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        08-01-2013, 10:51 AM
    Green Broke
    Dba, if there is a white rooster, he won't live long enough to have a name.... in which case "Earl" would be appropriate.
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        08-01-2013, 11:01 AM
    Originally Posted by Cynical25    
    TG - major cuteness overload!!!!
    KC - I WANT your beautiful buckskin! Seriously stunning.
    Kay - Henny has such an adorable face.
    HorseMom - I adore a well rounded horse. Nothing worse than show sour horses & riders.

    Welcome, Lindsay! I live in Dallas and board in Cedar Hill. I also did the Equine college thing (LOVED everything about it!) but ultimately ended up with horses as just a hobby, lol.

    Yeah, what she said! Lol

    Last night, son, daughter in law, and grandkids came over. As I'm hugging gk's GD says "Mommy has a baby in her tummy" I look at DIL and say, are you pregnant. She says yes GK's are 6 & 4, 17 months apart. GD keeps telling DIL there are 2 babies in her tummy! And one of their names will be Zoey. That's what her name almost was! Lol DIL is barely 2 months pregnant. Due on DH's birthday. I told her, so delivery room will be a good time to tie your tubes right? DS agreed, said yes, it will be done! Lol
        08-01-2013, 11:03 AM
    Oh, congrats nu!
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        08-01-2013, 11:26 AM
    Congrats on the upcoming arrival, Nu!

    I'm ravenous today. Anxiously counting down the minutes until lunch...and the chicken talk doesn't help ;)
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        08-01-2013, 01:54 PM
    Green Broke
    Okay .. I'm obsessed and guessing.

    This chick:
    CHICKS080113 007.jpg

    I'm going to say is a Light Brahma.. looks like this, right:

        08-01-2013, 02:14 PM
    That's what it looks like to me but then again I'm no chicken expert.
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        08-01-2013, 03:09 PM
    Thank you all for being so welcoming!

    Originally Posted by dbarabians    
    linsaymichelle welcome to the thread and glad you finally dropped in to say hello.
    This is the friendliest most drama free thread on this forum.
    We don't judge the flowers in the photos you post nor do we critique the horses in the back ground so just post and enjoy the group.
    We even have our own facebook group.
    There are plenty of us in the DFW area and hopefully we can all meet each other again real soon.
    By the way I am the studious fatherly reserved one. Shalom
    Drama free sounds fantastic to me! I'm not on Facebook too much, but I'll definitely look up the group. What is it called?

    Originally Posted by Cynical25    
    Welcome, Lindsay! I live in Dallas and board in Cedar Hill. I also did the Equine college thing (LOVED everything about it!) but ultimately ended up with horses as just a hobby, lol.
    I board out in Seagoville. It's a bit of a drive from where I'm currently living (North Dallas), but it's worth it to get out of the city and be at a barn with large pastures and plenty of space. :)
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        08-01-2013, 03:41 PM
    We Texans are a friendly bunch

    Hmm, I know two people who board in Seagoville at a place with lush pastures, but their self-care just didn't fit my schedule. Do you ride for pleasure or competition, LM? We've got a fantastically varied bunch on this thread - trail & endurance, playday, dressage, jumping, western pleasure, show & non show, trainers, breeders, and several different horse breeds represented...
        08-01-2013, 04:24 PM
    Yes, we are definitely a diverse group who all get along! !
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        08-01-2013, 04:32 PM
    Your friends and I might be at the same barn. It's a big barn with big pastures and mostly self-care boarders, and it's pretty heavily advertised on Craigslist. The board fee is very affordable for the facilities available (130ish acres, plenty of stalls, safe fencing, covered round pen, a racetrack).

    I currently ride just for fun, but I would love to get involved in the versatility ranch horse world now that college isn't eating up 99% of my free time.

    What kind of horse(s) do you all have & what kind of riding do you do?
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