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    http://www.leakycreek.com/
    http://leakycreek.wordpress.com/ Rainbows & Mourning Doves Blog
    John P. Smith II 1973-2009 Love Always
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    Or a nice driving pair- http://www.mainememory.net/artifact/9595/

    Or a child driving a single http://www.alaskahistorystore.org/p194.html

    This one isn't very fancy, but a real working type- http://www.snopes.com/photos/animals...oseharness.jpg
    http://www.leakycreek.com/
    http://leakycreek.wordpress.com/ Rainbows & Mourning Doves Blog
    John P. Smith II 1973-2009 Love Always
    Father, Husband, Friend, Firefighter- Cancer Sucks- Cure Melanoma



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    Quote Originally Posted by Papyruse View Post
    http://woofer1111.tripod.com/moose/moosejump1.jpg

    This one shows possible talent in the puissance.
    Now that's a jump.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Big_Grey_hunter View Post
    I can't stand how everyone thinks they need to pay $$$$$$ for a moose. It's a conspiracy between trainers to trick you out of your money instead of teaching you how to ride. Back on the good ol' days, when people were actual deersman instead of lazy, terrified ammies, everyone rode these!
    http://arkansaswildlifephotography.c...es/img0656.jpg
    If today's young riders started out on solid mounts like these we would see far less jumping ahead, a dangerous habit that is also unappealing to the eye. Starting with a traditional packer like this installs solid fundamentals in young riders.



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    This is an example of a nice heavy hunter. One could expect to safely enjoy the hunt on such a mount. Surely not a first flight horse, but a solid second flight or hilltopper.
    "You are a child of the universe, no less than the trees and the stars;
    you have a right to be here." ~ Desiderata by Max Ehrmann



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    http://www.thesportsglobe.com/Wildli...il_deer_02.jpg

    This pony looks like it would be better apt to trails or dressage.
    Proud member of the COTH Junior (and Junior-at-Heart!) clique!


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    I LOVE THESE!!



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    This one tucks its knees up to its eyeballs, rocks back well on its hind end. Lovely form!
    http://appanet.cms-plus.com/files/im...mp-PP-MJ06.jpg


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    Not quite square up front, but shows a willing disposition and the aptitude for fences of this height:
    http://alaskawildberryproducts.com/i...moose-jump.jpg


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    Quote Originally Posted by ohrebecca View Post
    This one tucks its knees up to its eyeballs, rocks back well on its hind end. Lovely form!
    http://appanet.cms-plus.com/files/im...mp-PP-MJ06.jpg
    It may just be the picture, but that one is awesome.
    I think even GM would smile at that one.



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    I wonder how long you have to sit out in the countryside to get these amazing shots? It must make horse show photography look like a piece of cake!



  14. #54
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big_Grey_hunter View Post
    I can't stand how everyone thinks they need to pay $$$$$$ for a moose. It's a conspiracy between trainers to trick you out of your money instead of teaching you how to ride. Back on the good ol' days, when people were actual deersman instead of lazy, terrified ammies, everyone rode these!
    http://arkansaswildlifephotography.c...es/img0656.jpg
    Antler related impaling must have been a real issue back then.


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