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post #1 of 2 Old 10-04-2010, 07:37 PM Thread Starter
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Just another "Hi, From Texas"

Hi,
My name is Robin and i'm from Texas.
I have 2 1/2 horses
1) a red sorrel spanish mustang/tennessee walker gelding named Blaze who is my drill/horsemanship/rodeo queens horse.
2) a brown sorrel solid paint mare named Tawny, out of Painted Dually, who is my team penning horse.
3) and an unborn tennessee walker/QH foal whom i plan on raising as a horsemanship horse.

I have owned horses for 7 years and i have been actually RIDING for 2 years. My Paint has won everything from drill to placing in halter competitions. My gelding is just now starting his "riding career."

I spend a LOT of time riding them and i ride western HOWEVER one of these days i WILL learn to jump and do dressage.

I hope to one day raise world champion appaloosas and compete in all kinds of shows, however i wanna go pro in reining horses and i want to train the horses i breed.

I dont really breed horses yet since i am still in high school but i do breed and show rabbits and sheep and i have 2 dogs that i show.

Im hoping i can learn more and more to help me with my future careers through a forum filled with people who know and are willing to help =)
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post #2 of 2 Old 10-05-2010, 12:10 PM
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Hello from Alberta, Canada :)
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