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Any Hope for my Friend?
· Open an account at
· Click BROWSE on the add pictures screen and upload your picture from your hard drive. This make take some time depending on the size of your picture file.
· When the upload is complete right click on the third line down titled “img” then COPY. With my computer I don’t have to highlight, when I right click all of the required file info is highlighted
· Now go to your post on the forum and put the cursor where you want the picture.
· Right click, PASTE and you are done.
· Good idea to use preview on forum to check size of the picture. If it is too large go back to photo bucket and use the edit function to reduce the size. (
· You can also just double click on the uploaded photo in photo bucket after it is uploaded to check the size. If it is too large it makes everyone have to scroll left to right for all of the posts where the picture is present.
Hook(ed)......on Horses

"The best things in life are nearest: Breath in your nostrils, light in your eyes, flowers at your feet, duties at your hand, the path of right just before you. Then do not grasp at the stars, but do life's plain, common work as it comes, certain that daily duties and daily bread are the sweetest things in life. " Author: Robert Louis Stevenson
One of the main issues with this horse is that she has no respect for her owner. The mare is the herd leader. I saw this clearly today when she was trying to loung her horse. She got to close and the horse kicked her in the butt. (She was using a very small whip because that is all that was available at the time.) This mare is the alpha mare in the herd and can manifest some serious attitude. The young lady doesn't believe in exerting force or hitting her horse which is understandable, but she needs to be more firm with the horse to establish who is the boss. She doesn't have to be cruel which will not get her anywhere, but she needs to be more firm.

tagnrocky, yeah, each horse is different so that is the hard part sometimes. What might work for one horse may not work for another horse. Again, I guess the key is patience. I hope she gets rid of the horse and trades it for a different one. The person who sold her the horse is willing to trade the horse for another horse but I don't think the young lady is going to give up the horse. Beauty must truly be in the eyes of the beholder because personally I don't see why she is so crazy about this horse.


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