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    Ann Demeulemeester tall black triple lace talon heel boots up for sale. Size 37. with vibram soles and exceptional condition. Only selling because I'm buying a horse. I will take pictures of the actual boots this weekend and post if not sold. I would prefer to sell them here before ebay to avoid fees. Trust me, they are boots you will cherish and I so hate to sell them but this horse is worth it! The funds will go to a really good cause...

    Paypal only, fees covered by buyer plus shipping charges.
    signature confirmation and insurance highly recommended.
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    Last edited by rider; 09-06-2013 at 10:32 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rider View Post
    Only selling because I'm buying a horse.
    I demand a post in the recent purchases thread.


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    i love that it takes a horse to pull you out of the dark!
    no go on this particular horse, beautiful mind and 16h of gorgeous lusitano bravado but not a supple bone in his body.

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    Oh, I'm sorry. :(
    Does this mean the boots are off the market?


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    thank you. the right guy will come along...

    as for the boots, my fingers are typing no but my heart is typing yes.
    i actually took pictures of them to post and hadnt put them up because i'm still quite attached to them. if anyone is tempted, and gives them a good home i will sell.

    i must sound like a lunatic but i'm just horse crazy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rider View Post
    thank you. the right guy will come along...
    Not a mare person, then?

    The boots are of course insane, but that doesn't mean you're a lunatic for selling them! In my book, you'd have to be crazy to choose any pair of boots over (the right) horse.


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    I dare you to put that question to your daughter.

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    Droogist, Here's my $10 (no symbol for cents anymore on the iPad)

    I don't have a preference but i do know that most barns here have geldings, probably because it's easier to manage. I've never had a mare or stallion, but have ridden both.
    Mare:heart
    Stallion:confidence
    Gelding:reason

    Most friends who have mares never stray.
    What's your ride?

    Oh, and the boots are def insane and bring out the Rider in all of us.
    Last edited by rider; 08-27-2013 at 05:51 AM.

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    If Faust's daughter is anything like most little girls, I'm sure "pony" has already made an appearance on her Christmas list by now, in which case I actually don't blame him for preferring boots. You don't have to feed boots.
    Quote Originally Posted by rider View Post
    Mare:heart
    Stallion:confidence
    Gelding:reason
    That's a nice way to put it. The word I would use to describe most geldings I've met is "phlegmatic."

    I think the big difference with mares is that they're more likely to question you (or your judgement). "Why are we doing this, exactly...?" This can of course be infuriating, but the beauty of it is that once you've got them convinced, they give it everything they've got. I have two mares, and at this point definitely wouldn't have anything else. Plus I never have to clean sheaths, hooray!


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    Quote Originally Posted by droogist View Post

    I think the big difference with mares is that they're more likely to question you (or your judgement). "Why are we doing this, exactly...?" This can of course be infuriating, but the beauty of it is that once you've got them convinced, they give it everything they've got. I have two mares, and at this point definitely wouldn't have anything else. Plus I never have to clean sheaths, hooray!
    This is perfect.

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