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Date:7/11/2014 7:35:11 PM
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Vote 2,861 for CHEYENNE ♥
Please pray for Tirnanog’s owner, Frances’ brother as well as Frances and the people involved in his life. Please pray also for Paula, Petite Fleur’s mom. Both of these horses’ passings have shocked me, tears are shed for you guys. The day I lost Yuma was one of the worst day of my life, but if you keep their memory alive and stay strong in remembrance, that is how you get through it, as well as having friends to be there for you and lift you up in prayer. I am praying for you both!!!!



On a much lighter note....
haha I don't ride as much in winter either, we don't have snow quite yet so when we do I won't go out but once a week to ride. I don't mind the cold weather. The horses don't either, I just don't like not having the proper gear for the weather, lol. Yes I'm in 4-H but since I don't live on a farm, I don't show anything. I don't have a truck or trailer either. So I'm bummed about it,but I'm saving up. I really wanted to show beef, rabbit and horse next year, but we'll have to see.
I did finally measure Regal’s height the other day. He’s at exactly 15hh, which means he grew 2 inches since I got him! I wonder if he’ll grow anymore or not, I hope so!
Also, a few of you have mentioned (as well as myself) trouble with your horses walking around when you try to mount. I just read a good tip about that from Larry Trocha. If your foot is in the stirrup but you’re not swinging up yet and they start walking off, try taking the reins and stop and back the horse up 2-3 steps. If you’re on their back and they walk off before you’ve cued them to go, stop them and back them up a few more steps. I’ve started doing this with Regal, I think he’s caught on to it pretty well. It’s easy and I’m sure for some horses it takes some time and repetition, but I believe they’ll catch on eventually. I know most of you probably knew how to do this already, but I didn't and just thought heck why not post it anyway! haha :) Left a vote for you all!
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