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        10-31-2012, 12:40 AM
      #41
    Weanling
    My husband is in to horses now! Yay!

    When we met he was trying the city thing (for lack of a better term). I was 17 he was 19 and he drove a little hotrod car (boooo). He was already a country boy though (plus). He grew up with cattle, goats, chickens but no horses. He didnt get on a horse till 3 years after we met in 2009 when we went for a trailride with my family on my dads side. He understood why I loved it after that.

    He wants a horse and a bike! Horse named Outlaw and bike named The Iron Outlaw (the bikes gun themed. Pretty awsome.) He got a horse skull surrounded by a horse shoe tatoo. He is also wanting to learn bulldogging Lol. Im glad I've shown him the light. He is jokingly conceded at times about how hot he was when we got together and how I lucked out..... OK. He had two strikes aginst him when we met, No truck and No Cinch jeans :( But now he has both lol!

    He's a great guy and Im glad we have this now in common among many other things :)
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        11-04-2012, 03:24 PM
      #42
    Weanling
    Haha FlyGap, I misread the "4 months later" bit, so I thought you meant expecting now! Well a belated congrats for your mature 7 year old haha bless :) Loving all the comments guys :)
         
        11-04-2012, 03:43 PM
      #43
    Showing
    I found my horsey guy completely by accident and didn't find out he was into horses until after we started dating and I mentioned that I had a horse. He used to ride bareback broncs in high school rodeo and rode for pleasure when he was younger. He wants to get a horse of his own once we're more established. He actually wants to ride Aires but, as much as I love him, I'm not sure I trust him with my green-as-grass 3yo.
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        11-04-2012, 05:38 PM
      #44
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Chevaux    
    My husband converted after we started going out. He used to have a dirt bike so made the transition to horse riding fairly easy and he's great about helping out with chores and haying. The thing I want to say, though, is that I found this to be true of most anything -- when you stop looking is when you will stumble upon something (as Litrella said).
    Sage words! That's what I did, found the right guy and "converted" him and yes he came along right when I quit looking,
         

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