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Date:7/22/2014 3:26:23 AM
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Guess what, I got the horse! His name is Scout and I would really appreciate it if you could stop by his profile. So far he has been awesome, he didn't get at all spooky about being in a new place when we brought him home yesterday. When we went to get him I asked if I could ride him before I decided if I wanted to get him. His owner got out her saddle but couldn't find the cinch, so she just got on bareback. She said he hadn't been ridden for a year but he did great! After a few minutes she got of and said If I'm 72 years old and can ride him then so can you! So I hopped on and he did just fine!.He stopped turned and backed up without me hardly moving the reins. He was such a sweet boy that I decided I wanted him! He got pretty excited when we loaded him in the trailer but once we got to our place he calmed down. When we pulled in our driveway Dakota's head came up and he looked like he knew something was going on. He got very excited when I led Scout out of the trailer but Scout didn't seem to mind him too much. Right now I have Scout loose in the pasture and Dakota locked in a seperate part of it. Hopefully today I can let them loose together. He is such a sweet wonderful horse and I'm so glad I got him. His back is swayed really bad, but he is very comfortable to ride. I wont be able to lope him very much because he is so old but he has a nice smooth trot. I will probably be uploading a video of him and Dakota soon.

After all the excitement of getting a new horse, I didn't really feel like riding Misty but I decided to saddle her up anyway, and I am so glad I did! For the last while I had just been riding her in a small fenced in area but yesterday I got her out and went for a good long gallop and we both enjoyed it a lot. I had a hard time getting her to slow down she just wanted to GO! It felt so exhilirating and I'm so glad I decided to ride her.

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