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        12-12-2012, 01:37 AM
    Green Broke


    I did not make it to the beach but I did get in a ride today. I spent 30 minutes riding Bugs. No complaints he went well considering he has to learn my body language and mine his. Ill take him on the farm for an hour tomorrow night and try for the beach again on Saturday.

    She who must be obeyed took the photos and commented I have to get into shape, well I responded in an instant and demanded to know what she ment. She had the gaul to tell me I was getting rather round, whats wrong with round I responded curtly its a shape. I walked away so she could not get the last word in
    Now and again we win one.

    The other photo is Stella and Kate looking on.
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        12-12-2012, 02:55 AM
    Good evening everyone
    Hope you all are well
    Nice pictures Stan
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        12-12-2012, 07:48 PM
    Nice pictures stan. Ya look good riding that bronc. So why is it so quiet on here anymore? What happened to all the talkers?? Its up to you stan to get everybody back and yacking up a storm.. im missing the old place. Don't make me call you out by hope everyone is doing good..ride safe..and hope you have happy holidays.. happy trailseveryone
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        12-12-2012, 08:03 PM
    Stan the Man - he looks good on a horse!

    Stan, I think you just needed another male on the farm. I'm sorry that you're selling Stella though. There's something about her that's special.
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        12-12-2012, 08:21 PM
    Its ok.stan and I can keep this forum going.right stan?? is my new horse I got this fall. And have enjoyed working with her. Some times its like you just click with a horse. And working them is just so much fun. You can hardly wait for tomorrow to get here. When I finally got putting some trail miles on her. And road miles.. getting the as many wet saddle blankets before winters ugly head hit I found that she was just a hoot. The more I rode her the more I enjoyed her.. makes you remember why we do it . Anyways.not great pictures of her. But its all I have. Ride safe everyone
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        12-12-2012, 09:05 PM
    Was finally able to ride after work tonight! It is amazing how much my mood improves after I spend time with Isabella.

    The evening barn help was late so I helped bring in horses and feed. I am muddy, smell like horse, and have hay in my hair...but I wouldn't want it any other way!

    Stopping by a saddle store tomorrow to check out an Aussie saddle. They intrigue me and I would like to try one.

    Stan and Montana....great pictures!!!
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        12-12-2012, 11:10 PM
    Hey corgi. I think the smell of hay mud horse and leather to be one of the greatest smells known to man kind.. had a check out lady one time when I was buying a powerade ask me what I been doing. I said working some young horses out. And she informed me that her last husband had that same smell...and was a darn good marriage till he stoped riding everyone lets get some action back on here.its cold.snowy..windy..and I don't want to leave the fire... ride safe everyone...
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        12-12-2012, 11:21 PM
    Green Broke
    Originally Posted by maisie    
    Stan the Man - he looks good on a horse!

    Stan, I think you just needed another male on the farm. I'm sorry that you're selling Stella though. There's something about her that's special.
    I walk outside and there she is and always with that look on her face. Im not sure if I will be able to sell her at this time even though we have had a parting of the ways, so to speak. When she stands tall at the fence and steers at me its the look of i'm so cute you can't sell me and she is right There is something about that horse that most people like and are attracted to once you have been around her. So if your coming over to NZ to escape the winter there is a horse here that needs a little work out. She is realy fat. I'm thinking of changing her name to Toofat. And one of her good points after one has worked on her front hoof and it hits the ground she picks up the back one and waits. Its times like that, that make it a hard decision. like trading in a wife. Oops of the the corner again,
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        12-12-2012, 11:27 PM
    Wish I could get over there and miss the winter here. And go on some rides with you. I would love to see your country. And put some miles on your horses with you. Get back here when the snow is gone.. that im thinking about ride safe everyone..and and I can keep this thread on the forum a rocken.. by our talken.... lol...
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        12-12-2012, 11:34 PM
    Hey corgi.. nice to know your helping me and stan out on getting this thread going.. seems everyone is busy.. wonder why im oh yeah.winter. That's my excuse and im sticking to safe everyone.. and feel free to jump right in...

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