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        04-28-2013, 09:04 PM
      #8261
    Yearling
    Very nice saddle PB!

    Ok, my turn:

    Occupation: I taught middle school for 15 years and now I am in central office administration and my areas of responsibility include gifted ed, social studies, foreign language, and professional development. I have been in public ed for 22 years!

    Marital status: married for 19 years!!!

    Childen: none- being in public education for 22 years will do that to you.

    Location: probably would be considered rural/suburban. I can get to a large city in about 45 minutes.

    Where I keep my horse: I board Isabella at a place that is exactly halfway between my house and my office, takes me 15 minutes to get there.

    Hobbies: believe it or not, I am actually a paranormal investigator in my spare time. I am with a very well respected research group. I am one of the biggest skeptics of the group. I have been doing this for 8 years and our group has been featured on the TV shows "Ghosthunters" and " A Haunting". If I had to choose between horses and investigating, I would choose horses but I love the thrill of a good investigation! I am still waiting to see something that will actually scare me. I have a spine of steel!

    If I could ride anywhere: my favorite place to ride has been out in Montana so I would like to go back out there, but pretty much anywhere I can move cattle on horseback!

    Job with horses: I know it is hard work, but I would love to work on a ranch and work with cattle.
         
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        04-28-2013, 09:23 PM
      #8262
    Foal
    OK here goes.

    Occupation, Pastor

    Marital Status, Separated

    Kids, 2 beautiful daughters, 2 awesome Grandkids

    I live outside a small city along a river

    Jet lives at Runnin' Circles Ranch, about 17 minutes away, with a really nice riding trail across the street.

    My hobbies are Horses, Fishing, Movies, and Audio Books.

    My dream horse job would be to be a Mounted Shooting Champion.

    My dream places to ride would be Wyoming like in the first 2 pics and in and along the ocean like in the last 2 pics, but I would be me and not a girl. HAHA.
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        04-28-2013, 09:56 PM
      #8263
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    Originally Posted by PalominoBuck    
    Celeste, men love to pee outside no matter where we are from. Lol.
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    You speak for your self, unlike those in the States that have 100 miles between neighbours and can indulge, I live in a very small country where there is always some one watching Even in the country we are close.
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        04-28-2013, 10:04 PM
      #8264
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    [QUOTE=nvr2many;2373017]Hey Stan................... is that beer grass your horse is eating outside your kitchen window?

    Not going to tell you
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        04-28-2013, 10:12 PM
      #8265
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    Originally Posted by Sereno    
    My wife and I would do a lot of riding along the beach when we had our boys at this stable but never took photos except for these few. Here we are with a couple of friends on a 5 hour ride. Sereno (the gray) has the insulated saddlebags with lunch that we really like and use a lot.



    My wife on Chican getting into his paso corto as we leave the stables at Sea Horse Ranch.

    Stop to watch the "kids".





    After a couple of hours we stop for lunch and enjoy the view and company.

    Back at the stables; Sereno is always watching me and tells me things. Like "take this stuff OFF and FEED ME!".



    Horses all put away and back home. Time for a dip in the pool and watch the sun set over Puerto Plata.

    I'll work on our last ride in the compo in the hills to show you a little different picture of things here.

    Sorry about the sizing but.... I don't care. LOL.
    Well I don't know about the others but I am on my way as soon as I can get my passport off she who must be obeyed and sneek out. What did you say your address was.

    Hey the saddle on the grey is it an endurance. I ride in a Tucker endurance with western skirt.
         
        04-28-2013, 10:21 PM
      #8266
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    Originally Posted by PalominoBuck    
    I traded my saddle for this one yesterday, I like the Western Cowboy look and the high cantle.

    Looks good PB. They say they invented the high cantle so we older folks don't slide of the back of the horse when going up hill not that I am thinking you slide off the horse when going up hill.
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        04-28-2013, 10:34 PM
      #8267
    Green Broke
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Stan    
    Well I don't know about the others but I am on my way as soon as I can get my passport off she who must be obeyed and sneek out. What did you say your address was.

    Hey the saddle on the grey is it an endurance. I ride in a Tucker endurance with western skirt.
    I also ride in an endurance with my mare, here it is... Oh and I was ooh and aweing all over yours Stan...

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        04-28-2013, 11:02 PM
      #8268
    Green Broke
    Not awe, but ahhhhhhhhhhhh, lol. ^^^
         
        04-28-2013, 11:23 PM
      #8269
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    Originally Posted by nvr2many    
    I also ride in an endurance with my mare, here it is... Oh and I was ooh and aweing all over yours Stan...

    What brand is yours it looks very similar around the pomel to mine.
         
        04-28-2013, 11:38 PM
      #8270
    Green Broke
    Nice saddle PB. I've had a couple of my used saddles for well over 25 years now. A Western & an Aussie. My English saddle I bought new-haven't ridden in it for a few years-I should get it cleaned up & sell it. It's a Crosby, if I remember right.
         

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