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Mustang from tonopah, AZ


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I am from tonopah, AZ and I've been a Club Horse member for 4 years, 10 months and 22 days

Nicknames: Jelly Belly

Age: 4 years old

Gender: Mare

Breed: Mustang

Height: 15 hands

Color: chestnut

Type of Riding: western and competitive trail riding

My Horse's Achievements: not yet!

My Horse's Favorite Treat: anything

My Horse's Favorite Things To Do: Eat, particularly doing it while defying nature(she loves tid bits of turkey sandwiches)

Pet Peeves: hates unbalanced riders

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I don't own her, but i do kind of semi lease her, shes used in lessons and i keep her in condition over the summer and makes sure she has trail time so as not to get arena burnout, i went to Diamond Star ranch to volenteer over the summer and and the manager asked if i wanted to ride so i took Belle out and after only she could get Belle to lope, i loped her with only one nudge. first.sight.

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3 friends have voted for me since I joined Club Horse!

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Voted, It's the weekend! At our house it is really raining sooo hard right now!!! HAVE A GREAT WEEKEND :)

THANKS FOR THIS HELPFUL INFORMATION SUSAN AND SING WITH CROSS CREEK HERD! ----- (from Susan) here's something I read about horses eating poison ivy:
" But there is a reason to appreciate poison ivy, and that is: horses love to eat it! (But find it on a store shelf? No.) It apparently doesn't bother horses at all, and ingesting it actually helps relieve their inflammations of various kinds. Horses with arthritis, laminitis, and dermatitis are drawn to it and will readily consume gobs of it."

FANCY'S PERCEPTIONS: All I Need to Know in Life I Learned From My Horse: 'Ignore cues. They're just a prompt to do more work.'

LITTLE COWBOY CLASS/ Phrase of the day: NO VICES:  especially when he wears his muzzle.

Have a pleasant evening ✞
Love from Fancy & Frances ♥

Come visit me, Fancy's 2012 HC Members Veterans Day Trail Ride!.

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