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        01-20-2010, 11:42 AM
    Smile Hello!

    Hmmm about me, ahhh. Well I own a ten year old Grullo, QH mare named Bars Ginger N Spice, Ginger for short. I raised her from a foal and use her for trail riding. We have never shown, but she is a good trail horse. I've been riding since I started taking lessons at 13. I've only shown a few times and prefer just trail riding for fun. I also own a 6 month old Lab x ACD mix named Zoe, and I swear there may be some kangaroo in there as well. She is still in the crazy puppy stage, but is slowing settling down. I took her trail riding with me two times in the fall and she did very well. I also have a 20 gal fish tank with tropicals and live plants, and a few rabbits back from when I use to show in 4H. I no longer show rabbits since I'm allergic, but I still enjoy keeping them and having the occasional litter. So that's all I can come up for now.;)
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        01-20-2010, 12:04 PM
    Welcome to the forum
    I want to start taking one of my dogs trail riding with us. Good you are starting Zoe early.
        01-20-2010, 12:11 PM
    Originally Posted by Vidaloco    
    Welcome to the forum
    I want to start taking one of my dogs trail riding with us. Good you are starting Zoe early.
    Thanks Vidaloco:)

    She did very well. Didn't get under foot, but still stayed nearby and kepts. She not afraid of the horses and they don't seem to mind having running along side. I was hoping trail riding would help tire her out a bit, but after a two hour ride she was still bouncing around and ready for more. She is like an energizer bunny sometime, just keeps going.
        01-20-2010, 12:20 PM
    Gotta love those puppies though Till they chew up your glasses or the wiring on your computer
        01-20-2010, 02:11 PM
    Lol oh yeah. So far Zoe has been pretty good about not chewing things she shouldn't. Just once she chewed through the usb cord for the camera.

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