• Is my horse love me?

    I’ve been doing equine therapy for the past 3 months&we have a bunch of different horses but last month I really bonded with one horse and worked with him ever since.I do think he loves me or well really likes my presence.I work with him once every week.At first I expected him to forget me. The first time I... show more
    I’ve been doing equine therapy for the past 3 months&we have a bunch of different horses but last month I really bonded with one horse and worked with him ever since.I do think he loves me or well really likes my presence.I work with him once every week.At first I expected him to forget me. The first time I bonded with him,I was crying&he came from across the field&gave me a horse hug,I had worked with him the week before but didn’t feel connected.The whole time I worked with him he followed me without hesitation, kept putting his head as close to me as possible&kept neighing really loudly.The next time I showed up he saw me petting other horses&came right over to me&wouldn’t stop following me.Every time I show up he comes straight to me. If I pet another horse he stops what he’s doing&comes to me. He will put his face in my mine,which can scare me a bit but I think it’s not violent because he just stays there.The other week though he would not stop nibbling me, that’s all he was doing, and i didn’t understand it because he hasn’t done it before. Also, we have a podium for the horses to stand on, and right when I pull it out, he gets right on it, when others horses have to be coax on. Even if we just walk past it, he tries to get on, even though I didn’t need him to. I don’t know if he just likes the podium and knows he’s good on it, or is trying to please me. I have never worked with horses before so I don’t really understand if he likes me, but I think he might.
    7 answers · 5 days ago
  • Owner trying to back out of sale on lease to buy horse?

    Hi! For six months I’ve been leasing a large pony mare from a girl with a contract stating I have option to buy at the end of the lease. I have just under a month left and the seller is saying she will not sell me the pony and that she talked to a couple that she is planning to sell the pony to instead. I use this... show more
    Hi! For six months I’ve been leasing a large pony mare from a girl with a contract stating I have option to buy at the end of the lease. I have just under a month left and the seller is saying she will not sell me the pony and that she talked to a couple that she is planning to sell the pony to instead. I use this pony for my business and as a personal pony. She went from green to close to finished and has become a reliable addition to my group. I don’t want to lose her both out of emotional attachment and profit loss. The girl’s reasoning is she can’t trust me because of a rumor she heard about me that has no connection to her or the pony and it’s a rumor I proved was untrue after taking the person spreading it to court. How do I get this girl to uphold her end of the contract and sell the pony to me instead of someone else? She’s an eighteen year old who never sold a horse before, so I’m not sure if she’s mature enough to realize how important contracts are.
    10 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why do so many Americans idolise their military when many of its personnel are merely tools for the activities of vile and sinister elites?

    Another important issue to raise... Why would anyone knowingly militarily serve a nation (that is, even when the conflicts are just, which they almost never are) inherently opposed to the following? 1) Maximum protection against internal threats (lack of political or cultural safeguards against subversive... show more
    Another important issue to raise... Why would anyone knowingly militarily serve a nation (that is, even when the conflicts are just, which they almost never are) inherently opposed to the following? 1) Maximum protection against internal threats (lack of political or cultural safeguards against subversive elements, lack of proper and rigid national (including racial, which has massive tactical value) definition, etc) 2) Maximum protection against external threats (Islam and Islamification with all of their destructive and deadly effects (like the September 11th attacks), extensive belligerent African and Hispanic activity (a large amount of criminal gangs, some of which exhibit extreme violence, like MS-13), hostile espionage, alien tribal subversion (Hello, 2009 Fort Hood Shooting, grievance-mongering, etc). These aspects are all enabled by uninhibited racial heterogeneity and continue to be so. 3) Measures against cultural degradation (degradation includes promotion and embracement of tattoos, piercings, loutish behaviour, great focus on trivial aspects, indecent dressing, etc, with no relevant regulatory bodies to monitor the situation). 4) Maximum general physical attractiveness (instead of just starting and stopping with British and Scandinavian composition to secure high general beauty, it was decided that other racial types should be added, with the result being a severe reduction of proportion of good-looking people in society). The proportion
    19 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How do I get an apprenticeship as a Ferrier?

    Best answer: I would hope you would be thinking PAST high school by now. You should be. And the people who shoe horses are called FARRIERS, not "ferrier". Or they are called by their other name, which is blacksmith. I should note, however, that while all blacksmiths are farriers, not all farriers are blacksmiths,... show more
    Best answer: I would hope you would be thinking PAST high school by now. You should be. And the people who shoe horses are called FARRIERS, not "ferrier". Or they are called by their other name, which is blacksmith. I should note, however, that while all blacksmiths are farriers, not all farriers are blacksmiths, because blacksmiths do much more than just shoe horses for a living.

    If you want to become a farrier, you will need to attend farrier school and graduate, serve a few years as an apprentice to someone who's already established, and then apply for a license in your state. The best known school for farriers is in Oklahoma, near OK City. But like any top trade school, competition to get in is fierce. I hope you have decent grades, and have taken and passed at least one of the college entrance exams like the SAT or the ACT. I say this because you need to have a back up plan in the event that you can't get into farrier school right away. Since you're interested in horses and their care, perhaps you should look into going to a college or university that offers an Equine science or equine studies major. You can always get a college degree first and then go on to farrier school from there. It might actually be better to go this route, because in order to earn a decent living, you need to know more than just how to shoe a horse. You also need some business, marketing, and accounting skills, so that you can handle your finances. Farriers are business people as well as shoers, Luke. I live on my sister's farm, and the farrier who does our horses is a retired state employee who used to work for the department of transportation in my state. Being a farrier is his hobby, not his main source of income. It's not usually very smart to try to rely on something like farrier work as a primary income source, because this is a profession which is high risk. If you get hurt doing it, you could end up losing your home or worse because you can't pay the bills, Luke. And the day may come when you'll have far more than just yourself to think about. There will probably come a time when you will meet someone and get married, and start a family of your own. That's what most people do. But you can't raise children on an income which can be spotty at best, and nonexistent at worst. That's why I'm telling you that you need to get more than just a farrier's certification if you want to have a decent lifestyle and eventually be able to retire comfortably the way our farrier has done.

    Shoeing horses isn't a walk in the park, either. It's hard, physical work, and you have to be prepared to be outside in all kinds of weather. You'll run across horses that kick, bite, lean on you, or are just plain mean and dangerous to be around- every horse professional has these experiences. There will be times when you'll have to deal with emergency situations, just like a vet would. But if you love horses enough, and love living and working outside in all kinds of weather and with all kinds of people, then perhaps this profession will be for you.
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • What do you think that the Irish (racial type) aesthetically in general?

    I think they are one of the better-looking types of European overall, on the high end, but Britons and Scandinavians are better.
    I think they are one of the better-looking types of European overall, on the high end, but Britons and Scandinavians are better.
    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How do you talk your friend out of making a mistake?

    My best friend just turned 17. As great as she may be, she is one of the most spoiled people I've ever came in contact with. She constantly spends her dads money and gets anything she wants with it. For her 18th birthday, she told me she wants a horse. Now, the other quality that she has is losing interest very... show more
    My best friend just turned 17. As great as she may be, she is one of the most spoiled people I've ever came in contact with. She constantly spends her dads money and gets anything she wants with it. For her 18th birthday, she told me she wants a horse. Now, the other quality that she has is losing interest very quickly. I know if she gets a horse for her next birthday, it will be a disaster. Especially since she knows next to nothing about horses. People who know me in person might think I don't want her to do this because I'm jealous she is getting a horse and I'm the equestrian between the two of us, but I'm sure that if she goes through with this, it will not only hurt her, but the horse as well.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why do people say to always start from the feet when bathing a horse?

    I’ve always heard you start by spraying a horse’s feet first, then gradually move up the body. I’ve been told this is so you don’t shock the horse. Does that mean so you don’t shock them with temperature change or as in not scaring them with the water? I’ve tried looking this up online but can’t find anything. I’ve... show more
    I’ve always heard you start by spraying a horse’s feet first, then gradually move up the body. I’ve been told this is so you don’t shock the horse. Does that mean so you don’t shock them with temperature change or as in not scaring them with the water? I’ve tried looking this up online but can’t find anything. I’ve even found some articles saying you should start with their head first.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why do people keep trying to make those immune to weak and submissive mentalities feel guilty about advocating things that are not immoral?

    E.g self-defence measures. So ridiculous and pathetic.
    E.g self-defence measures. So ridiculous and pathetic.
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What is the daily life of a farrier? How much of it is forcing if any now a days?

    Okay so, I’m 16 and I’m starting to think about what I want to do with my life, but I live in the city and haven’t had exposure to too many farriers. I like working with animals and I like forging but I’m curious as to if Ferriers forge most of their shoes or buy them in today’s time
    Okay so, I’m 16 and I’m starting to think about what I want to do with my life, but I live in the city and haven’t had exposure to too many farriers. I like working with animals and I like forging but I’m curious as to if Ferriers forge most of their shoes or buy them in today’s time
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Do you believe that racial preservation (even of specific types) is racist?

    If so, congratulations. You are weak-minded, emotionally immature and have poor tactical understanding.
    If so, congratulations. You are weak-minded, emotionally immature and have poor tactical understanding.
    13 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Is it rational to oppose capital punishment on moral grounds yet advocate societal conditions that cause death, maiming and destruction?

    Best answer: Oh dear. More answers that are either pathetically inaccurate, provided by hostile personnel or mine.
    Best answer: Oh dear. More answers that are either pathetically inaccurate, provided by hostile personnel or mine.
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How Many Horses are there in a herd?

    Best answer: more than one
    Best answer: more than one
    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Horse owners: what do you think is a fair rate for someone to come to your home to feed your 4 horses and make sure they re OK twice daily?

    And feed your cat? Bearing in mind 10min commute each way for total of 40min commute time daily (if that affects your idea of fair rate)?
    And feed your cat? Bearing in mind 10min commute each way for total of 40min commute time daily (if that affects your idea of fair rate)?
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Are you really sick and tired of this pathetic hostility and Stockholm Syndrome-like behaviour?

    Best answer: Leftist morons will be leftist morons.
    Best answer: Leftist morons will be leftist morons.
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Why will still no leftist, globalist or other anti-European type explain why they despise the existence of Europeans?

    Best answer: Have you ever wished that you could be as close to being as logical, tactically proficient and strong-minded as me as possible?

    Well, you are in luck.

    Google "survivalistinfo" (remember the quotation marks). See the Wix site.
    Best answer: Have you ever wished that you could be as close to being as logical, tactically proficient and strong-minded as me as possible?

    Well, you are in luck.

    Google "survivalistinfo" (remember the quotation marks). See the Wix site.
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Putting mustangs in a pasture for the first time?

    This maybe a stupid question but I don’t know what to expect. We adopted two mustangs a year ago, when they were brought into captivity & when we adopted them all they’ve known is panel corral as fencing. I’m moving them into a barbed wire fenced pasture next month with one of my other horses, so my question... show more
    This maybe a stupid question but I don’t know what to expect. We adopted two mustangs a year ago, when they were brought into captivity & when we adopted them all they’ve known is panel corral as fencing. I’m moving them into a barbed wire fenced pasture next month with one of my other horses, so my question is, I’m scared they may run into/ through the fence, is that a thing? How can I prevent them from doing that? Thanks.
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Have you ever thought about evolving logically, culturally and/or tactically?

    Best answer: See comments to see the dark and/or serious media I absorbed in my childhood and teenage years.
    Best answer: See comments to see the dark and/or serious media I absorbed in my childhood and teenage years.
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Is it better to buy a horse when it's a pony rather than when it's fully grown into an adult horse?

    Best answer: A horse was never a pony. That's like asking if you should buy a dog while it is a kitten
    Best answer: A horse was never a pony. That's like asking if you should buy a dog while it is a kitten
    13 answers · 4 weeks ago