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        03-18-2013, 08:59 PM
      #21
    Weanling
    You and M, are very welcome - tell him I say Hello back. Im glad your flying went well, must be exciting yet nerve racking to be learning to fly - I think I'll stick to the horses, that's enough thrill for me, haha.

    I love the new tack you guys have bought for him, he looks really snazzy in it all!

    I'm coming tonight (4pm) for my riding lesson, so may or may not see you if you come down - I think tonight I might be with my boss, for my lesson instead of J. Looking forward to seeing Pepe - love riding that horse.



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        03-18-2013, 09:55 PM
      #22
    Foal
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    Originally Posted by HalleysComet    
    You and M, are very welcome - tell him I say Hello back. Im glad your flying went well, must be exciting yet nerve racking to be learning to fly - I think I'll stick to the horses, that's enough thrill for me, haha.
    It's funny the number of horse people who say that. But gliders don't spook, bolt, tread on my feet or otherwise show any evidence of independent thought! Most forms of aviation are actually a ton safer than horse-riding, surprisingly enough. Either way, both pastimes are a blast, and I'm going to do my level best to avoid getting injured by either of them.

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    I love the new tack you guys have bought for him, he looks really snazzy in it all!

    I'm coming tonight (4pm) for my riding lesson, so may or may not see you if you come down - I think tonight I might be with my boss, for my lesson instead of J. Looking forward to seeing Pepe - love riding that horse.
    We think Dubs looks rather grand in his new clothes too; but we're almost certainly biased. Anyhow, neither of us will be about this arvo, but we'll be heading up for our regular lessons tomorrow morning. Seeya when we seeya!
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        03-19-2013, 02:56 AM
      #23
    Foal
    Welcome to the forum! Nice looking horse. I have an uncle and several cousins that live in Melbourne. One of my cousins and her new hubby came to visit us here in FL last year and we even took them riding. I'll have to post some pics of them. Anyway, horses are a great part of life as far as I'm concerned. Hope you continue to enjoy yours for many years to come. And, by the way, they are like potato chips - you can't stop at just one!
         
        03-19-2013, 08:41 AM
      #24
    Foal
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    And, by the way, they are like potato chips - you can't stop at just one!
    Heh. Just watch me. Horse upkeep is expensive!
         

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