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        01-14-2013, 04:10 PM
      #2891
    Weanling
    I just went to her website. Im really liking her voice. I was watching a video with two little cowgirl riding their horses and that song Girls & Horses was the background song so I went and watched the video to it. I like finding this kind of music that isnt mainstream. It excites me for some strange reason lol. It gives me something new to search and look up. I think this stay at home mommy has alittle too much time on her hands lol.
         
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        01-14-2013, 04:25 PM
      #2892
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by kctop72    
    Kiara, Be careful of the jolly ball. My little filly got her hoof stuck in the handle!!! Theat was fun getting it off!
    HorseMom, I'm in the Lavon area. I've found some places to go, just gottat find the time!
    Welcome Jessie!!!
    My horses wouldn't touch the Jolly Ball. The dogs love it though. When my mare first injured her hoof, and was on stall rest, I hung one of the Jolly ball's with the treat above it. She wouldn't touch it. I have it hanging for all the horses. Treat hasn't been touched, ball just hanging there. My horses had rather chase the dogs up and down the fence I guess.
         
        01-14-2013, 05:05 PM
      #2893
    Weanling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by kctop72    
    Kiara, Be careful of the jolly ball. My little filly got her hoof stuck in the handle!!! Theat was fun getting it off!
    HorseMom, I'm in the Lavon area. I've found some places to go, just gottat find the time!
    Welcome Jessie!!!
    Our barn is in Blue Ridge. Team sorting is every Friday @ 7:00 p.m. $25 for as many runs as they can get in. It's always a fun and friendly environment and all skill levels and horses are welcome.
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        01-14-2013, 07:47 PM
      #2894
    Foal
    Selling my two horses

    Hey all. I live out here in Seguin and unfortunately, I have come to the conclusion that I have totally lost my passion for my horses and riding. It's actually been gone a long time now, but I couldn't bear to part with them. Also, for some of you that have read my previous posts about moving my horses here from California and the very poor condition they were in when they got here, well, I had to make sure they were back to healthy before coming to this conclusion, which they are. I am sad, but I am realistic too. It is completely unfair for me to keep holding on to them, as much as I love them, when there is someone out there with the passion to give them the attention they so deserve and require. I am also a musician and have a full time job. I am not home a lot and get here to feed and then a lot of times, I am gone again. They don't see me as much as they should. If any one is interested in them, or knows anyone who would be, please PM me. I want them to go to a great home, and prefer them to stay together if possible. I wanted to donate them to a horse therapy place, but every single one I have called has no room for any more horses...and I have called just about every one I could find in the area. Please let me know.
         
        01-14-2013, 08:51 PM
      #2895
    Foal
    Thanks for the info guys!
         
        01-14-2013, 08:53 PM
      #2896
    Yearling
    Nothing popped up :(
         
        01-14-2013, 08:54 PM
      #2897
    Foal
    Here's Scarlett (One Nice Kitten) at age 3 or 4.. sorry about the mud lol
         
        01-14-2013, 09:07 PM
      #2898
    Green Broke
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by WyldBlu    
    Hey all. I live out here in Seguin and unfortunately, I have come to the conclusion that I have totally lost my passion for my horses and riding. It's actually been gone a long time now, but I couldn't bear to part with them. Also, for some of you that have read my previous posts about moving my horses here from California and the very poor condition they were in when they got here, well, I had to make sure they were back to healthy before coming to this conclusion, which they are. I am sad, but I am realistic too. It is completely unfair for me to keep holding on to them, as much as I love them, when there is someone out there with the passion to give them the attention they so deserve and require. I am also a musician and have a full time job. I am not home a lot and get here to feed and then a lot of times, I am gone again. They don't see me as much as they should. If any one is interested in them, or knows anyone who would be, please PM me. I want them to go to a great home, and prefer them to stay together if possible. I wanted to donate them to a horse therapy place, but every single one I have called has no room for any more horses...and I have called just about every one I could find in the area. Please let me know.
    Tell us about them ....
         
        01-14-2013, 09:21 PM
      #2899
    Foal
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by texasgal    
    Tell us about them ....
    I have an older (in her 20's) Khemosabi/Bask arab mare. She is bay (or is that bey) with a thick mane, forlock and tail. White stockings. She hasn't been ridden in quite awhile and could use a tuneup..but she has a good mind, smart as a whip and learns fast, even at her age. She loads with no problem and will stand to be tied, tacked up, brushed, whatever. Nacho, my gelding, is around 12ish. He is a great guy, chestnut, and a sweetheart. He hadn't been ridden in a long time (read about 3 yrs) when I had some medical issues, and then moved to Tx. When I finally was able to ride, I saddled him up, went down the road and had no issues at all. Didn't even lunge him first. A bit cow kneed in the back, but it never has seemed to matter with him. The people I bought him from, oh so long ago, used to rope cows off of him. He is not spooky and has the patience of a saint. He will load with some convincing, will stand patiently, and seems to LOVE water. Both seem to very good with kids.
    I love them both dearly, but really want them to go to someone who can love them and give them the attention they need and deserve.
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        01-14-2013, 09:40 PM
      #2900
    Weanling
    Thank y'all for the concern. Her hoof is luckily large enough for that not be an issue. I'm hoping she likes it, as she likes to take other stuff in her mouth and fling it. We'll see.

    WyldBlu sorry to hear your loss in interest. Sounds like you have some nice horses though. Pics? Hopefully you can find them wonderful homes. I can't have anymore, my DH says we hit our maximum of animals
         

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