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Aug 13 14 9:40 AM
Pintos just do things better, and with more flash. They're like the fashionistas of the business world
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Aug 13 14 9:46 AM
GoTheDistance wrote:Spooks, everything you're bitching about is pretty far off and you're just on one of your obnoxious bitchfests.
The mare isn't three, she's far from an older untrained horse clogging the markets. Unlike you, I'm not an asshole who will wave a horse off because it's not perfect because i want a big fancy youngster.
Low level shows once a monthly, btw, sorry to burst your overdramatic tineline bubble. Even are bigger shows are about twice a month but as long as you're in points you don't have to do them all it's not a requirement. Usually about 11-13 shows and you have to do 6/7 from april - august. Not exactly riding into the ground.
Also not sure what you're going on about Trap since I still have her atm. I got her last august skinny and wormy.Took her to this girl who fattened her right up and she's still chunky in my ownership. She'll never be one of those stumpy pot bellied minis so sorry to burst your bubble!
Side note, splints are not in the same category as bad hocks or back. Splints are cosmetic. I wouldn't turn a horse down with splints. Or are you gonna tell me now it's career ending?
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Brace yourselves, ladies:Spoiler [+]
Brace yourselves, ladies:
Aug 13 14 1:19 PM
GoTheDistance wrote:I think its really silly to already be giving her a doomsday diagnosis.
What's silly is to think a malnourished individual (especially a baby during critical growth and development phases) is going to be just fine down the road once it's had some proper food and care. Too late. The damage has already been done. The body has already stolen nutrients from vital stores (bone, organs, cells) just to keep itself alive. And while the body is an amazing healing vessel given half a chance, there are some things that can't be undone. Just for a minute, consider that there are people out there who might just know a little bit more about this topic than you. And that's not even taking into consideration her quite serious conformation faults that would be hard to overcome in an individual who'd had the best start in life.
I wish this horse all the best because it's going to need it.
Aug 13 14 1:48 PM
Medicinehatmustang wrote:roro wrote:
Brace yourselves, ladies:Spoiler [+]Ah! I had not properly braced myself. <3Bonus:Spoiler [+]
Aug 13 14 1:49 PM
FayeLouise wrote:JustJack'sMom - this is suuuppppeerrr late now, but how exciting about the George Morris clinic in your area! You should definitely audit if you can't ride in it. And write us a comprehensive review.
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Vivian Jaffe: Have you ever transcended space and time? Albert Markovski: Yes. No. Uh, time, not space... No, I don't know what you're talking about.
Aug 14 14 12:30 AM
GoTheDistance wrote:Spooks, where the hell did anyone sayanything about showing, but not riding consistently? That's the stupidest thing I've read - please quote where anyone said that.
And let me correct, splints are MOSTLY cosmetic the MAJORITY of the time. If you happen to pop a high splint, it can cause aggravation. But a cold splint? Nah, not a deal breaker.
Mercedes - I already own a horse who's health/weight was neglected as a youngster. At 10, he's still going strong. Anecdotal but hey, works for me. It affects no one else here.
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