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Fizzy 08-29-2011 10:02 PM

Hello from Ohio!
 
Long time lurker from Ohio finally joining the conversation. I am happy to be here and I look forward to learning and helping others with my experience! :wave:

ShutUpJoe 08-29-2011 10:41 PM

Hello from New Lebanon, OH : )

Spotted Image 08-29-2011 10:44 PM

Welcome. I'm also from Ohio.

Fizzy 08-29-2011 10:59 PM

Awesome! I'm from the Wilmington area.... I'm not too far from you Joe!

ShutUpJoe 08-29-2011 11:09 PM

I believe I do know where Wilmington is! Always looking for horsey friends who like to trail ride. Have you been to Sycamore?

mbender 08-29-2011 11:29 PM

Hello from Holmes County, Ohio!
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Fizzy 08-29-2011 11:37 PM

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Originally Posted by ShutUpJoe (Post 1154920)
I believe I do know where Wilmington is! Always looking for horsey friends who like to trail ride. Have you been to Sycamore?


I've been to Sycamore, we don't usually travel that direction but when we do it's a weekend trip. We frequent Ceasar Creek, Sugar Creek, Paint Creek, East Fork, Little Miami Trail, Rocky Fork...


We love to trail ride ANYWHERE! I have a QH and a Rocky Mtn. mare...DH has a Tn. Walker and a Paint. We like variety :-) we take gaited or non depending on where we're going and who we go with.

We're also always looking for new places and new friends to go with.

Fizzy 08-29-2011 11:41 PM

Lot's of Ohioans! :shock:

ShutUpJoe 08-29-2011 11:45 PM

I might go to a charity trail ride in October but it's a three hour drive... So I know how that goes. My Haflinger can really book it. If she goes with non-gaited horses...they are usually left in the dust. Which is surprisingly because she's a fat lady. As for variety...lol I seem to have horses that tend to at least some what be part Haflinger! lol My husband doesn't go trail riding... : /

Fizzy 08-30-2011 12:11 AM

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Originally Posted by ShutUpJoe (Post 1154943)
I might go to a charity trail ride in October but it's a three hour drive... So I know how that goes. My Haflinger can really book it. If she goes with non-gaited horses...they are usually left in the dust. Which is surprisingly because she's a fat lady. As for variety...lol I seem to have horses that tend to at least some what be part Haflinger! lol My husband doesn't go trail riding... : /

DH goes sometimes but it's usually me and my "herd" of friends which are female and I don't think he likes our ride at a walk while chatting habits... :lol: seems a lot of my friends have been busy this season and haven't had time to ride...


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