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    04-23-2013, 01:30 PM
If they have any cute dresses, I may never leave...
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    04-23-2013, 01:40 PM
Ooh I love going to tack shops! How far is Weatherford from Springtown? That one sounds like a good one!
    04-23-2013, 01:41 PM
Originally Posted by Kayella    
Em, that just solidifies the fact that I NEED Pan

TODAY IS HENNY'S BIRTHDAY WOOOO. He's grown up so much. -tear- Here he is at a few hours old and then from yesterday. My big boy is getting a "cake" tonight.

Hahaha noooo way! I can't part with my baby boy!

Henny is so cute, happy b-day to him! I love the water fountain pic the most
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    04-23-2013, 02:29 PM
Just cause he's so darn cute!! DD got to give him lots of scratchies, he looooved having his butt scratched!






    04-23-2013, 02:32 PM
What a flippin' cutie!
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    04-23-2013, 02:41 PM
Originally Posted by nuisance    
Travel down the road a little to Weatherford, and go to Teskey's. I haven't been there yet, but I was told it was the "walmart of the western tack world"! Lol Said they have everything, and reasonable prices.

Teskey's Saddle Shop: Saddles, Tack and Western Wear
Yes, Cyn go there! Straight out west on I20 in Weatherford. Horseman's World is also in Weatherford. I'm needing to get out there myself.
There is also KO Trading in Haltom City just north of Ft. Worth. Smaller place, super friendly staff.
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    04-23-2013, 02:47 PM
We have a couple of tack stores around us. There's Paul's saddle shop on Hwy 276 between Rockwall and Greenville but he's retiring at the end of the summer:( He's got a little bit of everything there, except clothes. Then Mitchell's is right down the road from him and they have western show clothes, halters and a few saddles. They also sell feed and carry your basic neccessities. Last but not least, Horse and Rider in McKinney.

And if you dare, 4T Tack in Ben Wheeler (other side of Canton), which has become my favorite place but it's too far for a quick run to the tack store.
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    04-23-2013, 02:57 PM
Originally Posted by clippityclop    
Did I mention how much I LOVE the Hill Country SNA? Never stayed at a dude ranch out there but passed many signs along the way. We always stayed within the park itself. Are you limited to supervised trail rides when riding their horses or can you ride out on your own with friends (who know some really beautiful spots that will take your breath away) ??
I'm sure if you are on their horses a wrangler is required. When I was there we told the wrangler we wanted to really get out and have some fun, so about 5 of us went out about 4 hours and had so much fun. Parts of it were not for the faint of heart
The ranches have different plans. I know the one we went to allows day rides so you don't have to stay there, while others require a 2-night stay.
We could always set up in the park for a get-together and maybe those of us who want to ride go the day before or after.

TBJ, I would guess that they have some horses for English riding since they accomodate so many different people. Lots of Europeans on vacation.
    04-23-2013, 03:05 PM
TBJ - I bet you could manage ONE day in a western saddle! Lol

Now, if only I had unlimited funds to use at all these tack shops...I mean, I only NEED a headstall and a lead rope, but you know how things just seem to appear in your hands while you browse.
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    04-23-2013, 03:07 PM
Cyn, I've always come out of Teskey's with more that what I went in for!

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