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post #621 of 10872 Old 07-21-2012, 05:54 PM
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Woo! More people around the area!

I seriously need more horsey friends nearby. And if anyone in this area knows of a college kid or young person who would like a little job, I am going to e looking for someone to come help me out around the barn. =)

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post #622 of 10872 Old 07-21-2012, 09:46 PM
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Thanks faceman she is doing much better.
Enough to worry about her lack of hair. Shalom
I'm so sorry to hear about your daughter db. Glad she's feeling better though.
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post #623 of 10872 Old 07-22-2012, 04:00 AM
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Hey hey hye a newbie from district 7 Hays County in Manchaca.
Own one curly gelding and train 8 other equines(mix of mules, donkeys, and horses of all sizes) for an animal assisted therapy program. <3

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If you ever get offered a chance to ride a gaited horse, don't pass it up! It is very unique!
Love a gaited horse, but the most unique gait I have ridden was a Tennessee Walking Mule. That is something worth trying!
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post #624 of 10872 Old 07-22-2012, 11:26 AM
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Just a shout out to the Texas group...Howdy! I just joined Horse Forum a couple days ago and one of you suggested I take a look at this thread. Glad I did! Anyone in the Smithville area? I have 3 Arabians, only one is rideable and the other two need training so I have my hands full. Nice to meet ya'll. I guess I'm what a Texan would call a "**** yankee." Since I married a Texan, can I consider myself a naturalized Texan? LOVE this state and will never leave it again!
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post #625 of 10872 Old 07-22-2012, 01:24 PM
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Welcome barrie001 and hippiecowgirl!

Barrie001- where's smithville?
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post #626 of 10872 Old 07-23-2012, 08:54 AM
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Smithville Location

Smithville is about 13 miles east of Bastrop, which is about 27 miles east of Austin. I actually live 13 miles south of Bastrop and 13 miles SE of Smithville but our address is Smithville. LOVE being out in the country!
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post #627 of 10872 Old 07-23-2012, 08:59 AM Thread Starter
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LOL .. barrie .. sounds like you live REALLY close to my BIL. He lives down 304 in La Riata Ranch ..

We only go that way about once a year .. during the holidays .. when we HAVE to .. ugh, the in-laws .. lol.

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post #628 of 10872 Old 07-23-2012, 09:21 AM Thread Starter
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And a couple of my daughter on Gunner.




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post #629 of 10872 Old 07-23-2012, 09:26 AM
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Just a shout out to the Texas group...Howdy! I just joined Horse Forum a couple days ago and one of you suggested I take a look at this thread. Glad I did! Anyone in the Smithville area? I have 3 Arabians, only one is rideable and the other two need training so I have my hands full. Nice to meet ya'll. I guess I'm what a Texan would call a "**** yankee." Since I married a Texan, can I consider myself a naturalized Texan? LOVE this state and will never leave it again!
Did you guys get caught up in the fires last year? I was watching the horse community mobilize on FB to get the animals out of the danger region - it was a wonderful thing to see. Not the fires, but the way people pulled together.

Marrying a Texan won't make you a Texan. I married a New Yorker, and if that makes me a New Yorker, I'm going to shoot myself. Doesn't mean you can't become a Texan, but it's not something you catch from a spouse. It better not be.
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post #630 of 10872 Old 07-23-2012, 09:34 AM Thread Starter
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^^ Well, that kinda depends .. you can 'become' a Texan after a certain amount of time and proper acclimation - and being married to a Texan can make it alot easier to be accepted as a Texan .. ... maybe not a "native" Texan, though.. hehehehe.

We'll certainly take you on THIS board!
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