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        01-23-2012, 05:09 PM
    Originally Posted by draftgrl    
    neither lol
    Its a special with a 215
    Cute classic, but this thread is about horses guys! Lol!
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        01-23-2012, 05:11 PM
    Mine sound right tame but:

    Show for the first time and in my side saddle

    Have my dad watch me ride at my home (I haven't seen him in 2 years, his fault not mine, and have been riding for 13 years)

    Have a custom western side saddle (I love my old name english saddle but how can you not drool over those fancy western ones)

    Have someone tell me I can ride half way good by someone that matters to me (not my mom)

    Anything else is a bonus!
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        01-23-2012, 05:12 PM
    Originally Posted by Skyseternalangel    
    Cute classic, but this thread is about horses guys! Lol!
    Yeah....I tend to get quite distracted! Whether it be horses, or cars!

        01-23-2012, 05:21 PM
    1. Go out west to a week long cattle drive vacation
    2. Enter into a western pleasure or level 1 dressage competition
    3. Buy a house with some property to build a barn so I can have my horse on my own grounds
    4. Spend more time trail riding
    5. I like that someone suggested a horse that lives a long healthy life so I can spend as much time with him as possible.
        01-23-2012, 06:19 PM
    Originally Posted by traildancer    
    cmarie--I rode the TRT in 2005. It was awesome. You will love it. In one of the issues of the TRT Association newsletters they printed an article I wrote about our trip. Don't know if they archive issues, but if you are interested, I could send you a copy.

    My list:
    Ride Tevis as a trail ride
    Ride the Tahoe Rim Trail again
    Ride the PCT from California to Washington State (so Oregon only)
    Solo-pack the loop around Diamond Peak
    Solo-pack the loop around the Three Sisters
    Ride from the headwaters of the South Umpqua River (Fish Lake) to the headwaters of the North Umpqua River (Maidu Lake)
    Ride the Rogue-Umpqua Divide Trail
    Continue to ride 1000 miles a year
    I would love a copy thanks
        01-23-2012, 06:27 PM
    These are great guys! Haha, nice car(:

    My new goal is
    -master balenceing riding and schoolwork.
    Bucket list:
    -seconding the successful double bareback ride!!
    -jump my horse bareback and backwords
        01-23-2012, 06:34 PM
    Everyone wants to successfully ride double bareback.. heck I just want to be able to ride bareback myself.. and what I weigh.. I would feel sorry for the horse having to carry a double rider.. even though for 5 min or so it may be ok.. I wont risk it
        01-23-2012, 06:48 PM
    1. Get confident enough at riding to take Oakey on a trail ride off the farm.

    2. Finish training Oakey to ride without a bridle.

    3. Find some other people to ride with!

    4. Ride English. Maybe, sometime.
        01-23-2012, 06:56 PM
    Originally Posted by Tyler    
    1. Get confident enough at riding to take Oakey on a trail ride off the farm.

    2. Finish training Oakey to ride without a bridle.

    3. Find some other people to ride with!

    4. Ride English. Maybe, sometime.

    I knew a western trail horse named okey, he switched to english and became a foxhunter!
    Wow, that's a little wierd, did I mention that his owner was famous for riding him...BRIDLE-LESS. Creep-y.
        01-23-2012, 10:03 PM
    @princecharming: No kidding?!? That's pretty cool. =)
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