knapplc wrote:fantasy_warrior wrote:knapplc wrote:fantasy_warrior wrote:I went out for a round of horseback ridin this evening. Usually, she scares pretty easy at dusk, but it went real smooth tonight. She's a 4 year old Palomino, with beautiful golden fur, but she's a real trick to ride--got a low startle point. I think she's gettin used to ridin though. I hope tonight was a sign that she's gettin better! Anyway, just wanted to share that with ya'll and let ya know how much things on the ranch are on the up and up.
Hope ya'll are having a nice night
Horses don't have fur. They have hair.
Someone who lives on a horse ranch would know that.
HAHAHA! Yes, hair and fur are totally different things...
No, son. Horses have coats of fur, which are made of hair. If you were covered from head to toe with hair, it'd be called fur. Horses are covered from head to tail (literally) with hair....hair that gets thicker in colder months--this is a fur coat. On the other hand, a horse's mane and tail are hair. But you can't tell me that a horse's coat is the same as a horse's mane or tail. That would tell me that you haven't spent much time around horses.
Nobody associated with horses in Texas thinks they're covered with fur. You're just digging your hole deeper, man. Give it up.
Yeah, that sounds like a stereotype to me. Did it ever occur to you that maybe not all Texans are exactly like the ones that you know??!!
Keep digging yourself a deeper hole.