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        03-27-2014, 06:12 PM
    I have had three people see my horse and tell me they think he is a retired bronc. So if that is the case then sometimes they are resold to unsuspecting people like me lol
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        03-27-2014, 07:27 PM
    Green Broke
    Rode a horse for awhile that was a pretty successful bronc before retiring.

    He was golden....as long as you didn't ride bare back.

    The moment you put your tush on his back you'd feel him suck in a breath. Tense up then next thing you know you're getting a flying lesson.

    He had phenomenal Confo and a sweet sweet disposition. Kind of wish he HAD been a stud. Would've loved to see one of his babies if he had been
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        03-27-2014, 08:06 PM
    Green Broke
    A friend had a gelding that was a retired bronc , he had been a bareback horse , and was only rode with a saddle, but if you put the back cinch a little to snug then he would dance in the clouds . He was also a little cold backed and needed warmed up before riding. He was a cute horse and liked sunflower seeds and half a beer for a snack when we rode in the mountains.
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        03-28-2014, 01:44 AM
    My horse is also good as long as you have a saddle and you DO NOT wear spurs.
    He is very responsive to my leg cues but he does buck if you wear spurs. He is a gelding but he HATES stallions.

    He is also cold backed but is pretty much over it now. When I first got him he would buck every time I would mount. He hasn't done that since September now.

    He could very well be sweetest horse I have had but he has some fear issues especially on the trail alone.
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