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    09-12-2007, 02:40 AM
Where in Tx are you moving?
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    09-12-2007, 01:43 PM

We're moving to Rockdale, northeast of Austin. The property has 34 acres with a house and a barn and several fenced off pastures. I want to start a breeding business. We had our first baby this year, a warmblood. My daughter shows in hunter/jumper so that's how we got involved with the warmbloods. We also have quarters. My quarter horse mare is an own daughter of Zips Chocolate Chip. She's a beautiful buckskin and has the best trot. I love riding her.

Right now we're in Scottsdale, AZ on one acre! Kind of hard to keep horses but we currently have four at home. My daughter's show horse is at her trainer's barn and her retired gelding is already waiting for us in TX.

Where are you located?
    09-12-2007, 11:11 PM
We are located near Huntsville Texas (where the prision is) Between Houston and Dallas. (A bit closer to Houston) We also have 35 acres. You'll love it in Texas. It's a bit hot in the summer, but the rest of the year makes up for it. Congratulations!!
    09-13-2007, 11:34 AM
We're actually from TX. Our whole family is there. My mom has a little place on Lake Livingston but works as a nurse in Austin. She keeps an apartment in Austin and drives back and forth. She drives right through Huntsville.

We've been here in AZ for a little over 10 years. My hubby's parents live in Georgetown, north of Austin. We've been looking for a place in TX for a few years. This place came along and we couldn't pass it up. Decided it's time.

As for heat, it doesn't come much hotter than where we are now!

Sorry that we've gone off subject here.
    09-15-2007, 08:26 PM
I love our ranch!!!!! Anyways......If the stallion keeps getting out,I would ask your lawyer,or you could ask him (the neighboor) to split the price of the higher fencing and that would keep the stallion out of your paddocks and a the nieghboor out of the courtroom.....good luck
    09-18-2007, 05:14 AM
Originally Posted by Xanadu
We're actually from TX. Our whole family is there. My mom has a little place on Lake Livingston but works as a nurse in Austin. She keeps an apartment in Austin and drives back and forth. She drives right through Huntsville.
Wow! MY mom has a place on Lake Livingston. In Cape Royal! What a small world. I am a nurse at the hospital there in Huntsville. That sure is a long drive to Austin!

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