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Re: [RC] [RC] [RC] Horse experts - Tiffany D'Virgilio

Ginny, please be specific about your background. What is your background, training, knowledge, ability, experience, your proof? What horses, in what competitive sports, with what results? How is it you know how many horses we have owned? There are trainers, vets, and other professional people here on ridecamp. If you have "far more" of everything I listed, please present that along with some referrals, many of us would like to see those, yet all you do is claim these things without benefit of facts. So far, your opinions on horse care have not screamed horse care professional. You seem very quick to insult the knowledge of others while touting your own. For that matter, I'd love to hear from the owner (or a newspaper article) of the mare who was raped to death. Wonder why that mare didn't kick the crap out of a sex crazed gelding trying to mount her??

Tiffany
On Mar 11, 2006, at 8:59 PM, Ginny Holsman wrote:


INCORRECT? What's really dangerous is people who think owning a few horses they have competed in endurance even a long time means they know much of anything about the proper care of horses -- such a person may know more about endurance than I do, but not about horses -- I've helped people improve the performance of all sorts of horses for all sorts of competitive sports, with excellent results.? What's really scary is that people like you think you know all there is to know, even more than someone with far more background, training, knowledge, ability and experience, proven, professionally!? Anyone who chastises me displays their ignorance and stupidity in doing so.