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post #101 of 3149 Old 07-02-2012, 06:07 PM
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:o !! This is the best idea I get so jealous looking at the 40 and over one lol...
Anywho, im Ashleigh, im 20 live in aus and my horses name is nyx. I have had horses my whole life except the past two years cos my rents took off north and I stayed behind and had to sell my horses. :((

But just got back into it and decided to get a year old quarab filly to break and train myself. LOVING IT she's such a pleasure to work with and love her to bits. :)

But the biggest pain is that I can't ride her yet soooo fustrrating. >:\
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post #102 of 3149 Old 07-02-2012, 06:10 PM
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I have a close friend who is 21 and getting married in less then a year, it's a scary thought sometimes but they seem happy. I've been in a relationship for almost 5 yrs and much of it was long distance, now that he's home we're relearning how to be together almost and I cannot imagine getting married yet. Not saying it's not for everyone though, many of my family members have been married since they were young and all are still happily together!

The non horsey people I sadly understand :( I live in San Diego which actually is known for having numerous horse communities but many people are still very much "city folk", horse forum is my dose of horse on the days I'm not working.
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post #103 of 3149 Old 07-02-2012, 06:19 PM
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Aw Zeke 5 years! That's great I've been with my current boyfriend for three years, as a girl I dream of marriage, LOL. But it's too soon for me yet to jump into everything. I know a lot of people are getting married young again, it's a crazy, crazy thought although to some it's the normal thing to do.

May I just say again I LOVE this thread! So saddle question, looking at a billy cook all around a lady has one for sale for $450 here, it's in great condition and I've heard good things what do you all think, do you like yours?

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post #104 of 3149 Old 07-02-2012, 06:48 PM
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Oh I totally dream of marriage too Annanoel, it's just not the right time for us yet and he is so weirded out about the legal side of marriage (way to be a party pooper babe!) and with his new job and crazy hours we're both a little freaked haha. Three years is a long time too, that's great! I remember being the akward (so I thought) girl in school wondering if I'd ever have a bf now here I am....haha

I'm rusty on saddle specs but have heard great things about the cook saddles. They're typically at least a grand im remembering right so this would be a good deal if it all worked out!
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post #105 of 3149 Old 07-02-2012, 08:45 PM
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I am a huge fan of online school for horse people. After I got out of high school, I did online school and trained for 3 different barns down here. If I had had to go to actual classes, I never would have gotten into the professional side of this industry as early as I did.

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Well that's a relief :)

The last day was Feb 18th :( so it's been around 5 months, leaving only 19 left!

I know I am over the moon to have people my age. Usually they're much older which is fine, but it's nice to have people my age too

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I've been in a relationship for almost 5 yrs and much of it was long distance, now that he's home we're relearning how to be together almost and I cannot imagine getting married yet.

Horse forum is my dose of horse on the days I'm not working.
Man girl.. 5 years that's tough stuff!

And I agree.. this is my horse fix for now hahaha!

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post #106 of 3149 Old 07-02-2012, 09:20 PM
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Oh I'm not saying being married this young is bad it takes a lot to commit so early. Just not yet for me. Of course I love the thought of being married but then I'm stuck with the bugger.

But I have taught the bf to feed my horse every morning when he's home (he's an airline pilot, so gone a lot). And he sends me pictures to show she's doing good. I've even gotten him riding on long trail rides :).

Oh and to celebrate the 100 degree weather tomorrow I volunteered to help put up fences. Going to work on that farmers tan, yay. Hopefully no heat stroke. I'm sure my horse will be laughing at me.
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post #107 of 3149 Old 07-02-2012, 09:27 PM
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What are everyone's 4th plans?

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post #108 of 3149 Old 07-02-2012, 09:31 PM
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Id love to get married young! My parents were married and had me at 21!
Me and my partner are actually in the process of buying our first house with 3 acres and a stable for my baby!

So I don't think wedding bells are far off for us either. :)
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post #109 of 3149 Old 07-02-2012, 09:32 PM
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What are everyone's 4th plans?
Whats that? Lol
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