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post #11 of 13 Old 07-22-2013, 01:39 AM
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Dreamcatcher you gelded that horse? As my youngest nephew says when he is not happy with something "you are no more good to me".
Did you collect enough to justify that or should any male be wary around you? LOL Shalom
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post #12 of 13 Old 07-22-2013, 01:46 AM
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Dreamcatcher you gelded that horse? As my youngest nephew says when he is not happy with something "you are no more good to me".
Did you collect enough to justify that or should any male be wary around you? LOL Shalom
I didn't collect anything Donald. I've quit breeding and sold all my mares but 1. He's an extremely happy gelding who retained all of his good stallion qualities, just now he can run with his herd full time. He no longer gets told he can't be in certain shows or ridden on certain trail rides, he gets to go everywhere with me. I had 3 really nice foals by him, and sold them all.
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I really like and have high respect for you and how you handled the situation by gelding him once you didnt see it beneficial to keep him a stallion, and changed his long term enjoyment of life. I have high respects for anyone who thinks of horses that way and offer them a good long term option.
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