Does one size fit them all?

Discussion in 'Tack & Equipment' started by Sassysarah123, Aug 8, 2017.

  1. Sassysarah123

    Sassysarah123 Full Member

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    Ok! Thank You! At Least you Are Nice About It...
    On My Other Thread People Where Calling Me A Troll!
    Thank You!!!
     
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    I don't think anybody was being mean about it, just concerned for your and the horse's well being.
     
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    Wouldn't a senior horse have problems because of age?
     
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    Yeah, I guess! :) THANKS!:running:
     
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    You don't have to get a senior horse, even a horse around 10, 15, 20 would be good and they still have a long time left. But it all depends on the horse and how broke it is which is why I also said quiet because there are some 20 year olds that act like they're green.
     
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    You can also occasionally find a 6 year old who is dead broke, which is why age isn't the sole factor, training plays a big part.
     
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    Ok, Thank you!
     
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    Yeah... I'm sure you're right!
    Thanks for all your help!
     
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    But most of all you want experience because you need to know how to look after a horse before you get one. I see so so so many horses where I live that the owner just wanted to get a horse because they think it'd be cool to own one and thy have no idea the work that goes into a horse and the care that a horse needs and the horse ends up suffering because of it.

    Make sure you can afford it too because owning a horse is expensive in general, but especially when they get sick or injured and rack up big vet bills.

    I'm done now but I'd just really like for people to know the work & care that goes into horses before getting one.
     
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    Alsosusieq2 Senior Member

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    People are treating you like a troll because - you present as a troll. It's a waste of time fiddling with you. Read a friggin book or ten, get lessons. This is ridiculous. You most likely are thirteen or less.
     

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