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Date:7/30/2014 3:14:27 PM
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The weather has been lovely here lately, I just love spring. The horses are finally almost all shed out and are starting to get shiny. Yesterday I had an early morning ride on Cherokee and then most of the rest of the day I helped my mom do yard work and gardening. In the evening I went to see Sierra and Misty and lunged Sierra. She did really good. She had gotten skinny over the winter but now that she is out on pasture she is filling out again. I cant wait to ride her again soon!

As General of the Canadian Cavalry, my grandfather was no shrinking violet. An undeniably brave man, he was a popular general. But it’s fair to say, not as popular as his horse. Warrior was simply a four-legged inspiration. There was a sense among the men that “if Warrior was OK, we’d be OK.” And my grandfather shared the troops pride in Warrior, because he felt he could never have earned their love and affection were it not for his horse.

This was no ordinary rider-and-horse relationship. They were incredibly close. If the General walked, Warrior would follow behind like a dog. You have to remember this was a horse he had bred and had ridden every day of his life, including some of the most pivotal moments of his existence so they had a bond like no other.

Thanks for your support!
~Maria & Sierra~
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