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  • Originally posted by alibi_18 View Post
    Maybe we could.

    Which pictures?
    I do believe he has removed them on his own...I was not able to report them because he had blocked me from his page after I posted a comment under each photo (approx 6) to remove them immediately. He deleted my posts and left the photos for an additional week until I sent him emails and texts that I was contacting my attorney. Thanks for your offer to help, it's greatly appreciated.

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    • I love mares..

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      • I also think he actually believes what he says....
        APPSOLUTE CHOCKLATE - Photo by Kathy Colman

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        • Originally posted by Appsolute View Post
          I also think he actually believes what he says....
          It is kind of scary.

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          • Originally posted by MMorgan View Post
            It's what those in the biz refer to as "narcissistic rage".
            Yup it is. Scary guy........

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            • Originally posted by caffeinated View Post
              OP, I saw your posts on facebook and had to go look up your farm. You have a lovely place!
              Thank you!

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              • Holy crap! Golden Gait farm is lovely!

                Hey, he may just tell you you owe him for all the website clicks he got you!

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                • GoldenGait quote did put him on a young horse (6) who tested him, and he failed. He actually could not get the horse to walk around the indoor and I had to "rescue" him in the corner.

                  NP quote: The 6 yr old mare gave him the "gimme what you got...Ooooo...you ain't got nothing, I'm not going" He was equipped with spurs and a whip at that point.

                  Maybe he was trying to get her to piaffe? WALL...WHIP....SPURS...

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                  • Originally posted by GoldenGaitFarm View Post
                    The 6 yr old mare gave him the "gimme what you got...Ooooo...you ain't got nothing, I'm not going" He was equipped with spurs and a whip at that point.
                    That mare had him figured out pretty quickly… seat, legs, reins of silk, spurs & a whip and still no forward, supple movement with cadence from this paragon of Grand Prix Haute Ecole horsemanship? *snort*

                    I like how he is falling back on how his attorney is drawing up papers. If he even has an attorney, that legal mind should advise him to STFU...

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                    • Originally posted by GoldenGaitFarm View Post
                      I do believe he has removed them on his own...I was not able to report them because he had blocked me from his page after I posted a comment under each photo (approx 6) to remove them immediately. He deleted my posts and left the photos for an additional week until I sent him emails and texts that I was contacting my attorney. Thanks for your offer to help, it's greatly appreciated.
                      Were your photos the ones captioned "the beautiful farm I rode at today"? Indeed it is a beautiful facility. Your mare is a sharp cookie!

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                      • Originally posted by Appsolute View Post
                        I also think he actually believes what he says....
                        It also says on his FB page that he intends to run for public office.
                        "Can you imagine what I would do if I could do all I can?" Sun Tzu, The Art of War
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                        • Thats NOT what happen Jackie and YOU know it!

                          You go around beating your mare to trot like a donkey.
                          Everyone who comes out to watch you will see that.

                          I got you great results and you were trotting by yourself
                          with no problems. When I asked about coming out, you said
                          because the other trainer left that you are having money problems, and
                          could not pay for my training, but YOU ASKED ME to email you wgat it would
                          take to get me there as head trainer. I did just that, and really gave you a sweet deal.

                          Later that day I get a phone call from another trainer who says SHE is the trainer there and how dare I invade on her turf! I then called you and because
                          you couldnt answer for it, and how Unprofessional you were by showing my proposal to another trainer just like you just showed everybody here, you hung up on me!!
                          I wasnt done talking or asking my questions, so yes I called you back. Instead of being an adult and answering your phone, I left a vm. I didnt say anything on thst vm other then the type of person you are!

                          THATS THE TRUTH!!
                          Now, people of course will its a lie. Thats ok. But I have told my side, and I hope these people come to your farm and see you beat that poor mare!!

                          What Im still lost about was why?
                          Why ask me to make you a proposal if you already had a trainer?
                          Why ask for my help at all if your trainer was already helping you?

                          Horse people can be so crazy, and lady, you are a complete nut!

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                          • Oh goody - it was a slow day at work today.
                            Only two emotions belong in the saddle: One is a sense of humor. The other is patience.

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                            • Originally posted by Mara View Post
                              Were your photos the ones captioned "the beautiful farm I rode at today"? Indeed it is a beautiful facility. Your mare is a sharp cookie!
                              Thank you! Yes, those were my photos, and my mare standing on crossties, asking "where did this character come from anyway?"

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                              • I agree with Sonesta and my own law enforcement red lights and bells are going off big time. While threads like this may control his "reach," I can't help but fear that he gets a hold of some desperate rider who wants dressage training and lives in a remote location. Given what I see here I wouldn't put it past him to get injured and then try to sue the barn/horse owner.

                                Anyone who has had negative contact with this guy needs to report him to law enforcement, even if only for informational purposes, so the information is logged. From what I am reading here he is bordering on harassment if he hasn't already crossed that line.

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                                • system duplicated post
                                  Last edited by TLKNG1; Jan. 8, 2014, 04:40 PM. Reason: system duplicated post

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                                  • Originally posted by Nick Peronace View Post
                                    Horse people can be so crazy!
                                    For the first time I think you've actually said something we can all agree on.
                                    You can't fix stupid.... but you can breed it!

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                                    • Damn. Dude. Just let it go.

                                      Originally posted by Nick Peronace View Post
                                      Thats NOT what happen Jackie and YOU know it!

                                      You go around beating your mare to trot like a donkey.
                                      Everyone who comes out to watch you will see that.

                                      I got you great results and you were trotting by yourself
                                      with no problems. When I asked about coming out, you said
                                      because the other trainer left that you are having money problems, and
                                      could not pay for my training, but YOU ASKED ME to email you wgat it would
                                      take to get me there as head trainer. I did just that, and really gave you a sweet deal.

                                      Later that day I get a phone call from another trainer who says SHE is the trainer there and how dare I invade on her turf! I then called you and because
                                      you couldnt answer for it, and how Unprofessional you were by showing my proposal to another trainer just like you just showed everybody here, you hung up on me!!
                                      I wasnt done talking or asking my questions, so yes I called you back. Instead of being an adult and answering your phone, I left a vm. I didnt say anything on thst vm other then the type of person you are!

                                      THATS THE TRUTH!!
                                      Now, people of course will its a lie. Thats ok. But I have told my side, and I hope these people come to your farm and see you beat that poor mare!!

                                      What Im still lost about was why?
                                      Why ask me to make you a proposal if you already had a trainer?
                                      Why ask for my help at all if your trainer was already helping you?

                                      Horse people can be so crazy, and lady, you are a complete nut!
                                      Brothers and sisters, I bid you beware
                                      Of giving your heart to a dog to tear.
                                      -Rudyard Kipling

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                                      • It really is the gift that keeps giving.

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                                        • Originally posted by bugsynskeeter View Post
                                          Oh goody - it was a slow day at work today.
                                          And I could use some recipe ideas.
                                          A helmet saved my life.

                                          2017 goal: learn to ride like TheHorseProblem, er, a barn rat!

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