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Re: A horseing we will go.
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Posted by Rowdy Yates on January 04, 2004 at 20:43:42 from (184.108.40.206):
In Reply to: A horseing we will go. posted by Rickstir on January 04, 2004 at 17:57:45:
I hate to say it, but this is where it all begins.....you've already sold your house(double-wide)to make way for horses. Where you going to live?..in the barn? I was raised around horses..luv 'em. But don't own any myself now. I switched to the cheaper, more reliable breeds...Yamaha/Polaris/Honda/Arctic Cat...they are alot cheaper and can actually do more than any horse ever thought..don't eat much..are always where you left them...and you can ride them like a horse if you'd like. My grandfather raised horses and everytime he sold one he would say as the buyers drove away...........GO BROKE---BUY A HORSE!! And then laugh as he pat his wallet. Don't get me wrong...I like horses, they just eat alot of $$$$$$ with no return. I can go up to a ranch somewhere, flip 'em a few bucks, ride all day, go home and have all the ridin' I'd need for a month. I could spend $300 a month, which would be about 3-4 days a month or more of riding at a ranch for 2 people and still be money ahead of owning them myself. Most people will never ride more than once ever two months if that after the "newness" wears off. Been there-done that, the ATV is so much more enjoyable, usable, and workable to me anymore. I wish you luck! ENJOY!
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