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Hey! I'm new to the forum and loving it so far. I trail ride with my awesome Morgan and competitively show/drive American Miniatures. I practice Natural Horsemanship (not any particular trainer, a mix of several) and I would love to meet some fellow natural horsemanship lovers and/or trail riding enthusiasts to practice/play/ride/work with! I will soon be moving to North TX, anybody in that area?? Happy trails to all! :)
 

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Haha, welcome! Glad you found the forum! <3

To everyone else, turns out I know this gal in real life, and I can assure you that she knows what she's doing! ;) How cool to finally have a person from the 'real world' who knows me on the forum! lol
 
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I saw that you're looking for some more horsey people in Texas on here, so check this thread out! There are so many Texans on here that we have our own thread xD not a whole lot of people from exactly the same area as us...maybe two? But there are a bunch from North Texas if I remember right!

http://www.horseforum.com/horse-talk/texas-horse-friends-125927/
 

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Goody, another Morgan lover! I trail ride also, right now I ride an Arabian, but when my Morgan colt grows up I will be riding him. Welcome to the forum:)
 

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Goody, another Morgan lover! I trail ride also, right now I ride an Arabian, but when my Morgan colt grows up I will be riding him. Welcome to the forum:)
Hooray for Morgans!! :) Arabians are great trail horses from what I've heard....how old is your colt? I have always loved the Morgan breed and my Morgan (Lena is her barn name) is a great testimony for the breed. Thanks!
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Hooray for Morgans!! :) Arabians are great trail horses from what I've heard....how old is your colt? I have always loved the Morgan breed and my Morgan (Lena is her barn name) is a great testimony for the breed. Thanks!
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My Morgan (his name is Indy) is 18 months old right now and I have had him since 6 days old. :) He is my first Morgan and I am completely in love with the breed. He is so intelligent, loves people, and is such a fun colt to work with! My Arabian is 20 years old and he is still going strong, in fact the vet that came out once guessed he was 7 years old by his appearance! He does make a very good trail horse, that is, after I got him over his horrible fear of walking through water.:)
 

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My Morgan (his name is Indy) is 18 months old right now and I have had him since 6 days old. :) He is my first Morgan and I am completely in love with the breed. He is so intelligent, loves people, and is such a fun colt to work with! My Arabian is 20 years old and he is still going strong, in fact the vet that came out once guessed he was 7 years old by his appearance! He does make a very good trail horse, that is, after I got him over his horrible fear of walking through water.:)
Wow, I bet you will have a great relationship with him by the time he is riding age!! My Lena is my first Morgan as well...she is 18 this year and acts closer to 8! She's the absolute BEST horse ever!
 

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Howdy Fellow Texan!=) Welcome to the HF!

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P.S. Texas is like no other place on the planet(thats my opinion of course hehe!:wink:). Grassland Prairie Natural environment Plain Steppe
 

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Thanks Cynical and Erina! Cynical, I'm in the panhandle...guess I should have been more specific. And Erina, Texas is pretty great...I'm liking the cooler Panhandle TX weather much better than the South TX heat! I'm a cold-weather loving Texan...LOL
 
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