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I was looking through some horse sites and notice this on a horse. whats does ...
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    Question What does Husband-Safe Horse mean?

    I was looking through some horse sites and notice this on a horse. whats does Husband-Safe Horse mean? thank you
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    It is just a way of saying idiot proof horse Not really, but it does mean safe, good extra horse for the occasional rider basically.

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    A horse that is safe enough for someone who refuses to learn how to do it right by getting lessons or tips? In other words, someone who hasn't got a clue?


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    LOL It means.. The horse is safe enough even for a Non Horsey Husband So.. Husband-Proof.
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    That's exactly how I feel about shows. It's a good day if I don't pee in my pants...

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    It means that it is a safe horse for a non-rider or an occasional rider. Basically, a nice quiet horse.

    BUT- you know that what they say and what the truth is isn't always one in the same.
    Riding: The art of keeping the horse between you and the ground.

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    thanks all. ^_^
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    It means a husband (Mostly husbands only agree to ride because of there wifes LOL ) Can ride it without problems

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    Husband-safe!!! I Love it! What a great term--I'll have to start using that one.

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    HEY, where did you find that one? I need that one. LMAO.
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    Ask if they have "Boyfriend-Safe" as well.. My guy isn't ready to be a hubby yet.. at least that's what I think ^.^
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    Quote Originally Posted by maggiesmom View Post
    That's exactly how I feel about shows. It's a good day if I don't pee in my pants...

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