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[RC] is this rude" - k s swigart


Rhonda said:

So, is that kind of behavior okay at rides and I'm
?just out of line to resent it a bit??

I wouldn't consider this beharviour as being excessivly rude unless you had 
specifically asked her not to do it and she did anyway.

It MAY be that she thought what she was doing was being polite with her 
borderline unmanageagle horse (e.g. leaving the water trough with her horse 
before it could cause some problems with your horses, only stopping the horse 
on the trail for as long as she was alone and when she saw you catching up, she 
continued on so as to not subject your horses to her horse's unmanageablity).

If you didn't tell her that the behaviour was causing a problem for your 
horses, she may have not known and just been trying to avoid causing problems.

kat
Orange County, Cali.
:)

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