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        09-27-2007, 05:07 PM
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    Foal
    Hello all..

    Thought i'd introduce myself..

    My name is Tamzin and I live in the UK with my family (horses included!)

    We have 3 horses in total at the moment and begin out search for a very special 4th one..

    My horse is 15.2hh american paint, black and white gelding called Ziggy, he's 7 and i've own him since he was 3 months old when he mother died. Me and him have a perfect partner ship and I love him to bits.

    My husband's horse is a 16hh Cob (bog standard nothing special type), bay gelding called Roko, he is my husband pride and joy.. dispite having not a clue about horses and not really having shown a huge interest in them up until 2yrs ago when we brought him, he is perfect for him as has put up with a lot of silly mistake being made! (like coming in from the field with the halter on upside down....) Although its never any more the breakfast in bed on a sunday morning (or any morning..) he out bright and early before work tending to his horse! Lol (can't complain really.. gets him away from the tv!)

    And we also have a little shetland gelding, nothing special, he was given to us 3yrs ago, he's quite a broken down old boy (well he's in his early teens) and I don't think he's ever cope with work but he's a sweet old thing who just loves a bit of fuss.

    And hopefully we'll soon have a 4th for our 6yr old little girl to love and cuddle... if me and Jason can bring ourself to buy one... but that is another story all together!

    We also have 3 dogs (German Shepard Mix, Golden Retriver & Border Collie) and 2 cats living with us, we have a lovely little house with a 2acre paddock where the shetland lives (hopefully with a friend soon) and the big ones are at a livery yard 1/4 of a mile away so very nice little set up in a little village.
         
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        09-28-2007, 04:17 AM
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    Green Broke
    Hi and welcome to the Horseforum Tamzin.

    Wish I could get my husband a little more interested in horses, but he's more into his motors. :roll:

    Glad to have you with us and hope to see you around the threads.
         

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