I just joined the forums yesterday and stumbled across this thread.
Let's see, we live in District 3 (Collin County), north of McKinney and on the border of Grayson and Hunt Counties. I've had a horse at the top of my Christmas list since I was 3 years old, but my dreams did not come true until April of this year.
My DD Kitten (9) is the rider (2 years of lessons so far) and I'm her groom / cheerleader / horse spoiler / check book. :). We board our 8 year old QH mare at a local stable, but we visit her at least 3 days a week. Currently Kitten and Acey show at 4H and local shows in English (flat) and a little WP...but she also loves playdays where she runs barrels and poles and has even played at team sorting with cows.
Our family consists of two horse crazy females, my DH (who is supportive, but often puzzled by our passion), 3 dogs, a cat, a house bunny, and our Mare. We're new to the horse world, but having a great time exploring all our options. :) Posted via Mobile Device
Country boy what are you doing to make the horse act up?
Just joking what are trying to accomplish with him?
How old is he?
I may no have tyhe answers but I bet someone on here will.
You can ask Texasgal but then again she couldn't train a rooster and we know how that ended. Shalom
Texasgal flaunting crime scene photos on a public forum will do our case no good.
Is this some new gourmet thing to leave the feet on the carcass or what.
I was in China and they did bring out a plate of chicken feet.
They didn't even try and disquise it.
No rice, no sauce, just a plate of feet.
There is not much to chew on a chicken foot. Just skin and gristle.
We don't even want to discuss the next course. Shalom