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post #61 of 70 Old 04-17-2013, 12:36 AM
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Balance, I'm guessing.
I wanna see you do that.
You will! (Hopefully!) I'm getting my sliding plates put back on end of May!! Haha it would probably be good for me to practice like that.....my one arm always pops out to offer a cold one everytime I'm stopping!!!
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You will! (Hopefully!) I'm getting my sliding plates put back on end of May!! Haha it would probably be good for me to practice like that.....my one arm always pops out to offer a cold one everytime I'm stopping!!!
You crazy one armed wall paper hanger ;)

I DON'T LEAD 'EM AND FEED 'EM, I RIDE 'EM AND SLIDE 'EM.
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You crazy one armed wall paper hanger ;)
LOL!!! I will never forget having that yelled at me! Hilarious!!
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WS is here, yeahhhh!
So, what do you look for, conformation wise in an Arabian?
What kind of saddle fits best, with the short, round back?
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LOL!!! I will never forget having that yelled at me! Hilarious!!
That is comparable to what I was told when jumping and my horse parked...." pretty good....now if you would kindly take your horse with you over the jump"...
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I'm so thankful for all the nutters, screamers, ravers, scone-droppers and downright scary bosses, trainers and coworkers I've had in my life......my skin is so thick you could flay me and make a saddle out of me
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Yup. Same here. At least we learned something
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Now here is an interesting development, my neighbor, who has 17 Morgans, spent $10 000 on reining training for one of them (so she says) and because of her owners health the mare just sits there, should I ask if I can take her for a while
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Now here is an interesting development, my neighbor, who has 17 Morgans, spent $10 000 on reining training for one of them (so she says) and because of her owners health the mare just sits there, should I ask if I can take her for a while
Hahaha I love that finger tapper you have there!!! And to answer your question:

YES
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I guess you're not sure on that one then?
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