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    Today I went to see a horse to lease. They were having a little fun day at the barn and brought out the barrels and timers. It was really fun and I got to meet Wonder the new gelding I lease. I went with my dad. He doesn't know anything about horsesnso it was funny watching him ask me what everything was. Like 15 girls were there who were all my age, so I met them and we had fun. I had not cantered in about 4 months. I did it within the first 5 Mins on Wonder. It felt great. I rode for a good 3 hours and got up to a hand gallop. I love the boy I lease. He is the cutest thing. He is chestnut with some feathers on his hocks and the sweetest brown eyes. Just adorable. I full lease him for $150 a month. I don't have to clean his stall or feed, I have full use of their tack and I can ride whenever I want.
    The last lady I leased from was a bit nuts. Her horse was super old and out of shape. There was no where to ride except for a tiny field. This place is much better and I'm really exited :)

    Its going to be a great summer! ;DD
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