New update on my rearer...errr ex rearer

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    06-28-2011, 04:48 PM
New update on my rearer...errr ex rearer

Bourbon has kept all 4 feet on the ground for 7 days now she has come a long way in just a week of consistent handling and is starting to trust me and my husband I had thoughts of using her for reining but the more I watch her the more I think cutting is her future she cuts the calves in the pasture cuts the dogs and the mini horse I think the cow horse in her is stronger than the reining horses I have also submitted her for a Chris Cox seminar for colt starting so hopefully she will get picked fingers crossed that he picks her.

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    06-28-2011, 10:14 PM
Oh congratulations and good luck!!! *fingers crossed*

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