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post #4831 of 10872 Old 04-23-2013, 02:20 PM
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Thanks for the carrots, TG! I just mixed Jenny's cake together and he better like it lol.

Pan is too cute! When I went to visit Henny when he was 2 weeks old, he looooved his chest being scratched. It was adorable.
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post #4832 of 10872 Old 04-23-2013, 02:24 PM
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I know what you mean TG, 4T has a beautiful Cactus all-round saddle I want:) They have so many things but no clothes there either.

TBJ - have you ever riden in a western saddle? if not, you may not want to go back, they can be soooo comfortable, especially on long rides:)

As for the dude ranch, that sounds like fun. I'm not sure I could convince DH to go along because he's not paying anyone to ride a horse, especially when he has his own to ride.....
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post #4833 of 10872 Old 04-23-2013, 02:34 PM
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Ohh, ooh, can it be planned for after June so I get to come?? LOL. I bet they have all QH don't they? I'm a gaited snob....not sure if I could ride the bumps of a non-gaited hhahahaaa
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post #4834 of 10872 Old 04-23-2013, 02:39 PM
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Cyn. it didn't think it was far. went to google maps..... 16 miles!!

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post #4835 of 10872 Old 04-23-2013, 02:40 PM
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TG, yes ive ridden in a western saddle. hahaha i rode western for 2 years. honestly not my thing. ;) hahha too slow :P BUT! I do enjoy trails in them... as long as i get to canter!!!
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post #4836 of 10872 Old 04-23-2013, 02:44 PM Thread Starter
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That was Cyn .. not TG.. hehe
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post #4837 of 10872 Old 04-23-2013, 03:09 PM
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Actually it was me, I think, asking tbj about the western saddle. Well, at least you know how it feels tbj. What discipline did you do that was too slow, western pleasure?

EMS, I have a gaited boy too that I really enjoy. Sometimes I just wanna lope and he doesn't want to cooperate! That's why I'm glad I have my Katy and she is very smooth (when she's working off her hiney) otherwise she'll beat you to death!
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Actually it was me, I think, asking tbj about the western saddle. Well, at least you know how it feels tbj. What discipline did you do that was too slow, western pleasure?

EMS, I have a gaited boy too that I really enjoy. Sometimes I just wanna lope and he doesn't want to cooperate! That's why I'm glad I have my Katy and she is very smooth (when she's working off her hiney) otherwise she'll beat you to death!

Dalilah has this super fast ninja gait (that's what I call it hehe) and it's hard to get her into it, but when she does look out for the dust! She smoked dh's gelding in gait, he had to lope just to try and keep up! That little butt just bounces away and it's as smooth as can be. She is competitive and won't be outdone! LOL.

I miss riding her. She just had to go and get herself knocked up!
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post #4839 of 10872 Old 04-23-2013, 05:01 PM
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Here ya go... places for cookouts/riding!

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post #4840 of 10872 Old 04-23-2013, 05:03 PM
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I know the feeling ems! I taught my boy how to jog on a loose rein and it is soooo nice and smooth. Well I call it a jog cause that's what it feels like. His gait is nice too but he doesn't like to do it because I have to collect him up and he gets pissy! He does great out on the road but not so well in the smaller indoor arena.

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