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post #121 of 144 Old 05-16-2010, 12:22 AM
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oh you guys, just let her be, ALL the threads about chinga end up that way, if it just gets worse after the trainers THEN rip her apart... but just leave her alone for godsake you know shes not going to take your advice, this topic on chinga has been argued to DEATH, just let give it a rest, really guys, YES it is dangorous for her, but shes going to a trainers, and Im pretty sure a trainer isnt going to let her get hurt while hes there, but, ugh theres just no point to it anymore!

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post #122 of 144 Old 05-16-2010, 12:22 AM
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I'm through argueing and on to pleading. Wouldn't you rather Chinga be in a place where he's happy and understood, while you buy a very well trained horse who won't turn on you or change attitudes by the day? Enough of this "he's my horse and I'll get him through whatever we need to get through" stuff.
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post #123 of 144 Old 05-16-2010, 12:22 AM Thread Starter
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Ok Maddie, look you're not going to take a scrap of advice from anyone, that much is very clear. I've tried to support you but also give you an adult perspective on what's going on, and that's not good enough for you.
Would you prefer me to tell you that 'from the horses I've seen come back from trainers to their owners, they ALL act beautifully forever and every and pop rainbows and butterflies out of their bottoms when they gallop'. I myself have worked on horses for people who have asked me to do so, Have got those horses going softly under saddle and resolved the issues the owner was having. Then I'll go back and check up on them a couple of weeks later, and sure enough, I can see the problem starting all over again.

So Maddie, sorry but you're clearly not going to listen to anything anyone says, don't try to get me onside on facebook from now on, I only want to hear from you if you've actually begun to take on board some of what people have tried to help you with. I don't have the time to spend on a hopeless case, a young girl that wants help but doesn't know how to take it. Once you grow up a little, you'll realise just how you come across.

Did you even read what I wrote? That I've got a trainer thats with us for the next two years, or longer if needed. I'm not afraid to admit my horse is to big for me, I'm not afraid to admit my position needs work. I'm not afraid to admit that at the moment my horse is the wrong horse for me. But when he gets back and he's not better after all the work thats been put into him then I will admit that I or a VERY GOOD TRAINER couldn't get Chinga and I to become a good and well fitted team. Then I will admit I've screwed up.

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post #124 of 144 Old 05-16-2010, 12:24 AM Thread Starter
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oh you guys, just let her be, ALL the threads about chinga end up that way, if it just gets worse after the trainers THEN rip her apart... but just leave her alone for godsake you know shes not going to take your advice, this topic on chinga has been argued to DEATH, just let give it a rest, really guys, YES it is dangorous for her, but shes going to a trainers, and Im pretty sure a trainer isnt going to let her get hurt while hes there, but, ugh theres just no point to it anymore!
Whats highlighted is what I've been trying to say the whole time.

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post #125 of 144 Old 05-16-2010, 12:26 AM Thread Starter
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Horses are herd animals. Most of them will either stay with their owner, or take off and find someone to be with. They hate being on their own. On their own they are threatened, so staying with you was probably the safest thing to do Chinga thought if there were no other horses or people in the vicinity.
I bet if there was another horse nearby he would have taken off with that horse and left you behind.
There was another horse in the same yard, his "best friend".. the same horse he use to be buddy sour towards.

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post #126 of 144 Old 05-16-2010, 12:31 AM
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Maddie, why do you want to keep this horse? Answer this honestly.
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post #127 of 144 Old 05-16-2010, 12:32 AM Thread Starter
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Its partly irelevent but. Can I point out that we've gone from

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post #128 of 144 Old 05-16-2010, 12:35 AM
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Yes...? I see a horse who's form over jumps has improved a little. Nothing more. Answer Gidji's question please
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post #129 of 144 Old 05-16-2010, 12:36 AM
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Hon, he is a horse. Maybe you just have too much emotionally invested in an animal that is too much for you. You sound like an abused woman sticking up for her pos husband because he doesnt beat her ALL of the time.
That's exactly what I was thinking... she's in an abusive situation with a man, and she thinks she can change him, no matter how much he hurts her, and how much everyone tells her that she needs to get away.

I don't understand why you wouldn't want a horse that is a pleasure to work with. You aren't advancing your skills at all, and it's not fun for you. There's no benefit to owning this horse at all.
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post #130 of 144 Old 05-16-2010, 12:38 AM
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Im honestly curious, are you keeping him just so you can say you trained a horse? That's what it sure sounds like
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