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Saddles! Wide cob!

Discussion in 'Tack & Saddlery' started by Prjsmk, Dec 5, 2017 at 5:02 PM.

  1. Prjsmk

    Prjsmk Member

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    I wish i was as happy as u.
     
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    carthorse Well-Known Member

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    Some people will only learn the hard way Cortrasna. And some will never learn at all because they believe they already know best.
     
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    :D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:cool::cool: Neigh
     
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    :D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:D:cool::cool: Neigh
     
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    newforest Opinion, a view not always based on knowledge.

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    I think on forums the written word is misunderstood. I saw the op comment as the front grew before the back because he was a rescue, it was mentioned it in the same sentence. But it meant something else, no wonder horses misunderstand us we can't communicate amongst ourselves. :D
    However I don't believe this is permanent with a young horse?

    I also did physio visits I believe it was every three months with exercises probably similar to the op. It's amazing how they change shape, mature and muscle up when you think you already have something muscled!
    If mine turned green she could pass as a hulkette. Her canter really thuds and she gets comments about starting an earthquake.
     
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