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post #11 of 17 Old 03-14-2012, 05:54 PM
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No pun intended right WS? Haha

Looks like a ton of fun, us bamamians might have to try it out for ourselves ;)
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LMAO!
Actually, not! I didnt even realise it!
I was going to say the S word, but.... I've already had my fingers slapped.

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post #12 of 17 Old 03-14-2012, 06:03 PM
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Buddy and Regal are both more interesting to look at than the "sledders", to me.
Ever heard of the sport where they pull skiers along and over jumps, with horses? Is the "skijorking?" not sure the name. The horses go really, really fast and the skiers say that they are really booking.
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Well hey, if you can't beat em' join em' right? Its been so wet down here that there's just no way to ride without getting muddy, so you might as well get muddy the right way!

Tinylily- haha, they're a lot more pleasing to the eye aren't they? Give Budweiser (yes...beer. Once again proof of crazy deadbrained cowboys) some credit though, he was doing all of the pulling! Good thing he isn't your typical prissy saddlebred, eh? ;D

And yes, I actually have heard of that! Compared to skijoring, I suppose that our sick form of fun isn't all that abnormal after all....lol!

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I hope no one hit a rock LOL
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post #15 of 17 Old 03-15-2012, 06:48 PM
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lol that looks like so much fun, and hey your horse learned to pull you through the muck lol
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Casey - XD no kidding!

Chandra1313 - haha, I don't think we'd try it with any other horse. Budweiser is as much of a trained cow horse as you'll ever find on a ranch. He wasn't even bothered a little bit by all of the screaming and laughing!

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Nice. Definitely something my family would do. Goodness, my brother and cousin did "lawn surfing"...a board tied to a riding lawnmower and you have to stand on it....in the yard that the dogs dig up. Ha
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