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Victoria, TX
(Zone 9b)

August 24, 2009
3:54 PM

Post #6982922

Check not the last post, but the second to last. I'm "Jennifer" in the comments , btw.

Whole entry makes me wonder... Is it ever "okay" to ride an "off" horse? When are they too "off" or "lame" that you'd quit?

I see the slightest sign of off, I dismount... free lunge, watch him go. Any sign of something wrong, I'm doing leg-checks, hosing down, liniment, try again tomorrow. Ain't no ride/competition/show/test/event worth riding a sore horse... They're too darn forgiving to risk it.

Your opinion?

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