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        06-27-2012, 11:03 AM
    Originally Posted by Skyseternalangel    
    Good riddance! Too clingy.. people need their independent time too and riding is very fun.
    Absolutely. I could only see it getting worse over time if I didn't end it.

    Now I've got my leased horse, all I need is a girlfriend - take a number ladies!
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        06-27-2012, 11:40 AM
    Originally Posted by jfmnyc    
    Absolutely. I could only see it getting worse over time if I didn't end it.

    Now I've got my leased horse, all I need is a girlfriend - take a number ladies!
    Haha very nice xD

    I am happy I found Jonathan :) we are on the search for him a horse he can work with (wants something with a little attitude but that I'd be comfortable riding since my broken neck )
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        08-28-2012, 10:35 AM
    Just wanted to chime in and say that there are men around here. I've been in love with riding horses since I was 6, but out of the horse light for about 5 years now and just getting back into it. So where I am the type to prefer just getting on and riding, this forum does have a lot of training tips, working tips, and all around just general tips for horse care. Not to mention the place I keep my horse is about 80% teenage girls. I don't know about the rest of the guys here, but I have a hard time getting a straight answer from them, and there are only 2 other guys at the barn. So, this forum has its benefits, but I can also attest to the guys who just want to ride. That's me, I don't do shows, I ride western, I do trails, and used to do contesting (barrels, poles, etc.). I can't stand an english saddle and eventing bores me to tears. But hey, that's just me.
        08-28-2012, 04:05 PM
    As a male I have very little patience when it comes to riding around and around in an arena.
    If I can keep my but in the saddle and ride any gait I want I can ride.
    I am not concerned about the position of my hands, feet, or if I am on the right diagnol..{i don't post}.
    I might not be riding technically correct but the horse has to be able to buck very hard to throw me.
    I always find it ammusing when I encounter anyone that has ridden for a long time that has never galloped, ridden bareback, cannot sit a trot, yet has trophies and regional or in one case National titles. Shalom
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        08-30-2012, 02:29 PM
    I do ride in rope, or help with the daughter's drill team...other than that I would much prefer to be riding "out" somewhere....there are a lot of male riders here in W TX, but I doubt if many ride at any "barns", there are some in the two different riding clubs here -- they mostly get together for playdays and trailrides. I rarely get from work to home without seeing a truck/trailer with horses ....with a male or males in the cab...

    As was said earlier, we(males) don't hang out on forums much, or care to get into converstations about one's riding atire, or other such topics...I do, however like the abundance of info one can gleam from this site!!!
        08-30-2012, 05:49 PM
    Yup, there's males, I'm one!

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