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        02-14-2013, 02:12 AM
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    Joined to find a riding partner for my aging mother

    Hello fellow horse enthusiasts!

    I've been fortunate to have grown up with horses, and it's all my mom's fault. She's simply horse crazy. :) Well, now she's aging, and her kids are moved away, and she needs somebody to ride with her. She has two steady, mature horses, all the equipment, places to ride, just no reliable buddy to ride with her.

    If you are a female, experienced rider with weekday availability to go trail riding with my mom, please let me know! She lives on the east side of Wichita, Kansas. (Or maybe you know somebody in the area who might be interested, or might know somebody else?)

    Thank you!!
    ~Diana
         
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        02-14-2013, 02:15 AM
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    Well, heck , too bad she's not in Seattle, too. I am in Seattle, and I'd love to go riding with her!
         
        02-14-2013, 02:40 AM
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    I know, it breaks my heart

    I wish she lived here, too! It makes me so sad to know she needs a buddy and I'm too far away to be there for her.

    But, ironically, I'm also in Bellevue! (I just put Seattle because more people know it.)

    It's a small world after all. Now if only the folks in the Wichita area of this small world were on this forum! Fingers crossed!
         

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