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        09-04-2012, 12:20 PM
      #1731
    Green Broke
    ^^ And they are from Arkansas .. *rolls eyes* ..

    I just like that they have THREE very visible brands ..
         
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        09-04-2012, 12:27 PM
      #1732
    Yearling
    Are you doing neck brands ONLY? I do need a couple of horses done, but I have a custom brand being made and would like it done with my brand and on the hip. If you could do that, I'd love to have it done while you're in the Houston area. =)
         
        09-04-2012, 12:30 PM
      #1733
    Green Broke
    Hey TA .. I just got offered two free horses .. *rolls eyes* .. a mare and 'baby' .. I asked for further details ... so I could forward to YOU!

    Mua ha ha ha ha
         
        09-04-2012, 12:32 PM
      #1734
    Yearling
    Uuuugh. So yesterday I got a call that my mare and baby had escaped into my neighbor's property. Thankfully he was SUPER nice and helped me catch and lead them back across to my pasture. Even offered to fix the section of fence for me! I love horse people, they're so dang nice!

    While I was out there I did some work with my baby. He's doing SO well with his halter training and is ready to start working on his feet so that we can get everyone trimmed at the same time.

    Holly has now been ridden twice this past week and did AWESOME! She's going to need finishing touches, but I feel she'll be ready for her first trail ride sometime this fall! AND I measured her again yesterday...she's 14.3! A whole inch taller than I thought! She has officially outgrown both her dam and sire. Hehe

    I was wondering if people in my area might want to get together before it gets too cold and have a small trail ride/picnic? It could be in a central location. Didn't you mention something about a state park your way, TG?
         
        09-04-2012, 12:32 PM
      #1735
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by texasgal    
    Hey TA .. I just got offered two free horses .. *rolls eyes* .. a mare and 'baby' .. I asked for further details ... so I could forward to YOU!

    Mua ha ha ha ha
    You are EVIL! Please do forward me the info. I don't need more, but I have many friends who are GREAT at finding new, loving homes.
         
        09-04-2012, 12:36 PM
      #1736
    Yearling
    I say we do the Sam Houston Nat'l forest...

    Shaded, fun, challenging and easy - when it cools off ....102 this week! Sheesh!
         
        09-04-2012, 12:36 PM
      #1737
    Green Broke
    That's what I told her .. my barn is full, but we could probably get them placed..

    I rode Badger on Saturday! He's the two year old with (I don't really know how many) days of training on him. He was VERY babyish, but sooooo good. He's got a fabulous little trot and is willing and forward .. I like him.

    It was the first time DH and I rode together (we borrowed another saddle - need saddle pads) .. we rode around the pasture with Badger leading and Gunner following .. ha! I sure picked the right horse for DH ..

    No pics, but will get some next time.. we love our little cow ponies.
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        09-04-2012, 12:38 PM
      #1738
    Yearling
    I need notice to get a horse into shape - I think mine might only be good for 5 miles before they'll kill over...LOL!!!! I haven't been riding much at all this whole year! I've been too busy drooling over corvettes......
         
        09-04-2012, 12:41 PM
      #1739
    Green Broke
    SHNF is huge .. where are you thinking cc? And somewhere that there aren't bikes??

    My guys are still baby baby baby .. but we want to get'em out and expose'em ..
         
        09-04-2012, 12:43 PM
      #1740
    Yearling
    Well Badger won't be the only greenie! Holly is still green, but she follows really well and is quiet. I've never had a buck (knock on wood) or kick/bite, etc from her. My land owner has been riding her and he's a beginner rider who was brave enough to want to ride her. They're getting along well!

    Also, anyone know any trainers in the area? I need someone to put 30 days on my paint mare and to get my momma mare ready for my daughter to ride.
         

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