, 10:33 PM
  #533
Green Broke
AWESOME forum idea! I didn't read all 54 pages, but holy moley, we have some drop dead shmexy curvy ladies on this forum!

I'm 5'6" and right now I'm 200lbs. My ultimate goal is 160lbs because I love being a curvy woman, I just dislike how this extra 40 pounds affects my riding. I've been 125lbs before and I don't think I looked good at all.

I have a 900lb 14.3hh Arab who carries me just fine and an 1,100lb 15hh Paint who acts like she's dying in deep snow. I think it may just be that she's lazy and not actually my weight!








     
    02-21-2012, 05:04 PM
  #534
Trained
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Originally Posted by MacabreMikolaj    
AWESOME forum idea! I didn't read all 54 pages, but holy moley, we have some drop dead shmexy curvy ladies on this forum!

I'm 5'6" and right now I'm 200lbs. My ultimate goal is 160lbs because I love being a curvy woman, I just dislike how this extra 40 pounds affects my riding. I've been 125lbs before and I don't think I looked good at all.

I have a 900lb 14.3hh Arab who carries me just fine and an 1,100lb 15hh Paint who acts like she's dying in deep snow. I think it may just be that she's lazy and not actually my weight!








all the horses look happy
Nice to meet you
     
    02-23-2012, 09:57 AM
  #535
Foal
Smile

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Originally Posted by MacabreMikolaj    
AWESOME forum idea! I didn't read all 54 pages, but holy moley, we have some drop dead shmexy curvy ladies on this forum!

I'm 5'6" and right now I'm 200lbs. My ultimate goal is 160lbs because I love being a curvy woman, I just dislike how this extra 40 pounds affects my riding. I've been 125lbs before and I don't think I looked good at all.

I have a 900lb 14.3hh Arab who carries me just fine and an 1,100lb 15hh Paint who acts like she's dying in deep snow. I think it may just be that she's lazy and not actually my weight!








I think they all look great to me! I agree w/previous posts, I, MYSELF, feel better thinner - less self concious, more comfortable, blah blah blah...but, that's my own self-image issues, my Hubby says I'm nuts & I actually Never really *think* I look "good", whether I have lost or gained! I think everyone's pics look great because you all look HAPPY and so do your Furbabies!!!


...by the way...MacabreMikolaj - Please share your routine/secrets for keeping your Paint's white SOOOO WHITE & BRIGHT?! I BOW to Thee!!!
     
    02-23-2012, 01:59 PM
  #536
Trained
I had my tummy stapled a while ago and went down to 150
I was very grouchy and then gained most of the weight back after a
Bad breakup
After a few years I decided to lose weight again
Now back and want to lose
When I am stressed I eat
And having a mother in law that resents me for marrying her precious son that dos not help either
     
    02-23-2012, 10:23 PM
  #537
Green Broke
Pfffft, the ordeals I went through at that show to keep her white were RIDICULOUS. Let's just say that white spray paint is your best friend! Both mornings I woke up to new poo stains on her legs, on her back where she'd managed to hike her ENTIRE blanket up to expose it, and then the spot where it seeped right through her slinky onto her neck!

She's FILTHY right now, we have no wash rack and the only reason she's even remotely white is because of her winter blanket. Those lovely disgusting stains on her back legs are all sticky pee and I have no way of washing them! Come summer, that fur will be STAINED yellow and NOTHING will make it white except spray paint!

If I have any word of advice for ANY horse owner - don't EVER buy a white horse! I love Jynxy to pieces, but shows are SO stressful it's INSANITY!
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    02-23-2012, 11:00 PM
  #538
Started
I just like to eat....plain and simple....and I'm happy with that.

No white horses for me....
     
    02-23-2012, 11:15 PM
  #539
Trained
I love food especially chocolate
     
    02-24-2012, 12:40 AM
  #540
Started
Me and my twig daughter....she takes after my husband's build, not mine. I ride Belle so I look like a twig too!
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