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post #11 of 77 Old 07-08-2010, 09:13 PM
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In my area of the world, it's extremely hard to find attractive guy riders. The good ones are gay (and all seem to ride English), or else you get that big, blustery, cocky wannabe-cowboy type that is just so...no.

Lol. I prefer the heavy horse guys They're a lot less @ssholian.
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post #12 of 77 Old 07-08-2010, 09:23 PM
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Hot! Where I live, it is mostly western riding and going to bigger shows, like state fair, you find some cute cowboys. Definitely more girls riding than boys though. It's funny, my friends dad said that if boys were looking for a place to meet girls that they should ride in horse shows

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post #13 of 77 Old 07-08-2010, 09:24 PM
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being on a horse does not make a guy anymore atractive if you ask me.

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post #14 of 77 Old 07-08-2010, 09:32 PM
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Hot! Where I live, it is mostly western riding and going to bigger shows, like state fair, you find some cute cowboys. Definitely more girls riding than boys though. It's funny, my friends dad said that if boys were looking for a place to meet girls that they should ride in horse shows
Hahahaha hevonen I remember when my dad said that! I think that he said that at that june O.W. Show last year! It is true though, when you go to big western shows you see some cute cowboys

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post #15 of 77 Old 07-08-2010, 09:39 PM
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Ha, I think it's a total turn off if I am dating a guy and take him riding and he can't ride at all. So when I dumped my last fiance that was on my check off list. Couldn't date a guy that couldn't at least half ass ride. So my husband that I have now does ride. It gets kinda tough cause we don't always see eye to eye, but he is slowly starting to give in to my ways. He is not really the cowboy type. He was raised city with his parents, but he spent most of his time with his grandpa and his grandpa was a cattle farmer. His grandpa wasn't crazy about the horses, but his family down in AK were all ropers. So that was my husband's passion, roping. He would go for the summers to AK and spend the summer roping and breaking horses with his uncle (grandma's brother). The fact that he is kinda into the horses makes it easier to be horse crazy!
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post #16 of 77 Old 07-08-2010, 09:57 PM
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When a certain male friend of mine comes over to ride, it's a TOTAL turn on.
I have a picture.... but I shouldn't post it, with my luck by some weird turn of events he would see it ;)

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post #17 of 77 Old 07-08-2010, 10:16 PM
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Ugh...there's a friend of mine here in my town...he is absolutely gorgeous, straight, and a trainer. It absolutely kills me.

Nothin like a great lookin guy on a gorgeous horse who knows how to ride. Wow. *drool*
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post #18 of 77 Old 07-08-2010, 10:22 PM
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If men were smart, horseback riding would be the sport of choice. Think about it: Spending long hours, surrounded by the female riders......But god forbid it! -eyeroll-

Total turn on for me. Most of the male riders at my barn are the sons, grandsons, or nephews of a big reining trainer around here. I'm keeping them all tied down because if they leave, the guy horses have nowhere to go when he dies....I know that's terrible, but he isn't doing too well right now :*(
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post #19 of 77 Old 07-08-2010, 10:24 PM
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As someone whose dated a fellow rider? It looses its charm real fast. We're both about the same level rider, but in two different disciplines. Him dressage, myself show jumping. Given the different training, ideas etc. it makes things a little tense. He'd criticize my horses for not keeping their heads perfectley on the vertical over a big jump course, and I would admittedly scoff at his little prancey-prancers from time to time lol.

I like a good cowboy, but they're better off as eyecandy ;]
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post #20 of 77 Old 07-08-2010, 10:28 PM
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Most of the ones in my area are showjumpers - spoiled ones to boot, rolling in daddy's pocket. It's rare to find anyone who does dressage or even regards dressage as important. Trying to find a guy? Not a chance.
The male riders that I actually like are either way-too-old cowboys or gay. Oi!

Me and my sister are hoping to do a working student position in Sweden a few years down the road. If I could bag me a hot, blonde and tall, scandinavian metalhead that does dressage, I'm set.


...Metalheads doing dressage... *snort*
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