30 days of training...

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Re: 30 days of training...

Postby cross_7 » Sun Jul 31, 2011 12:37 am

my advise.
keep doing what your doing. your doing just fine.
if you were closer i'd sure be interested in buying a horse that you've started.
really enjoy the video's, especially the ones to chris ledoux's music.
keep up the good work
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Re: 30 days of training...

Postby cross_7 » Sun Jul 31, 2011 8:40 pm

cross_7 wrote:my advise.
keep doing what your doing. your doing just fine.
if you were closer i'd sure be interested in buying a horse that you've started.
really enjoy the video's, especially the ones to chris ledoux's music.
keep up the good work


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Re: 30 days of training...

Postby milkmaid » Sun Jul 31, 2011 11:14 pm

Thanks cross. :) I drift enough... maybe one of these days I'll end up in Texas for a few months.
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Re: 30 days of training...

Postby cross_7 » Mon Aug 22, 2011 8:37 pm

coming up on 30 days since an update
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Re: 30 days of training...

Postby milkmaid » Tue Aug 23, 2011 8:42 am

Back in school, sold the dun gelding, still have the bay... he rides nice but he's a lot harder to find a home for due to temperament/not being registered/chrome but no color/etc. Still trying to sell the bay (local trainer friend will show him off for me) but may end up keeping him 'til next summer. Or I might send him up north to a friend on a ranch; hate having a nice colt that's not getting used.

Definitely easier to train for other people than buy/train/resell. lol.
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Re: 30 days of training...

Postby cross_7 » Tue Aug 23, 2011 9:47 pm

sounds like you've been busy.
the bay looks like he's going to make a good horse, wish he was closer and i'd give him a try.
good luck and let us know when your "back in the saddle"
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Re: 30 days of training...

Postby cross_7 » Wed Aug 24, 2011 5:56 pm

milkmaid wrote:Back in school, sold the dun gelding, still have the bay... he rides nice but he's a lot harder to find a home for due to temperament/not being registered/chrome but no color/etc. Still trying to sell the bay (local trainer friend will show him off for me) but may end up keeping him 'til next summer. Or I might send him up north to a friend on a ranch; hate having a nice colt that's not getting used.

Definitely easier to train for other people than buy/train/resell. lol.


with the horse market the way it is i can buy well bred colt's worth the money.
good using horses around here are still worth quite a bit, especially good ranch horses that can be roped off of.
i was thinking about buying a couple to start and use them this winter on steers then sell them after i get a good handle on them.
the problem i have is the 6666, toungue river, pitchfork, triangle and etc. are right here in my backyard(or i'm in theirs) so i'm not sure "my horses" are worth as much without a big ranch brand on it's hip.
they have big sales from time to time(http://6666ranch.com/quarter-horses/sales/rtrsale.html) and they do very well. i'm not sure i sell them for what their worth without a big production sale.
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