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An own son of Samtyr.

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        08-02-2013, 09:08 AM
      #171
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        08-04-2013, 03:46 AM
      #172
    Foal
    Also watching this :3

    I know the lady who had him before you did, and loved him to bits and pieces; I'm glad he's being a good boy for you :) I'd give him a very light riding once a month or so (I have my own to horse to work, so sadly couldn't afford to give Sam my full attention- I'm still a teenager and don't have an unlimited amount of time), and would ride him bareback with a very simple bit and he always did fabulous for me- even when there was a mare in the arena.

    He's very stallion-y in his paddock, but you put a halter on him or a bit in his mouth, and he's all work mode. I can't wait to see those full body photos, and the babies! I'll have to keep an eye on any of those who end up for sale! His personality is fabulous when he's settled in his environment and I hope that passes down to his foals.
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        08-04-2013, 08:11 AM
      #173
    Green Broke
    Welcome to the forum, bedhead. It's nice to have someone else who knows him .... If you want you can come visit with us on the Texas Thread.

    Cheers!

    Texas Horse Friends
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        08-04-2013, 11:21 PM
      #174
    Trained
    By the description of Sam you just posted I can tell you spent some time with him.
    He is a great horse and I do not regret taking him .
    I like the lady who presented Sam to me and I intend to take lessons from her.
    Anyone that would take a horse and care for him for the length of time she had him for free is a wonderful person in my book. Shalom
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        08-05-2013, 12:16 AM
      #175
    Foal
    He's a lovely horse; I rode him any time I was able from July of last year up until you obtained him, but like I said earlier, I sadly don't have an unlimited amount of time The woes of the graduate-turned-broke-college-kid.

    Ee, wonderful~ Perhaps we'll run into each other if you do. It was 3 am when I posted the first time so by 'I know her', in my sleep deprived brain that was suppose to be 'I work for her'.

    I haven't ridden Ziggy personally yet, but I've watched him be worked by the man who's currently riding him, and he's a wonderful gelding; He comes up to me in paddock anytime I step outside the barn!

    As much as I miss Sam (he was the first stallion I was ever allowed to really work with, and helped me personally grow as a rider since it's a whole different world from riding my lovely gelding, so he'll forever have a place with me.), I am so happy he's got a home and a purpose now!
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        08-05-2013, 03:01 PM
      #176
    Trained
    Maybe after you have mastered pictures, we could get a video... LOL
    My guys are sort of dead heads to ride now.
    My six year old acts like she is 30.
    "No, Momma, I CAN'T!!"
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        08-05-2013, 03:43 PM
      #177
    Green Broke
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    Originally Posted by WSArabians    
    Maybe after you have mastered pictures, we could get a video... LOL
    My guys are sort of dead heads to ride now.
    My six year old acts like she is 30.
    "No, Momma, I CAN'T!!"
    BWA HA HA HA HA HA!!!! ... just sayin' ....
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        08-05-2013, 06:30 PM
      #178
    Trained
    Bedhead thanks for the update on Ziggy. He is indeed a wonderful horse and he should do well in any direction he is pointed.
    I just did not have a purpose for him and he really needed some more professional training.
    I need to come over and talk to Sams former owner we did talk about finding a trainer for some of my other horses.
    Please tell her Sam is doing fine .
    WSarabians your horses are still thawing out from the Artic winter they are forced to endure. I have repeatedly offered to winter them here in Texas.
    Texasgal it is not very classy to laugh at people who are internet idiots. LOL
    Besides as long as I can't post pictures you and kctop will always have the excuse to show up. Shalom
         
        08-08-2013, 12:07 PM
      #179
    Trained
    You can take my horses but then you have to deal with me!
         
        08-08-2013, 03:39 PM
      #180
    Trained
    We Texans have defeated the Comanches, the Mexican Army, were never occuppied by the Union forces during the Civil War, I think I can handle a Canadian.
    Besides that I can call the men in the little white coats to take you away for an extended visit at one of our "facilities". LOL Shalom
         

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