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Posted on: 1:57:02 PM 5/15/2011

I think Spade is a really cool name for a black and white Pinto

Posted on: 7:06:13 PM 4/3/2011

A few tips,
Take deep breathes, and trust your horse. If your horse knows your scared, he will be too. But if your confident, your horse will do 100% better.
Sit deep in your saddle, almost pretend your but is glued to your saddle and tha...

Posted on: 6:58:58 PM 4/3/2011

I have an Arabian! :) Shes our baby and we've had her since birth. We also have her mom, Bella. Her names Bailey and shes my moms treasure :P lol. Shes bay and is getting to be a very big girl.
She ended up going through a "I wanna kill you" sta...

Posted on: 8:05:49 PM 8/22/2010

As far as my sister(farrier) says, horses can eat any fruits or veggies just not tomatoes. Tomatoes are very unhealthy for them and can burn through there stomaches. But you can feed any fruits/veggies to your horses.

Posted on: 10:59:49 PM 8/9/2010

I have a Hackney Pony and a miniature. My miniature Cookie is a doll and she was my first horse. She gets ridden englich,bareback, and she jumps and is a great teacher. I basically trained her my self. My hackney Licorice i just got a few months ago ...

Posted on: 8:28:50 PM 6/3/2010

thanks marrymac :)

Posted on: 12:53:34 PM 5/24/2010

I have a Hackney Pony named Licorice and hes just the cutest. I also have a mini mare named Cookie. Cookies broke for english, trail, and jumping. And Licorice is broke for English pleasure. Ive been riding for 5 years i guess now and i just love it ...

Posted on: 2:04:50 PM 4/5/2010

Any horse can jump. And you dont use western saddles for jumping. Use an english saddle or go bareback.

Posted on: 10:43:07 AM 3/22/2010

I was wondering what the purpose of side passing was?

Posted on: 4:29:44 PM 3/21/2010

We have a new foal at about 3 months now and she used to always bite us. We told her !NO! and flicked or tapped her nose(at the time of wich it happend) and now she doesn't bite as much as she used to. Hopw this helps

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