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        07-26-2012, 03:35 AM
    Susan- yay! So excited for you!
    Corgi- the hoof looks so much better, you must be so relieved.
    Cacowgirl-watch your carrots girlie ;)
    Texas- thanks for the carrot treat!
    CW- so great you got your forms done good luck with getting your appt!
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        07-26-2012, 08:10 AM

    CW said:

    "Yay I got my forms filled out so tomorrow I am going to make an


    CW, hope this turns out to be the beginning of the reconnection to horses that you've been looking for!

    Good morning, Over 40 Lounge, as Texasgal calls us.
        07-26-2012, 10:51 AM
    Trying to see if I can add a picture

    Originally Posted by Stan    
    Hello from NZ and welcome. I am the token male on the thread, the other one is younger than myself, so could not be considered a token.

    We need a picture of the horse you ride, and hurry up and get the property ready for your horse. Having them outside the window does not gurantee more riding, but you do get to see the antics they can get up to. As for spending at the tack shop. My take on horse ownership is, on payday when returning home from work I go into the paddock and dump a wad of cash on the ground. Whats left Roslyn steals using some bogus reasion. Got to love the horse to keep going.
    Okay lets see if I can get a picture in.....

    Hey Texasgal once I get my horse I will have to have you join me for a ride we have a few trails in our neighborhood or over at Jones Forest......
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        07-26-2012, 11:00 AM
    ^^ Can ya'll handle the prettiest arabian mare ever???

    (Usually all I have to do is say "Arabian" and all the QH folks say "Um, ohhhh..."
        07-26-2012, 11:08 AM
    Sooooooo I was feeling kinda guilty that Gunner gets all the attention .. He's more photogenic, he's the one we are riding, etc.

    Yesterday evening there was a little rain shower right before I got to the pasture, so they horses were all clean and pretty .. I decided to take some pics of Badger. Bless his homely little heart.. my "mustang wannabe" .. hehe.

    And finally he looked at me like "If you don't stop taking pictures, I'm going to make UGLY FACES.." lol

        07-26-2012, 11:29 AM
    when I hear americans called yanks I think of new yorkers, not anyone from the south lol

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    I'm a NYC resident from way back and I accept the term "Yankee" with a laugh. However, I think the true Yankees hail from New England, notably Maine. My mother's family comes from NE and Pennsylvania, but my father's started out in Georgia and traveled north to Philly during Reconstruction. Who knows?

    I've got another lesson on levitating horse "Rouge" today. I think I'll start singing to him before any shenanigans. Wish me luck.

    CW, Im so glad you got that paperwork done. This seems like the best prospect for you so far.
        07-26-2012, 11:41 AM
    Originally Posted by texasgal    
    ^^ Can ya'll handle the prettiest arabian mare ever???

    (Usually all I have to do is say "Arabian" and all the QH folks say "Um, ohhhh..."

    There are good horses of every breed and a good horse is never a bad color...
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        07-26-2012, 11:42 AM
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    CW soon soon soon you will be riding again!!!!!!!!!
        07-26-2012, 11:52 AM
    OK I am balling as I write this, but it must be done.

    Please tell me honestly what she is worth in your opinion? ( I would even give her to the right kid)

    Finished contesting and drill team mare
        07-26-2012, 12:00 PM
    Originally Posted by Susan Crumrine    
    OK I am balling as I write this, but it must be done.

    Please tell me honestly what she is worth in your opinion? ( I would even give her to the right kid)

    Finished contesting and drill team mare
    Awww, Susan! It's so hard. I couldn't put a price on her, because she sounds priceless! She's beautiful! To help you decide could you go to "dream" and see what comparable horses are getting? Wish I had money, because I really need a horse like that!

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