|Got2Gallop ||01-14-2009 03:22 AM |
I Luv Team Penning!!
Just wondering if there are any other team penners out there? I absolutely love it!! Other than hitting the trails it's the main thing that I want to do with Lily in the future.
|free_sprtd ||01-14-2009 03:28 AM |
hey there! im from the pacific northwest as well, you in oregon or washington? team penning looks neat, never done it before myself.
|Got2Gallop ||01-14-2009 03:29 AM |
Team Penning is so much fun!!! I'm in Oregon actually, on the coast!
|free_sprtd ||01-14-2009 03:31 AM |
oh fun! ya actually, now i think i remember hearing that from you already lol sorry.
ya i've only seen it at the rodeos. cool that you found something you are interested in!
|Got2Gallop ||01-14-2009 03:52 AM |
Don't apologize, no worries! I'm in Tillamook.......Cowtown USA :wink: Plenty of Moo's just not the kind that you can chase around much lol!
|iridehorses ||01-14-2009 11:10 PM |
When I lived up in PA I would pen twice per week in the season. I haven't done much in the past few years since moving to SC but I do really enjoy it. Look into Sorting as well - fast paced and fewer cows.
|lb_cake ||01-16-2009 07:49 AM |
I just did calf sorting for the first time about 2 weeks ago, LOVED IT!! Such a stress reliever for me. I felt so connected with the horse. I'm going to do it every sunday I am off work. :lol:
|iridehorses ||01-16-2009 08:23 AM |
I got a 10 year old gelding this past summer that was trained as a turnback horse. I watched him work a cow at an auction and bought him a month latter. I needed to put some time and muscle back on him before working him regularly on a cow but this spring I'll give him a try. Here's his pedigree: Lintons Hangin Judge Quarter Horse
. He is pure cutting horse stock. (Picture in my horse album - Bobo)
|NicoleS11 ||01-16-2009 11:13 AM |
i love penning. i go every monday night at a ranch near by mine. Its fun. i usually take my 3 year olds because its good to get them off the property and used to cows. Every once and a while ill take my finished cutting mare but i just love taking my babies out...but yes, penning is a blast!
|iridehorses ||01-16-2009 11:57 AM |
I'm surprised that you would take a finished cutter to a penning. The rule of thumb we've always used is that you can take a cutter and make him into a penner but not the other way around. The difference in how they go into a herd and work a cow can ruin a cutter.
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