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    03-16-2009, 11:36 PM
Cool post! Thanks for sharing. So true in so many levels.
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    03-23-2009, 02:09 PM
Hey there,
I want to let you know that I thought that it was well put, you said this very well. You are so right " my horse and I"!
I don't want to sound like a mean person, but, I wont buy a horse that I don't feel a connection with. There was only one time that I did buy a horse that I didn't have a connection with, and that was because someone was coming to buy her that deals with the meat factory, and was going to buy her for 300, so I bought her for 500 and sold her when I spent a little time with her getting her use to her feet being touched, and now she is at her "forever" home!
    03-23-2009, 03:07 PM
In his acceptance speech at the Cowboy Hall of Fame, Tom Dorrance said, "I don’t know what it was about me and the horse; I guess we just tried to be each other."

That says it all.

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