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post #621 of 3380 Old 02-27-2014, 05:36 PM
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missed this photo.

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post #622 of 3380 Old 02-27-2014, 07:24 PM
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Wow, the UFO was well done. I thought it was part of the original sign. Is someone indicating that they saw a UFO in town?
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post #623 of 3380 Old 02-27-2014, 09:22 PM
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This just made me sick about the zebras. OMG there is a manic loose near you. I hope they catch them soon.

Still tired from last week - don't know what is up with being so tired. I know that the last year and a half have been really hard on me and I think it is just catching up with me.

I think this just calls for more horse back riding and more horse time. I went out to see my boys this afternoon and sure wished I could have gone riding!!

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post #624 of 3380 Old 02-27-2014, 10:27 PM
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V looks so cute! She is just the sweetest looking little thing!

I cracked up at the UFO sign that is too funny I though it was real at first!

Went for a short little ride on my filly bareback and she DOES NOT have the nice fat round top line like my mare does. I gotta work on her building a nice topline because that wasn't a very pleasant ride. Did 2.1 miles.

41.01 miles total


My mare LOVES the mud everytime it rains she finds the sloppiest mud puddle she can find and will roll in it. She been 10x more muddier than this before but does anyone else have a horse who loves the mud?

And when I got home from my ride a package with my saddle was sitting outside my door! Can't wait to try it out I hope I get off early enough tomorrow like I did today to go for a ride in it!

And just because, why not? My dogs the other day, I open the back door to let them in and I find them in the chair sitting like this:
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post #625 of 3380 Old 02-27-2014, 10:53 PM
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Tif, Mine love the mud and I have never figured out why it would feel good. And then in a day or two they are clean. I never have figured out that one either. The chair thing is pretty special.
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post #626 of 3380 Old 02-27-2014, 11:15 PM
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AnitaAnne- on my paso/ssh (Country Boy or CB) he does get a little hot sometimes and is very forward moving. When I get on him, he's all business. In the last several months I have slowed him down but will but still move on easily when asked. Not even sure what to say about his gaits, seems there is about 10 speeds and I am still learning him. I need to get the hubby to take a video. My other trail horse TWH is so laid back and easygoing,.

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post #627 of 3380 Old 02-28-2014, 08:02 AM
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Nice saddle, Tiff!! I am not kidding, y'all, if you need any biothane(or leather, for that matter) tack, let me know. The Mennonite man made me custom biothane safety halters (the crown piece velcros on) for $10.00 each. His son made me a padded, two-toned leather breast collar (not western-style, but for my gaited saddle) for $33.00. Last time we were there, he had made a pulling-type breast collar that was VERY nice, I did not ask the price.

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post #628 of 3380 Old 02-28-2014, 09:17 AM
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Country Boy looks all business! What a handsome boy

Looking forward to seeing the video!

I usually turn my horses out during the night and put them up during the day in the summer, but if those stinking weasels killing the horses & Zebras are not caught by then, I am going to have to keep putting them up at night. Since the horses were shot about a mile from mine, I have been putting them up at night from dusk to dawn.

Nancy, that sounds like a great deal on tack.
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Horsmankind, I like that.
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post #630 of 3380 Old 02-28-2014, 10:29 AM
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Celeste, I am gunning for your miles in the next two weeks. This weekend we are going over to Mingo Trails and I have mapped a nice really long ride for us (Bekka and me). I am bring April who is gaited and she is bringing her gaited horse so we are going to be gaiting fools. Then the next weekend I am going up to AH Stephens State Park for 4 days to ride with my dad. Then he is taking April back to Tennessee. (Or at least that is the plan until at the last minute, I load Oreo into his trailer instead....evil laugh.)
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