Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: Higgins, TX. YeeHaw!!
Haha, Kevin. If we were closer, I might consider it, maybe. I don't know, he has kinda stole my heart already. Unfortunately, your only option for getting something bigger may be like mine, get a draft cross. The only thing that really worries me is if he will be quick enough on his feet to do some of the cattle work I do sometimes. Oh well, we'll make it work. LOL.
I think one of the first things I am going to teach him is to stand calmly next to one of those blue half barrels so that I can saddle him and get on. Wallaby, by the time he is old enough to ride, I will be back in shape and I really don't think he'll have the interest or the quickness to buck me off, hopefully LOL.
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