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Are all Barrel Horses "Hot" or is it the training they receive?

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        01-19-2011, 05:14 PM
      #41
    Weanling
    Hehehe...mine is also OTT... :)
         
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        01-19-2011, 05:45 PM
      #42
    Yearling
    HAHA, I just rode my horse Hero, I didn't see hot no where. I must be mistaking his hyperness with hotness. He was really calm and collective. My step dad rode him around the barrels. For one thing I didn't know my step dad could barrel race. (He seemed better then me!)

    Anyway DiamondsMyLady My horse barrel races and he's off the track. If you read Streakin's post she has a off the track running barrels to. And if Eclipse295 Has no complaints about off track horses I guess we can talk about them. Like the two said a high % of barrel horses come off the track. (Witch don't feel bad I didn't know that either.)
         
        01-19-2011, 07:47 PM
      #43
    Foal
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    Originally Posted by HopalongCassidy    
    HAHA, I just rode my horse Hero, I didn't see hot no where. I must be mistaking his hyperness with hotness. He was really calm and collective. My step dad rode him around the barrels. For one thing I didn't know my step dad could barrel race. (He seemed better then me!)

    Anyway DiamondsMyLady My horse barrel races and he's off the track. If you read Streakin's post she has a off the track running barrels to. And if Eclipse295 Has no complaints about off track horses I guess we can talk about them. Like the two said a high % of barrel horses come off the track. (Witch don't feel bad I didn't know that either.)

    I realize this, but a lot of OTTs are used in other disciplines. It's more towards barrel racing, not just breed. And I'm not saying not to, obviously I have no right, but we should try n incorperate some talk of what the subject is too. That's all :]
         
        01-20-2011, 08:34 AM
      #44
    Yearling
    ^^^ Right

    Well I say some people might mistake hot for hyper, My horse is really prances when we finish the barrels, yesterday he wasn't that bad, my step dad barrel raced him though, so ya I think some horses are trained to be hot just some people mistake hot for ready to go. If you can't control the horse its hot and rambunctious and not good to have. You can get your self and your horse/horses hurt.
         

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