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Date:4/23/2014 2:36:07 AM
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Big Thursday hi. My friend, Lisa, came over yesterday with her daughter and grandson. Her daughter, Katrina wanted to ride. I had no idea she was so inexperienced. I held Sadie while she stood on the bucket, then mounted without using the stirrup. I was so surprised that Sadie stood still as Katrina struggled to get on. She let Sadie go where she wanted. Most of you know Sadie well enough by now to know she didn't go far at all. She did walk under the tree several times almost scraping Katrina off the saddle. Sadie did Austin like that, too, but Austin doesn't allow it, anymore. She, then, parked her big behind next to the trampoline letting Katrina know to get off. Austin trained her to do that, too. I had to explain how to dismount, because she didn't know how. If Sadie wasn't such a good horse, things would've been so ugly. Katrina was afraid of her, and she knew it, but behaved herself. Then, little Anthony got a ride. He didn't like it. And then broke out in rashes. Poor kid's allergic to horses! Anyway, everyone survived, and I realized what a good girl Lady Sadie is. Love and a vote.
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