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        08-27-2008, 07:47 PM
    Dash Away All

    DashAwayall, I LOVE your avatar, too, too cute !!

    Thanks everyone for saying hello! I' ll try to find that thread. I feel like I am in the right place, nice people, warm welcomes.
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        08-28-2008, 09:51 AM
    Another oldie here-welcome welcome I am 54 and lease a Percheron X 6 year old gelding-beloved Sonny.
    Isnt it great to be older and still have the passion for the horse? I am having more fun now than I ever did before, nice picture tell us more?????
        08-28-2008, 07:56 PM
    Another old timer checking in......Im 52 and have 2 Standardbreds. Im also new here.
        08-28-2008, 11:02 PM
    Hi !

    Hi Jerseypacer, & Kirsti, thanks for the hello. I really appreciate the replies.
    Should we start a conversation in the general topics to give more info on each other ? I really enjoy others and their horses, my family isn't horsey and I don't belong to any clubs anymore so all of my horsey friends are online anyway ! Would love to hear your stories !
        08-29-2008, 08:58 AM
    You already got mine =pm=again for new guys/girls
    54 yr old lady, single (old as dirt heheh) I ride english pleasure-Sonny =buckskin =Percheron X 6 yr gelding=the keg with legs-adore him completely! I am going to my first show in sept-am trying really hard to be the best that I can be! I live with the furry bunch-2 dogs and a cat-have spent many years rescuing German Shepherds that cannot be placed with families due to abuse and or aggression-they get over it and go to a family or they live their life out with me.I manage residential properties and have 300 plus tenants and lots of stress-hence living with animals. Back to the horses =i come from a long line of superb horsemen and women-the gene passed me but I got the love, respect and the desire. My grandmother was killed eventing (stepplechasing in the late 40's when women were not recognized as "riders" my oldest brother was a polo player for many years in Europe and did some jumping-which I have never tried! He is gorgeous in the saddle. I have a lot to live up to in this show and am very nervous
    . This forum is friendly, informative and sometimes very funny it mostly brightens my day!!!!!
        08-29-2008, 07:44 PM
    Hi and welcome to the group, over 50 here lol.
        08-31-2008, 04:58 PM
    Hi! I'll be 59 in Dec. Got my 1st horse 18 yrs ago. Got my husband into it really good 6 yrs ago that he found his own horse. Up till then he rode one of 3 that he got me. He's 64. Then my sisterinlaw & her hubby got into it (55 & 53) and a friend(64) joined and now we ride,camp together. It's turned into a retirement activity. We ride gaited and have seen some beautiful country that we would never have seen otherways.
    We've got 3 horses now, one for my son or the grands should they ride.
    I like the forums as you never stop learning new things with horses.
        09-01-2008, 02:36 PM
    Hello from canada..... I'm 56 and have had my horse Buddy for 11 years... he is my first .. and I love him to death... my best friend... I've been looking for a place to chat for awhile now.... see you soon....
        09-01-2008, 03:23 PM
    Welcome Tracy

    Wow there are more of us here than I thought. I'm 50 for another couple of months.
    Like many others rode as a youngster, quit, started up again when I got old and fearless
    My husband and I both ride (western/trail), nothing competitive just enjoy sight seeing by horseback.
    We love Lake Carl Blackwell near Stillwater Oklahoma. Are you anywhere near there?
        09-04-2008, 02:10 PM

    Thanks & nice to meet you !

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