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post #31 of 87 Old 07-02-2012, 12:45 AM
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I'm beginning to believe Evaluna is a wannabee. He has been asked, repeatedly, to post videos to prove his skills. Put your money where your mouth is....so to speak.

So far, he has not shown anything. Living in a fantasy world, maybe?
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ive posted pictures of some of my horses on the picture section for anyone to see.
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post #33 of 87 Old 07-02-2012, 12:48 AM
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most of the horses ive seen in auctions come from people who loved their horses took care of them to the point where the horse had absolutley no respect for them so they end up in auctuion . call it what u w[will but my horses dont buck they dont rear bite kick out at people and i own stallions. horses need to be taught to respect or else .
I admit i've babied my mare, but guess what? She doesnt kick, bite, rear, or anything. Yeah, she's a mare, she's gonna have those mood swings. but she has never hurt anyone. I got her from a person that squeezed her ears as hard as they could, to make her put her head in the bridle. Was that respect? Not the heck it wasnt. I was nice about it, and slowly worked with her to get her head in the bridle. Im starting to see how you think on things. Your meaning of respect, is totally different. And you make it sound like your an amazing person for owning stallions for not biting and all, when you said yourself when they get around a mare, they act up. Well, i've seen alot of stallions that are super gentle, and act like geldings.

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Those are just pictures dont really prove anything except that your horses are infact not as soft looking as you have been leading on.
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this is what happens when regular folks take horses as pets and create these imaginary bonds. my horses are work horses and charreada horses . not trail horses not pets i keep in my back yard non of that.
This in an intersting statement. "Imaginary bonds"...So you mean to tell me that the mare I only used for work, was blind in one eye, a mare I rehabbed from an abusive rider (and yes it was actually abuse), who would run up to me in the pasture didn't actually have bond with me? That she didn't trust me. Last time I checked trust was based off of bonds. And I know that mare trusted me because I was the only person who she would run up to in the pasture when someone came out to catch her, all others she would run away from.

That certainly makes sense, because there obviously was no bond there at all. None what-so-ever. It's not like she trusted me or anything.

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ive posted pictures of some of my horses on the picture section for anyone to see.
Pictures dont explain everything. If you were to post a video, i almost garentee the horse will do something. And if it dont, you'll be sawing at his mouth, kicking, or doing something to try to get him to do exactly what you want by doing it the hard rough way.

My mare, responds to the lightest touch, and my voice. And she'll stop when you say woah. Maybe if you treated your hoses with respect and worked with them, the NICE way, i garentee they'll preform better for you.

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So far, he has not shown anything. Living in a fantasy world, maybe?
I'm not sure if I lived in a fantasy world I would waste my time on the internet. Kind of a lame fantasy land.
I'm thinking pretty meadows where my best friend, my horse, and I can frolic and play hide and seek together and I can comb her mane and tail all day long! And she'll love me forever and ever!

Oh wait, that's the world we all apparently live in...
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Well, all I can say is that its a good thing evaluna posted here. I mean, who else would we have to look up to?! Since he is a hell of a lot better horse person than any of us are...
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Well, all I can say is that its a good thing evaluna posted here. I mean, who else would we have to look up to?! Since he is a hell of a lot better horse person than any of us are...
Seriously, lol. I didnt know beating my horse and treating her like s*** would make her a better horse. Lmaooo. People like him make me hate the human race.

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I suggest this thread stop- It turning into a giant hate-fest. For all partiest- Be the more mature person and not respond....

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