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Date:8/20/2014 12:06:47 PM
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Thursday was such a great day. Cowboy Doug's birthday party is going to be on Saturday, so he was home. I asked his uncle if he had permission to ride. As soon as his uncle said yes, he bolted for the my gate. I told Cowboy Doug to stick by me, so he wouldn't accidentally get trampled. I had a lead rope and he had twine off the hay made into a lasso. We ran Sadie all over. He loved it. When she was tired, we saddled her up. I rode first to make sure she'd be okay. Then Cowboy Doug, with a boost from me, climbed onto the saddle like a pro. Amazing! And Sadie loved giving him a ride. She had such pep. I had to power walk to keep up. He was singing with me about being a cowboy as he rode. He talked non stop. He said Sadie is his horse. He's going to keep her and buy me 4 horses. He didn't have his hat on, but that was okay. He's the biggest little cowboy I've ever met. What passion. When the ride was over. he slid down from the saddle without my help and held the lead rope while he waited for me to take her saddle off. And with me in tow, walked Sadie down and into the corral, tying her to the opposite side of the gate. I couldn't believe what I was seeing. He's incredible. I untied her after I closed the gate, and she followed him around the corral until he climbed through the bars and took off for home. I followed and thanked his folks for allowing him to ride. Pictures next time. Maybe a video, too. And our motto? "A cowboy ain't afraid of a horse." He was so cute saying that. And he sure wasn't afraid. Thanks for reading. Hugs and a Friday vote.
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