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post #11 of 21 Old 10-29-2013, 08:49 PM
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Nope,there's halters on in a few of the pics only because I'm either working with them (free lunging) or they've just been moved into a different pen/paddock while their pens are being quick cleaned,in which case I'm right there and they're being supervised.They aren't just left on all the time. :)
Awesome, thanks for clarifying!

Nice photos - I'm divided on the whole snow thing.
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post #12 of 21 Old 10-29-2013, 09:01 PM Thread Starter
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Usually I would say "sharing is caring", buttttttttttt in this case, not so much!! Its ok, really. You can have all of it!! I wont mind one bit!!

It is BEAUTIFUL there though!!

Ok, sooooooooooooo I must ask. Are you a Heartland fan?? :)
It is pretty,and the snow adds to that,for sure..It's not the snow I mind too much,really,but rather the cold that accompanies it.I despise the cold!
And yes,actually,I do enjoy Heartland. :)
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post #13 of 21 Old 10-29-2013, 09:03 PM
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Oh I totally agree about the cold!!! Cuts to the bone!!!
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I froze my butt off at some services this morning. I actually like the snow, but not when I have to be outside in a suit and freeze to death.
Went for a quick ride this morning,and yikes,it was cold!! If only we could have the snow with temps staying just below 0C,nice and mild,rather than this -15C or colder stuff..
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post #15 of 21 Old 11-02-2013, 02:22 PM
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Alberta nice! I'm in your area as well. Here are some pics of my boy from that snow fall. BY the way, theyre calling for more today from calgary to edmonton. Its currently snowing where i am.

OH and speaking of heartland...I went to the studio back in the summer time when they opened it to a select amount of people. I met Ty and Amy, and Jake. Plus saw pretty much every one else, and met the horses. I can share pictures if anyone would like me to.

crazy boy...when he stood up there was a melted patch haha

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post #16 of 21 Old 11-02-2013, 02:47 PM
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Nice pictures...Saddlebreds? We'll get some snow this winter, but just a bit & it doesn't stay for long! Which is just fine.
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Alberta nice! I'm in your area as well. Here are some pics of my boy from that snow fall. BY the way, theyre calling for more today from calgary to edmonton. Its currently snowing where i am.

OH and speaking of heartland...I went to the studio back in the summer time when they opened it to a select amount of people. I met Ty and Amy, and Jake. Plus saw pretty much every one else, and met the horses. I can share pictures if anyone would like me to.

crazy boy...when he stood up there was a melted patch haha


Your little guy's a cutie. :)
Yes,it's currently snowing like crazy here,very poor visibility;the 6 in. we got the first time around had melted down to about 2,but it's quickly adding up again,now with a lovely layer of ice underneath.Was going to go for a ride this afternoon,but I'm beginning to rethink that idea,lol.
That's sweet that you got to go visit the studio and meet the people and horses!
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Nice pictures...Saddlebreds? We'll get some snow this winter, but just a bit & it doesn't stay for long! Which is just fine.

The two chestnuts are indeed Saddlebreds,the pinto is a Georgian Grande/National Show Horse X,so lots of Saddlebred in her as well.
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wow what a difference in 24 hours!! beautiful pictures though!!!!
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One word; STUNNING
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