My Horse Forum
ok, so i hear about mules. they are a cross between a horse/pony and a donkey right? Ive never seen one. would imagine they would be kinda ugly looking (no offence to anyone who has one) brings me to my question... does anyone have one, if so what are they like temerament wise and to ride. Does anyone have a picture - maybe they arent that ugly after all. i just picture a short, hairy, tubby thing with big ears.
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*Never Let Your Saddle Out Run Your Butt
*If you ain't scared of the speed goin' to the first barrel you ain't goin' fast enough
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*You Wish You Could Ride Like a Girl**
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I was wondering if there is anyone out there that has adopted/rescued or knows someone who has adopted/rescued a standardbred and how to you feel about them?
I myself have a standardbred (she never made it to the track, she started her training but got caught in the fence in her paddock and as a result her racing career ended before it began - and then I bought her) and I love her to death, and not just because she is mine there is much more to it than that. At first I thought my love for her had to do simply with "her" as an individual but I began working with off the track standardbred rescues and realized that they all have this amazingly genuine personallity.
I'm selling my case here a little but whenever I meet anyone interested I getting a horse I always recommend adopting a standardbred. As I said I've worked with quite a few off the track standardbreds and found them to all have very simmilar attitudes and personallities.
In general what I can tell you is, unlike off...
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