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  1. Horse Training
    Hello, I grew up riding quarter horses, but I bought a Rocky Mountain Pleasure Horse a few years ago. When I bought her, she gaited nicely, but lately she has fallen into pacing. The background is, I don't get to ride often anymore (once a month :-( ), I've never had a lesson but I've been...
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  3. Gaited Horses
    As I have gotten older I found myself switching my ride to a pleasure gaited horse. I am curious what other baby boomers (55+) are doing?
  4. Horse Grooming
    Hi! I have a bit a back story before I get to the real issue. My nieghbor's friend gifted us an 11 yo Rocky Mountain mare about 2.5 months ago. She's shy and stubborn - but coming around nicely. They said she was trained well until about 3 years ago when she became basically a pasture ornament...
  5. Horse Training
    Alright so today I went to go look at a rocky mountain horse and I really enjoyed riding him and everything but he is very timid. He isn't anxious or sppoky he just seems to flinch if you pat him too hard or come up to him too fast he'll flinch (not move his body just flinch). I'm wondering if I...
  6. Horse Training
    Thought that you might enjoy this month's edition of the horse carnival if you have not already read it. It contains Lessons from the great outdoors with horses which contains a lot of truths. Check it out when you have a chance - I don't think you will be disappointed :D...
  7. Gaited Horses
    I looking to switch to a gaited horse for riding the Oregon rugged mountain trails and want to learn more about the Rocky Moutain Horse. I have read the association information but really want to talk to folks who own these horses and find out where I can ride some real rocky mountain horses.
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