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Quarter Horse from Canadian, TX


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I am from Canadian, TX and I've been a Club Horse member for 11 years, 1 month and 29 days

Nicknames: Annie,sugar

Age: 28 years old

Gender: Mare

Breed: Quarter Horse

Height: 14 hands...yea shes short so what!

Color: reddish bay with white socks and a white blaze!

Type of Riding: pleasure riding, barrels, anthing i want her to do she will!

My Horse's Achievements: she has come a long ways in trusting me and in training

My Horse's Favorite Treat: apple biscuits, apples, leafs, carrots. ......lots of other stuff!

My Horse's Favorite Things To Do: um run, kiss yea she kisses, have baths, being the big mare on campus!

Pet Peeves: deer...she chases them! lol
she hates men with a passoin

My Horse's motto: big bang in a little package

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well she was abused by the men that owned her for 3 years and the next person who had her left her in a pasture for 8 years with no contact then she was owned by my grandpas friends and they sold her to him and i didnt know but she was pregnant when we got her she is my baby im the only person she reslly trusts and after about 3 years she had another baby which is with my cousin down south and now she is still my baby and she is doing fine! so yea a happy ending hu?????.

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10/29/2008 10:20.43 AM
macy is the best horse ever! she should jet hotd so come on over and lwve a vot or a comment if you would like she did soo good at fair with me too!! o and left a vote for your beautiful horse!!!lookes like a superstar:D

Come visit me, *cowboy* ( in memory), @@@ Ima hotshot norfleet aka/ Toby @@@ & macy.

02/28/2008 08:23.17 PM Report This Comment
About bucking...
You usually will have warning that your horse is about to buck, as she hunches up some and will lower her head (that and intuition after awhile!). If you can learn to anticipate her, keep her head up and she won't be able to buck. I usually keep my reins with steady contact, using both hands to keep my horses head at wither height, while at the same time asking for forward motion (just encouraging consistently with your legs). It is physically impossible for a horse to buck while their head is up and their legs are moving forward. It may take a few tries to get the hang of it, because you're not trying to yank on her mouth or kick her, you're just trying to literally "hold" her head where it is, and push her forward with your legs. As SOON as she relaxes and you know she's not thinking of bucking, release your aids! It's her reward for being a good girl :) *

Come visit me, Dream Storm Zaba.

03/03/2007 05:57.23 AM Report This Comment
I wanted to vote for you but there's no "vote" link anywhere on the page...on anyone's for that matter (I just checked a few other pages)...maybe some glitch in the site today? But I will check back to send a vote your way later k? :P weird!*

Come visit me, Dream Storm Zaba.

03/03/2007 05:46.30 AM Report This Comment
Thanks for the comment :)
I can see why you would be worried about having another horse with Annie looking after you...but then again, why would you even want another horse!?! What a doll she is, and I certainly don't blame her for her unique "attitude" given everything that's happened to her. I bet you two make an awesome team :) Have fun!! *

Come visit me, Dream Storm Zaba.

03/03/2007 05:43.34 AM Report This Comment
stop bucking
U asked me how to make your horse stop bucking...we have done this with several horses and it really works! Tie a rope (use one that won't burn the horse..a waxed lariat works best) and tie it tight around the horse's girth area. Let the horse loose in a round pen or on a lunge line in an arena, small paddock, ect. and usually the horse will buck when let loose. Just wait until the horse stops bucking and undo the rope. Hope this helps!!

Come visit me, Snowball.

03/02/2007 07:37.35 PM Report This Comment
hey leave me a message k talk to yall later!!!!!!!
leave me a comment kk!

Come visit me, Annabell.

03/02/2007 06:10.17 PM Report This Comment
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