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post #1471 of 10865 Old 08-19-2012, 05:14 PM
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I'd like to thank the weather gods for that beautiful morning! I hadn't ridden in months because of the heat, but this morning was perfect! And my boy behaved beautifully.
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post #1472 of 10865 Old 08-19-2012, 06:01 PM
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I'm so sore! I was bucked off a donkey; how sad is that?! The one time I try and ride Trey midday and he fraks at the sight of a huge landing turkey Buzzard.
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post #1473 of 10865 Old 08-19-2012, 06:19 PM
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Why has no one shared their adventures at market day? How was it?!

The hay guys were really nice! They loaded the truck, tarped it down, and gave me a free bale! I gave them an extra 10 bucks though, they were great.
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Man I got up and went straight to work changing out my daughter's furniture - UPSTAIRS up and down and up and down - me, my hubby and brother. Talk about a stairmaster workout! We even changed out the carpet and pad and changed the window framing. Talk about a busy weekend! We ain't even done yet!

COMPLETELY forgot to even go - didn't even think about it until 1 that afternoon. Friends even called my phone to remind me and I didn't even check my phone until Saturday night. I am such a loser!
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post #1474 of 10865 Old 08-19-2012, 06:23 PM
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Well, I am dead tired. Friday I went to Zumba instructor training in Houston and we aerobicized and salsa-ed and rhumba-ed and merengue-ed and hip-hopped our rears off. Then all of the furniture and assembly and carpet and woodworking on Saturday until 9pm (plus and cooked up a mean/yummy batch of fajitias, homemade charro beans and homemade mexican rice and even more people came over) and then I got up and tried to commit suicide by going to the mall with my oldest daughter and now I'm a few hundred bucks poorer and she's got all the nice clothes...

It POURED RAIN last night for like an hour. We were going to dig out some of the drier parts of our pond, but this rain just set that project back a few weeks.

So...who else sweated this weekend? LOL!!!
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post #1475 of 10865 Old 08-19-2012, 06:29 PM
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Thanks clippityclop. What can you tell me about her confo?
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I think she looks great! What color is she?

She is put together very nicely - and has a nice balanced look about her. I can't see anything wrong with her. She looks lighter built. Are her parents light or heavy boned? Good lookin' filly - can't wait to see how she matures you are so lucky!
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post #1476 of 10865 Old 08-19-2012, 06:41 PM
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I bought her at an auction so never saw her parents. The previous owner said her parents were built nice but also said she was 12 months old...not! Go figure but that's the chance you take.
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post #1477 of 10865 Old 08-19-2012, 06:59 PM
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Is she a buckskin or a dun? The picture almost makes her look kind of cream instead of tan...
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post #1478 of 10865 Old 08-19-2012, 07:50 PM
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She's a buckskin. She doesn't have any dun markings.
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post #1479 of 10865 Old 08-19-2012, 08:00 PM
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I sweated my butt off! I painted the stall doors, most of the barn, the fence, and added a new coat of paint to the deck just yesterday morning. Then I went with my sister and picked up and baled the last batch of hay we need for the winter. Then we got home unloaded and stored the hay. Then I mucked out all the stalls and add more water to the troughs. Next I dug out a hole for a new tree my mom insisted we plant…
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post #1480 of 10865 Old 08-19-2012, 08:40 PM
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Hey Y'all. As you can probably guess I'm from El Paso thanks to my username. I was born and raised here. I was a guest stalker for a few days before I figured out how to join this forum. Just incase you guys were wondering I graduated from *drum roll* Collorado State! Go rams! I also got a vetrinary degree (not equine) from my alma matter. I have two horses of my own Pardes a black Percheron/quarter horse cross and Taffy a Polamino Quarter horse. They are both living in my own 2 horse pasture in my backyard. (Plenty of room shockingly!) I can't wait for football season being from El Paso I'm a Huge UTEP (Texas Western) fan and have season tickets for this season. Hope they can pull an upset against Oklahoma (not a chance in a million years)
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