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        11-22-2010, 10:00 AM
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    Foal
    new horse is a SSH

    Hello, just wanted to share a couple of pics of our new family member... Jelly Bean (J.B.) is a ten year old SSH.. I've ridden a couple of TWH before and really liked the smooth way of going (after riding Q.H types all my life) and I ran across this boy, man wanted to get a quarter horse to "match " what his friends were riding, so this guy was a deal at only $400.... only thing that needs work, is he walks away when he sees a halter in hand, so now he gets his feed and treats only when he sticks his nose in a halter... and he could use a little weight...but other than that is a very level headed well mannered boy. I am teaching him to walk and to canter, which he is picking up quickly.. smart boy.. I don't think he has ever done either undersaddle before now...thanks for looking and listening....ride safe everyone
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        11-22-2010, 07:19 PM
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    Yearling
    Hi Goose! What a good lookin' boy! Sometimes you can find the best horses in those "good deals". My Spotted Saddle Horse was a lucky find as well. We'd actually went to look at the "brown and white" horse, which turned out to be the most beautiful thing I'd ever seen! He's super sweet, and there's no way I could have passed on him. He too is in need of abit of work. Mainly on standing when mounting. These guys are so smart though...they'll catch on in no time. :)
         

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