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        11-18-2009, 09:49 AM
    Yeah I figured I would have to be at least 18 to really get anywhere with this but it could at least help me get a good start.

    I do actually do more jumper shows than hunter shows. My pony just isn't calm enough in the ring to do hunters, but we are working on it. Haha She just doesn't like to go super slow and I think she enjoys jumpers more. I do, do an occasional hunter show if my trainer wants me to show one of her ponies. I am also thinking about getting this horse that just came to the barn and I will eventually be doing hunter shows with her. But she has a LONG way to go before she will be ready for that. Haha

    I understand getting a Lawyer and I guess we probably will since that is what everyone has said to do. Haha But like I said, nothing will be happening until january, when the holidays are over. I really hope everything works out even if I don't make it to the top in the horse world. It would be a great experience, I think.

    Thanks everyone!
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