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        02-03-2013, 02:09 PM
      #6931
    Yearling
    Hi All!

    Critter - doc has a sweet face...so glad your farrier would be able to help those feet!

    CW - so sorry Marc is so sick, the man flu is soooo much worse than any other flu. <runs to the corner>

    Token - wow Roslyn has a great talent!! Beautiful paintings! Be careful posting around here, as the amount of commissioned work wanted around here is huge and then you'd have to come clean to "she who must" that you posted them here.

    Cacow - is AZ getting any warmer for you?

    Alex - I'm glad it's not just me...I forget my age as well as how many years I've been married constantly...the years all blend together.
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        02-03-2013, 02:18 PM
      #6932
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    Hi All!

    Critter - doc has a sweet face...so glad your farrier would be able to help those feet!
    Me too I will have to post more pictures of him my trainer was a bit worried as one back hoove is split pretty high but the farrier said in a few trims he'll be good as new... Is monday here yet so I I can call and get the PPE done .. uggg lol
    I feel like a kid not wanting to wait..
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        02-03-2013, 03:26 PM
      #6933
    Green Broke
    Haha grace so true about man flu. Love the paintings Stan lots of talent there. Maybe I will have to post some of mine
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        02-03-2013, 04:30 PM
      #6934
    Trained
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    Haha grace so true about man flu. Love the paintings Stan lots of talent there. Maybe I will have to post some of mine
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    I think that you should!
         
        02-03-2013, 04:42 PM
      #6935
    Green Broke
    With Grace-the freeze is over-for now,we had some rain this morning,but a small fire really warmed things up quickly. Cooler weather is coming again, but going to a neighbor's later today for a S.Bowl party-lots of great food, & they have a lovely wood stove-so I'll be warm & have a full tummy. Have been having lots of spicy soups & hot drinks to keep hydrated & warm. So glad to hear of your progress w/Kes. I've always liked Morgans & bay mares are such a favorite of mine. Especially when they exhibit a bit of character.
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        02-03-2013, 07:18 PM
      #6936
    Foal
    Smile Finally got my own horse at 50!

    I am 50+ woman and I finally got my first horse when I turned 50! She is a mature quarter horse named "Sugar". I have loved horses since I was a little girl and took riding lessons during my teen years. I am having a problem with meeting people my age to go trail riding with. I have my own trailer so I could pick up another horse and rider. I live in the south suburbs of Chicago, IL. Got any suggestions?
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        02-03-2013, 07:25 PM
      #6937
    Trained
    I guess Georgia is a little far ................
         
        02-03-2013, 07:48 PM
      #6938
    Trained
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    I am 50+ woman and I finally got my first horse when I turned 50! She is a mature quarter horse named "Sugar". I have loved horses since I was a little girl and took riding lessons during my teen years. I am having a problem with meeting people my age to go trail riding with. I have my own trailer so I could pick up another horse and rider. I live in the south suburbs of Chicago, IL. Got any suggestions?
    Welcome Tee2 nice you meet you

    You will like it here
    Sugar sounds like a very nice horse for you
         
        02-03-2013, 08:11 PM
      #6939
    Yearling
    Wow...lots to get caught up on.

    Xena, what happened with your horse? Is everything ok? Did I miss an update?

    Critter, nice looking horse!

    Stan, your wife is very talented! Thanks for sharing those pics!

    CW, sorry Marc has been ill. It's never fun when our husbands are sick.

    Welcome to the new members!

    Still too muddy to ride. I am going through riding withdrawls. Isabella is not liking the muddy and cold weather. She has arthritis and gets relief when I can ride and she gets exercise. The cold weather and lack of riding is really allowing her to stiffen up. I hate it.

    Hubby and I went out today just to visit and give some love to our horses. This first one is of my hubby and the horse he leases, Scuffy, a TWH.
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        02-03-2013, 08:13 PM
      #6940
    Yearling
    This is a cool pic that I took of Dance and Quigley having a "discussion" over the fence. Isabella is looking on. Dance is the other grey and Isabella's boyfriend.
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