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        07-17-2009, 10:30 AM
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    not when it was childhood horses and ponies, now i'm about getting better now, not when training for myself or other people. Not everyone is spoiled with registered bred for the sport their interested in, stop bickering, waste of my time.
    Uh huh.
         
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        07-17-2009, 10:33 AM
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    I don't have to prove myself to you, who do you think you are to keep doing this all the time, I don't know if you do this to other people, but you wont have many friends if you don't just get a long. But that's not my problem.
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        07-17-2009, 11:14 AM
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        07-17-2009, 11:17 AM
      #24
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    Mercedes we see your point and you have made it, now you're just being a tool.

    Yes conformation is vital to figure out if a horse is built for a sport and to select a training prospect. However I see your point, I've trained plenty of little fugly conformational train wrecks to be packers.
    I would suggest some corrective work on those feet to get them to be where they need to be. Once his feet are correct, you should be all set to start barrels. :)
         
        07-17-2009, 12:18 PM
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    Green Broke
    ^ agreed!
         
        07-17-2009, 11:32 PM
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    Originally Posted by Spastic_Dove    
    Mercedes we see your point and you have made it, now you're just being a tool.

    Yes conformation is vital to figure out if a horse is built for a sport and to select a training prospect. However I see your point, I've trained plenty of little fugly conformational train wrecks to be packers.
    I would suggest some corrective work on those feet to get them to be where they need to be. Once his feet are correct, you should be all set to start barrels. :)

    Thank you very much Spastic Dove,
    His feet are looked after now, those pic's were taken a couple weeks ago the day before his trim, they're great now. I agree though about the pictures if his feet were still like that, my farrier ran busy and I was pushed ahead a bit when it came to get him trimmed, but back to normal and good now. I really appreciate your comment Spastic Dove, and Jillyann. I have started my barrel racing with him, and know what to look for in the future. Also thank you farmpony84, I deeply apologize where I have stated my rude comments, I felt as I needed to stand up and protect myself, but it will not happen again, thank you for re-instating that :) its something we all need to keep in mind.
         

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