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        02-06-2013, 07:48 PM
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    Green Broke
    Congrats cowgirl!928! Being a guy and having my only child long before horses, I don't have much advice. Maybe like Copperhead did, go out and just hangout, groom, or work with your horse. That usually helps me when it is too cold to ride, which has been most of the winter. Oh do I wish for last years winter!

    You must be in the western part of the state. Here in the eastern side, we only got close to 30 today. I was going to ride today but the wind was too chilly. Saturday is suppose to be back around 30 again. Hoping it turns out nice enough to ride.
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