time to get to the hard part of xmas!
 
 

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time to get to the hard part of xmas!

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        12-26-2007, 12:38 PM
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    Weanling
    time to get to the hard part of xmas!

    Ok, so I hope everyone had a good Christmas, I did! But it's over now, and guess what comes next? New years , and guess what comes with new years? Our new year promise, so why don't we all think of a horsey one on here!

    so i'll start

    I PROMISE TO: to start working with cricket ASAP! Cause only god knows how much work we need to get done before this summer.

    STEP 1: defeat the dreaded cross ties so we can stand there quietly while she gets brushed.

    STEP 2: work on showmanship ( backing up, conformation ect,)

    LONG TERM GOAL: be able to be on her back at a walk
         
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        12-27-2007, 08:09 AM
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    Showing
    The dreaded New Years resolution
    I need to lose the poundage I gained while recuperating from my fall and all the xmas goodies.
    I need to start my 2 fillys
    Finally get Vida to do a good side pass
    I figure all the groundwork I have lined up will help take off the pounds. Now if it would just stop snowing and dry up a bit.
    It will be 6 weeks on new years eve since I rode so new years day I will be in the saddle come snow or sleet.
         
        12-27-2007, 11:12 PM
      #3
    Green Broke
    Ugh I hate newyear resolutions too!!! They never work out for me either but one thing I would llike to try to do for my horses are get him better on barrels and maybe think about doing rodeos again
         

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