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        10-09-2008, 08:08 PM
    Green Broke
    WOW he's gorgeous!!! You can really see the bond :) and look at you getting back up so quickly :)
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        10-09-2008, 08:22 PM
    You can call me Chelsea. Haha, and she's not mine sadly. I don't have a horse of my own because my parents don't think its a good idea to buy one. (They have no clue) So I have to wait til I'm 18 and can buy my own.
        10-09-2008, 08:23 PM
    Thanks ! He's such a good boy . And its funny , he used to run away from me when I would get him from the field . And now ever since the fall and all ; he runs UP to me ha ha . He's a sweetie .
        10-09-2008, 08:31 PM
    Where did you adopt him from if you don't mind me asking? (There are so many big rescues in and around MD).
        10-09-2008, 08:37 PM
    Horse net rescue .
    Up in mt. Airy ; the baltimore area .

    Heres the website .

    Its such a nice place ; GREAT trusting people .
    Bays under success stories (:
        10-09-2008, 08:43 PM
    I've looked at horses there. It looks nice. I drove up to Days End Horse Rescue the other day, and it was nice, but no one seemed interested in helping me. So we left. (I walked around for a good 30 minutes, and no one even like aknowledged me)
        10-09-2008, 08:53 PM
    Well horsenet ; the main lady elle works it with her husband and many volunteers come and help with the barn and all . Elle helped me with EVERYTHING .
    I looked at Days End website ; but I actually saw a horse at horsenet named CeCe and she looked like a pretty mare but she couldnt jump , so elle told me to look at Bayberry . And well we know where that ended ha ha . We had to go up there about two times and ride him before we settled for him . Just so we could see a bond going before anything else . It was a three hour drive for us =/ three weeks in a row . But it was worth it . Its reallly pretty up there .
        10-09-2008, 09:06 PM
    Oh the things we do for our ponies. I remember one time I was on a trail where you had to cross water, in my brand new half chaps. The pony I was on got scared (I ride her for her owner). We'd trailered the horses there and it took an hour, so I wasn't just going to turn back. So what do I do? I get off and through the knee deep water I go. Needless to say, they werent new anymore. And my boots smelled wet for the rest of the day.
        10-09-2008, 09:12 PM
    Oh I do the saaaame thing . We took Bay on his FIRST trail ride yesterday because we're getting ready to go on this 4 hour judged trail ride on nov. 9th ; we were just walking along the woods and a fourwheeler zoomed in on us and I jumped down and I talked to the guy saying that he needed to stop when he saw our group and he went on; bay , he's not the scardy cat type but he just jumps at random times . Basically he makes sure you're paying attention ha ha . And he wanted to trot but I wasnt too safe with that because it was dinner time and he was hungry so I got down and I ran with him . A looooooong run all the way to the barn lol
        10-09-2008, 09:15 PM
    Haha, that totally seems like something I would do. Us horse people must appear crazy to others.

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