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Oooh look Burns is posting more pics from 100 lbs. ago. Guy's an expert at everything except sobriety, fiscal management and diet......

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Oooh look Burns is posting more pics from 100 lbs. ago. Guy's an expert at everything except sobriety, fiscal management and diet......

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Squirms in a pic with the only puzzy he ever got.....

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Originally Posted by JohnBurns
Originally Posted by ironbender
Someone reading the thread might have paid attention and noticed that two posts above mine referencing thorobreds, would have realized my response was to that post.

Quote the 2 posts.

And even I can spell Thoroughbred.

And feel free to comment on the horse in the OP's video which so far you seem unable to do so but seem happy to make negative comments about horses on crack.

Sad sack negative toxic posters are the cost of Rick Bins Island of Misfit Toys.

Sack up and say a single thing postitive about the OP's awsome horse.
Just read the thread dumb ass.

So far you you’ve been unable to spell “quarter” horse.

Just to catch you up, “TB” is the accepted abbreviation for thoroughbred horse. Just as “QH” for ‘quater’ horse. lol

Here, read up sonny.

https://equinehelper.com/horse-breed-abbreviations/


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Originally Posted by erickg
Squirms in a pic with the only puzzy he ever got.....

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But I guess it's a BUMP for the OP's nice horse.


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Originally Posted by ironbender
Just to catch you up, “TB” is the accepted abbreviation for thoroughbred horse. Just as “QH” for ‘quater’ horse. lol

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Originally Posted by ironbender
Wouldn’t own a Tb on a dare.

Skip schieting in the OP's thread about things you don't understand.

This is about a very well trained TN Walker.

Nobody cares nor is interested in what other breeds of horse you can not control.


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I thought this was going to be about freeze dried foods.

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Holy hell, that is a rare treasure there.
My paint, whom I have thrown bears and a wolf over the saddle without issue, would have blown a fuse with that Roman Candle stunt.

For what it is worth, the hands down best horse around kids that I have ever seen was a sorrel Arabian stallion, when I was a kid in 4H. Another kid in my town rode him and even when I was 12-13 years old, I could tell that was a rare horse.



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Originally Posted by ironbender
Wouldn’t own a Tb on a dare.


What's your problem with a TB? I hope you know that there is a lot of TB blood in QHs



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Originally Posted by jwp475
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Wouldn’t own a Tb on a dare.


What's your problem with a TB? I hope you know that there is a lot of TB blood in QHs

More than a bit in TN Walkers.

When you understand he's a dumb azz on horses it's clearer.


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Originally Posted by T_Inman
Holy hell, that is a rare treasure there.
My paint, whom I have thrown bears and a wolf over the saddle without issue, would have blown a fuse with that Roman Candle stunt.

For what it is worth, the hands down best horse around kids that I have ever seen was a sorrel Arabian stallion, when I was a kid in 4H. Another kid in my town rode him and even when I was 12-13 years old, I could tell that was a rare horse.

T Inman;
Good evening to you my northern friend, I hope the weekend was a well behaved one for you and you're ready for the upcoming week.

For sure and certain either one of our two horses - each with it's own strengths and weaknesses - would not have responded that calmly to the Roman Candles! When I saw that I just shook my head in amazement.

It's interesting how you'd had that Arabian stallion be good with kids too, just goes to show I've got more to learn about most things I suppose. wink

Anyways I just wanted to wish you a good week and when you mentioned that part of the video I thought the same thing.

All the best.

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Originally Posted by jwp475
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Wouldn’t own a Tb on a dare.
What's your problem with a TB? I hope you know that there is a lot of TB blood in QHs
Crossbreeding TB lines into other breeds can certainly add refinement, height, and speed. The TBs I’ve ridden and shod tend to be a little flighty, so less than ideal on trail or around cow work. Their feet also tend to have little cup to the sole, and often thin, shelly walls.


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Originally Posted by JohnBurns
Originally Posted by ironbender
Someone reading the thread might have paid attention and noticed that two posts above mine referencing thorobreds, would have realized my response was to that post.

Quote the 2 posts.

And even I can spell Thoroughbred.

And feel free to comment on the horse in the OP's video which so far you seem unable to do so but seem happy to make negative comments about horses on crack.

Sad sack negative toxic posters are the cost of Rick Bins Island of Misfit Toys.

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One positive thing about this horse is that just like his well trained mule, it'll probably sell for far more than it's worth.

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Originally Posted by ironbender
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Originally Posted by ironbender
Wouldn’t own a Tb on a dare.
What's your problem with a TB? I hope you know that there is a lot of TB blood in QHs
Crossbreeding TB lines into other breeds can certainly add refinement, height, and speed. The TBs I’ve ridden and shod tend to be a little flighty, so less than ideal on trail or around cow work. Their feet also tend to have little cup to the sole, and often thin, shelly walls.

I own a TB mare and she is calm, sweet and easy going. TB can't have bad feet and race, no horse can. Poor breeding results in bad physical traits.



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Originally Posted by JeffA
One positive thing about this horse is that just like his well trained mule, it'll probably sell for far more than it's worth.

If a person pays the price, then that’s what it’s worth. Maybe not to you, but that’s what it’s worth on the free market.

That was one heck of a mule.


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A lot of difference between how much something may be 'worth' vs how much someone's willing to pay.


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pretty easy concept. If a guy paid 48k for that mule, then that’s what that mule was worth to him.


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Originally Posted by JeffA
A lot of difference between how much something may be 'worth' vs how much someone's willing to pay.


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If it sells then it was worth the price to the buyer



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Originally Posted by JeffA
One positive thing about this horse is that just like his well trained mule, it'll probably sell for far more than it's worth.

You can't put a MSRP on a made horse or mule.





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