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post #8171 of 29437 Old 04-26-2013, 10:33 PM
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WOW!! Just found this thread and thought great, people my age (I am 45) and then saw that the thread consisted of 817 pages oh! My goodness what a lot of reading to do. So I thought I would start at the end and get involved with 2 words that describe my horse.

My horse would definitely be described as LOYAL and SENSITIVE...
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post #8172 of 29437 Old 04-26-2013, 10:33 PM
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Hi With Grace,

My boy is a little (14.1hh) Standardbred gelding and we have been partners since 2007. We love trail riding with family and friends and also do Agility which both of us are enjoying.

Good luck!! For your show in 11 days
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post #8173 of 29437 Old 04-26-2013, 10:34 PM
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Hey Stan!

Kiwi?? I once had a leg of lamb from New Zealand that a guy from your way prepped and roasted for us. His nick-name was Kiwi. Never had lamb that good since. In fact, we had dinner last night with another well traveled couple and got to talking about food. That leg of lamb was mentioned. LOL.

My talk to my buddy about someday flying to New Zealand and riding around what looks like a very interesting Country on many levels.

My buddy is a little large so the airlines want to charge A LOT more and we can not find his birth certificate for a Passport.

Dang you Sereno! You ARE a Challenging buddy!

Perhaps it's time for me to take a long walk in my back yard. Sereno HATES the ocean.

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Serino is that your back yard? It is beautiful.
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post #8174 of 29437 Old 04-26-2013, 10:35 PM
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G'Day PalominoBuck - nice to meet you all..

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post #8175 of 29437 Old 04-26-2013, 10:36 PM
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Hi all!

Had two lessons this week, went well except that Kes is in heat and was stubborn. We've got our Training Level Tests 1 and 2 down, and am feeling pretty good about them. Got to memorize test 3 tonight, as we have a lesson again tomorrow. Can't believe we leave for the show in 11 days! Have my show bridles all cleaned and ready to move bits over to them, need to clean my saddles and boots soon too. Brought my dressage show coat and my hunt coats in for tailoring today...am finally almost ready!

Also got confirmation from the hubs and trainer that we are going to Regionals in June!! Can hardly contain my excitement!
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post #8176 of 29437 Old 04-26-2013, 11:03 PM
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post #8177 of 29437 Old 04-27-2013, 12:49 AM
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Hey Stan!

Kiwi?? I once had a leg of lamb from New Zealand that a guy from your way prepped and roasted for us. His nick-name was Kiwi. Never had lamb that good since. In fact, we had dinner last night with another well traveled couple and got to talking about food. That leg of lamb was mentioned. LOL.

My talk to my buddy about someday flying to New Zealand and riding around what looks like a very interesting Country on many levels.

My buddy is a little large so the airlines want to charge A LOT more and we can not find his birth certificate for a Passport.

Dang you Sereno! You ARE a Challenging buddy!

Perhaps it's time for me to take a long walk in my back yard. Sereno HATES the ocean.

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Love the back yard and of course I'll take the chance to show mine
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Brief rundown My back yard and the beach we often ride. 60 miles of sand its a west coast beach on the Tasman sea, that's the ditch between NZ and Australia. And talking about leg roast. Sorry to those that like little critters but with mint sauce.
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post #8178 of 29437 Old 04-27-2013, 01:04 AM
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O/K we have had the best horse in the world and I lost. I have competed against the cutest face and was beaten by a horse. Well lets see the best Butt if you dare.


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post #8179 of 29437 Old 04-27-2013, 01:20 AM Thread Starter
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61 here. Am I too old and crabby to join in at times?

Two words to describe Sereno?

Challenging buddy.

(had to run back to check that I used two b's instead of p's.)
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post #8180 of 29437 Old 04-27-2013, 01:23 AM
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I have a TB, he has no butt, I can't win this contest.

I personally love lamb, there's nothing better, but it's about $35 here for a joint that was enough to feed 6. Crazy prices, and if I had land, I'd be raising lamb.

Stan if your wife ever hoofs you out, let me know. I could live there quite happily. Not sure how well I would cope with you, but duct tape is a wonderful thing.

Hi to all the newbs.
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