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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.
hey there! im from the pacific northwest as well, you in oregon or washington? team penning looks neat, never done it before myself.
Team Penning is so much fun!!! I'm in Oregon actually, on the coast!
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!
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!
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.
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:
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)
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!
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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