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post #5261 of 7202 Old 12-07-2012, 03:29 PM
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Yeah I hope someone buys him. I would but I dont have $3000. Too many horses here already. I wouldnt trade another horse for him in fear of them treating it bad.
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post #5262 of 7202 Old 12-07-2012, 03:32 PM
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Not sure where you're located but if you can, come watch the stockshow parade in January in downtown fort worth. There are always tons of "dancing" horses in the parade. They are poorly behaved and the owners can't handle them. Last year one poorly behaved scared one was in front of me in the parade. The riders wife or gf walked up and tried to put their little 2 year old kid on the back behind the rider!!!! The horse started freaking out and the kids parents did nothing. Poor kid was hanging on for dear life. Finally a parade monitor came and told them not to do that. Crazy people!!!
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post #5263 of 7202 Old 12-07-2012, 04:47 PM
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Not sure where you're located but if you can, come watch the stockshow parade in January in downtown fort worth. There are always tons of "dancing" horses in the parade. They are poorly behaved and the owners can't handle them. Last year one poorly behaved scared one was in front of me in the parade. The riders wife or gf walked up and tried to put their little 2 year old kid on the back behind the rider!!!! The horse started freaking out and the kids parents did nothing. Poor kid was hanging on for dear life. Finally a parade monitor came and told them not to do that. Crazy people!!!
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I am way to far away from that... like in another Country away! lol

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post #5264 of 7202 Old 12-07-2012, 05:20 PM
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Oh lol. Maybe we can get a video then. Lol
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post #5265 of 7202 Old 12-07-2012, 05:20 PM
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It is 2000 horses in the parade. The most unorganized parade lol
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post #5266 of 7202 Old 12-07-2012, 05:31 PM
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what trainer tells you your horse is untrainable?
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We offer a wide variety of training at our facility. Colt starting, Finished prospects to take in whatever direction you want such as barrel racing, team roping, trail horses etc. We also offer training for problem horses as well and we will inform you of there progress, as to whether they are trainable or not. We use the Clinton Anderson method as well as our own during training sessions. To find out more about our ranch and what we have to offer please feel free to call Darin at 903-588-0266. All horses are required to have current coggins and the horse owner is required to provide feed and hay for your horse. This is due to so many owners using different feed ! Training is done in 30 day increments which actually takes roughly 45 days due weather and unforeseen issues. You are only charged for the days your horse is trained not the bad weather days. Typically prices start at $400.00 for 30 days of training for colt starting and go up from there depending on what you expect from your horse. Give me a call and lets talk horses as we have 11 of our own on the ranch
I agree with Caljane for the most part. An honest trainer will tell you immediately if they cannot train the horse in question for whatever the owner is wanting.

Me, personally, I have sent a horse home because I didn't have the capability of riding it. I'm a horse trainer but not a bronc rider, I can ride an average young horse buck, but this mare bucked like a rodeo bronc and, in spite of riding her a lot and trying to get her over it, I couldn't ever stick with her so I was actually doing more harm than good.

So, I called the owner and straight up told them that I couldn't ride their horse and I told them exactly what she was doing. They came and picked her up and insisted that they at least pay for her feed and board even though I didn't want them to.

The previous trainer that they had taken her to before me wasn't quite so honest. He rode her a few times (and I know him so I'm fairly convinced he's the one that taught her to buck so hard), took their money for 30 days training, and then one day just dumped the horse back in the owner's pasture without so much as a note.
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post #5267 of 7202 Old 12-07-2012, 06:40 PM
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Not a bad at all, just one of the funniest names I've seen!

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post #5268 of 7202 Old 12-07-2012, 08:49 PM
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Good with kids...but not kid broke...?
And just look at the spelling and grammar!
Yikes...
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post #5269 of 7202 Old 12-07-2012, 09:01 PM
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Good with kids but not kod broke could mean she's good on the ground/ friendly but a bit too much for a kid to ride( my old gelding was this way total dead head for kids leading/grooming/ feeding/ etc but was a total jerk and hot head when riding for the most part although towards the end of my time with him i gave a little girl a walking lesson) .
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post #5270 of 7202 Old 12-07-2012, 09:58 PM
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This makes me really sad. Understandably, the horse sounds dangerous, but it also sounds like the people who have him didn't have a clue when they bought him. It's too bad there isn't more information. An experienced trainer might be able to correct his behaviour.


Wanted: Any coming Horse Sales
Does anyone know of an upcoming horse sale in the area?
Or a meat buyer who will pick up?

Friends of mine who are not experienced horse people were recently given a horse to love. He is supposedly a well broke, loving, grandkids horse.

I went to see him to give them some tips on how to care for their new companion. I have a hard time believing this guy was ever a family horse.
He is quiet and loves the attention, as long as it is on his terms. If not, he turns and fires, with the accuracy to connect with your head - he looks and aims.

I don't want to see anyone hurt by this horse, so therefore not even recommending experienced horse owners / trainers to take him on.

If anyone knows of a meat buyer, or upcoming sale, we would like to be informed, so no one get seriously injured.
There are so many wonderful horses out there needing homes, I'd rather see them buy a horse needing and wanting the love, without wondering about their kids safety.

Thank you for your time & understanding
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