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RE: [RC] [RC] Bey Shah temperament - Ranelle Rubin


I have ridden several Bey Shah horses belonging to others. What I can say I like about the horses I own, that is completely different is they are self-contained. They are less affected by outside stimulation than the Bey-Shah horses I have experienced.

For that reason, it is one quality that I look for specifically in a horse. It has a lot to do with self-confidence, IMO.

My boyfriend had one, line bred to boot. I could not stand that horse under saddle with other horses. He was fine alone, and during ground work. But put him in a crowded situation, and you might as well be a fly on his back. He now belongs to a lady who rides him primarily alone on trail, has no interest in doing endurance, and everyone is happy!

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From: "Sara Gooch" <sgooch@xxxxxxxxxx>
To: <ridecamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [RC]   Bey Shah temperament
Date: Sat, 20 Oct 2007 11:07:57 -0800

I'd love to see more discussion on "Bey Shah Temperament." I have a Bey Shah mare.
With so many Bey Shah horses out there in endurance and other fields, too ... Is there a consensus on a "Bey Shah Temperament" ...? Or would the discussion settle into the "Nature vs. Nurture" debate?

...on a snowy weekend in northeastern California


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[RC] Bey Shah temperament, Sara Gooch