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post #11 of 12 Old 03-13-2009, 11:43 AM
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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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post #12 of 12 Old 03-14-2009, 05:20 PM
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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..


Always keep your head up, but be careful to keep your nose at a friendly level.


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