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Re: Fwd: RC: Re: High Standards on the TRAIL
I have heard that some clubs or trail riders use a yellow ribbon on their
stallion's tail. Have you ever heard of this being done? Do you think it's
a good idea? Just curious what you thought of that. I agree that touching
noses is not too smart...even my "sweet" gelding will squeal and strike out
sometimes and you just can't predict when or what will precipitate it.
Just common sense!
Mieske's Silver Lining
10601 S. Richards Rd.
McBain, Michigan 49657
> From: SandyDSA@aol.com
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: RC: Fwd: RC: Re: High Standards on the TRAIL
> Date: Wednesday, March 29, 2000 10:06 AM
> In a message dated 3/28/00 7:10:05 PM Pacific Standard Time,
> email@example.com writes:
> << We insist on even better
> behavior from the stallion...he should behave just like any other horse,
> only better! :) I don't want people to be able to tell that he's a
> stallion! :) >>
> Indeed - we agree. Unfortunately,a lot of people just don't understand
> allowing ANY two horses to nose or sniff each other is downright
> Horses who are not properly introduced tend to strike, bite or kick,
> regardless of gender, and should never be allowed to or forced into a
> nose meeting with a stanger. It becomes of particular hazard when one of
> two is a stalion. So rather than have to TELL someone "this is a
> we simply tell people to keep their horses' noses to themselves - at
> shows and other public events. It is just simple common sense and
> Being a stallion or not has little to do with it.
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