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Should you tie a yellow ribbon in the tail of a "proud cut" gelding?

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        03-13-2009, 12:43 PM
    Originally Posted by iridehorses    
    So, to sum this up, if you have a green stallion that kicks, and bites, you would have red, green, and yellow ribbons tied to his tail and a red one to his mane?

    He's look like a kids "My Little Pony" or at least a refuge from a ribbon factory going down the trail!

    Just because some of us can size up a situation quickly doesn't mean everyone can. The ribbons - used correctly - in a public park or on large trail rides, can save life and limb.
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        03-14-2009, 06:20 PM
    Hm.. green.. I should use that..

    Never heard of it tho, so I better put a sign on there as well.. ''green broke'' :P
    And in swedish too so I'm sure people get it..

    Good he doesn't kick, bite or mate, at least I only need one ribbon :P

    Why don't everybody just use signs, then we won't have to worry about people understanding the colour codes..

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