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        08-25-2012, 11:16 AM
    Green Broke
    We're on the way to get Henny! Woooo! :)
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        08-25-2012, 11:19 AM
    Nuisance - you can come ride my horse. Some day *I* will be healed enough to ride ... lol
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        08-25-2012, 11:23 AM
    Can't wait to see some pics kayella;)
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        08-25-2012, 11:25 AM
    Green Broke
    I will definitely be posting pictures!
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        08-26-2012, 09:56 AM
    Thanks TG, If I lived closer, I might take you up on it! My dad told me he knows someone who said I had free rein (no pun intended) with his horses anytime wanted to ride... I'm going to ask if maybe he'll let me keep one at the house, for a few months until mine is cleared from the vet. I have couple weekend rides (camping one night) that I want to go on, the end of Sept. My friend said I could take her's, but I'd like to have one here I can ride daily, get in shape.

    BTW, we were on page TWO!!!
        08-26-2012, 10:11 AM
    Nuisance if I knew you and where you lived I would deliver a couple of horses to you for a few months.
    There are plenty of horses broke to saddle here 22 to be exact.
    With my daughters tumour and Jesus having West Nile I am behind on maintaining a few things around this place.
    3 mares should have been palpated in July, the spring calves vaccinated and castrated, also got behind on having thier hooves trimmed.
    Now we play catch up.
    There are a couple of geldings that you could free lease for as long as you liked. Fall is one of our busiest times with planting and baling hay.
    Texasgal I hope you are well and improving.
    How much damage to the motorcycle? Any long term damage to you? Shalom
        08-26-2012, 10:20 AM
    Dba ... I'm good ... just road rash and sore... I think they are going to total the bike ...
        08-26-2012, 10:46 AM
    Good morning Texas friends :)
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        08-26-2012, 04:04 PM
    Good afternoon. Thanks DBA, kinds wish you knew me, besides on here! Lol

    Let's see, what can I tell you. I'm 50 yr old nurse, been married to same man 30 yrs, 2 children, 2 grandchildren, all holding jobs, no drugs, just recreational alcohol.....if alcohol can be recreatinal..... maybe social drink? It's not a problem, if that helps. My family has had horses before I was born. I had a 18 yr hiatus without a horse, because for some reason I married a man who hates horses. But, have realize, he was more jealous of the time I spent with my horses, an not him. He's over it now. Good thing. I have 2 mares, 5 yr old QH, had her for a little over a year, and a 17 yr old (or so they told me) paint mare, I've had for less than 6 months. She was given to me by a friend of a friend, for pasture buddy to my horse. Now they are inseperateable. Which may cause a problem when I can start riding my mare again. But, I have started taking her out, and leading her with me when I go walking, to seperate them for a bit, good for her, and real good for me. I've lost 65 lbs since the first of the year, would like to loose another 10-15, I'm just kinda stuck where I am, but I'll start loosing again soon. Uh...... what else... Oh, have 19.24 acres, all in grass, except where our house/yard is. DH is going to fence off an area around his shop so he can go in and out without having to worry about horses getting out.

    Does that help you know me? Lol I can get letters of recommendation from my bosses. I do ride with one of the female docs where I work. And, she has offered to let me use one of her geldings for as long as I want, but he's over 20 yrs old, been a pasture puff for too long, it may do more harm than good, getting him back into shape.
        08-26-2012, 06:07 PM
    How long do you want a riding horse for and for what reasons? Just to pleasure ride?
    I do have a QH mare that I intend to breed next year and a couple of 1/2 arabs. Well really 3/4 and 7/8 arabian.
    With jesus down with West Nile my daughter having her surgery I am truly behind and with over 27 horses I could use some help keeping them in shape. I could be there in 3 1/2 hours if we decided to do so.
    I could have a contract drawn up. Lets discuss it on PM if you are serious. Shalom

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