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        11-04-2012, 06:07 PM
    I think I have a great horse in the making

    I want to brag just a little brag about my filly, Emmy.

    I just got back from my first time gathering cows on it. We trailed to a pasture a few miles away from my house and helped some neighbors gather some cows.
    I'm pretty sure the wind is blowing 10+ mph right now and the windchill is somewhere around in the 40s. My little Emmy didn't spook or buck once. She took everything in stride! She's only three and just started!
    Happy happy!
    She's going to make a great ranch horse, I can tell.
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        11-04-2012, 07:04 PM
    Good for you! I'd just suggest not to get carried away & do too much or take stuff for granted. Especially don't do much on the back of a 3yo for physical reasons too.

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