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post #21 of 29 Old 05-21-2012, 02:34 PM
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They don't if you don't get on a horse in the first place.. Guess who made that happen? I don't think it's that serious, but I'll be subjecting him to a number of bareback and stirrupless lessons, so it just might be later, lol.
I would buy the man a gaited horse. They are less apt to crush his parts.

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post #22 of 29 Old 05-21-2012, 04:24 PM
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I would buy the man a gaited horse. They are less apt to crush his parts.
Ha, he wishes (and so do I, if only I had the money to just buy a horse). I only have a horse because I have a grandmother who loves horses and wanted to buy one with me. I don't have any other horses for him to learn on, so it's either this, nothing, or paying for expensive lessons (and money is a bit of a problem for now).

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So that's what have you been planning all along! You want to geld me!

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post #24 of 29 Old 05-21-2012, 04:39 PM
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So that's what have you been planning all along! You want to geld me!
Oh, ****, I've been discovered :/

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post #25 of 29 Old 05-21-2012, 05:27 PM
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Well I think this post is rather nuts pardon then pun, I think you should not have your girlfriend as your trainer(that might be a conflict of interest) I think this post is bogus to be honest, just feel that your are looking to be funny. You said you had an ill fitting saddle, if it fit you wrong then I am sure it did not fit the horses right, and if so why did your girlfriend not know that she is a trainer. Good luck with that wow
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post #26 of 29 Old 05-21-2012, 05:35 PM
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Well I think this post is rather nuts pardon then pun, I think you should not have your girlfriend as your trainer(that might be a conflict of interest) I think this post is bogus to be honest, just feel that your are looking to be funny. You said you had an ill fitting saddle, if it fit you wrong then I am sure it did not fit the horses right, and if so why did your girlfriend not know that she is a trainer. Good luck with that wow
Well, thanks for that very intelligent addition to this thread. Obviously you did not read all the posts and if you did, you did not read very well. As said girlfriend, I am not a trainer, I own one horse, but I have read a lot, tried a lot, and worked a lot with my horse, and I have simply offered my boyfriend to teach him what I know. Therefore, I will be an instructor in the literal sense of the word (I'll be instructing), but I'm not a riding instructor.

The post wasn't meant to be pointless, maybe the thread after it did kind of go there, but what do you care?

Then back to your ability to read previous posts - there was no ill-fitting saddle, just not a super comfortable saddle, and the reason I couldn't do anything about it was because we went on a trail ride on horses owned by the hotel where we were staying at the moment, and believe me, I did my best to pick out the best tack possible for those horses before we got on (the people there were very nice and good-willing, just not super knowledgeable, and available tack was limited). I'll also have you know we switched horses the second day and I came to find out what a madly bumpy trot that horse had, amplified by the fact we were on the trail and the horse was excited.
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Do as you will lol, I guess that was you "busting my balls lol" Have a wonderful day dear......
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post #28 of 29 Old 05-22-2012, 08:16 AM
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lol at the fight. This thread was a ball to read (sorry had a joke at your expense). I got an incredibly good kick outta what sky said, seriously I laughed out loud. I really hope your body parts are recovering or youve seen a doctor and good luck teaching him.. All the guys I know that ride catch on really quickly to barebacking, even if it hurts them more theyve always been such naturals! Thankyou for this post. It gave me my first laugh for today(its 10:15pm at night). And goodluck! :)

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post #29 of 29 Old 05-22-2012, 02:52 PM Thread Starter
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Took some time today and went to my family doctor. Seems I'm as healthy as a stallion (since we use puns in every post).

Also, this thread seems to had fulfilled its purpose. Thanks all of you for turning it into something funny. Cheers!
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