Thank you for creating such a perfect trail companion. She was happy leading or following -- was never in a hurry -- used her mind while listening perfectly to my subtle cues. She rode behind the boss mare just fine, and then we took the lead with no problems. We came upon other horses on the trail, an atv with a loud generator, two men drilling into an overhang (though I'm not sure why they were doing that! Thank you again for her and can't wait for you to stop in and see her and Pride! I even hopped on her one day and she sure was a fun ride. He is full of himself when we start out but settles in after a few minutes. The neighbors must think I'm (as Clinton Anderson would put it) cracked.
She was perfect..cruised along so nicely when I asked her, and kept up with and wanted to be ahead of the other walkers, just a dream. Note: I was worried that Sissy (now Adia) was a little too nervous for a lot of the people who called, but Lindsey asked me to really test this mare with her in mind, and I did, calling her several times from Sissy's back. I hate that I was initially wrong and misjudged this sweet mare, but I don't mind erring on the side of caution! Her feet got pretty ouchy on the rocks and the boots I have were too small for her. Riding her up an incline was like riding an escalator! Lindsey, from Big South Fork camp in Tennessee, before heading home to West Virginia, 9/12/10 UPDATE: Well, we had our second ride today and all I can say is..... We encountered bike rider, heavy machinery in the woods, more riders, deer that were running across our trail and then parallel to us on the trail. We had to cross over 30 logs, through 8" of mud, streams, blaze a couple of trails to go around fallen trees, up the blacktop for about half a mile, a mule and dog......NOTHING fazed her. When hubby's mare spooked at the deer that ran in front of her, Adia just watched it run through the woods. Even the two guys that hauled her in said that she looks like a good horse. I have taken some pictures, I will get a few in the mail to you. The ranch is having a camping trip the second week in June. I will take lots of pictures and forward some of those too. I have pics when he arrived but none while i'm riding him. I am having a blast on him and we are really clicking I just love his high stepping busy gait he's perfect for me. When I'm on the trails and he's gaiting perfectly or goes into that awesome slow rocking horse canter, I can't help but start to giggle like a little girl and sometimes I just have to holler WHOO HOO!!
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Earned: 10 Performance Wins; 26.5 Performance Points; 27 Halter Wins; 21.0 Halter Points; 1 Performance Register of Merit; 1 AQHA Championship; 7 Grand Championships; 21 Reserve Grand Championships; 3 All Around Championships); Ima Sonny Impression (Performance Register of Merit (1991-Open). Earned: 95 Halter Wins; 116.0 Halter Points; 1 Halter Superior Award; 70 Grand Championships; 36 Reserve Grand Championships; 1 High Point Earned; 2 Halter Register of Merits.
World Show 2 Yr Old Stallion /9th Place (1996-Open). Wecome to Candy Mac Stables, located in the middle of the south Georgia heartland.
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Intimidate does not affect Pokémon with the Full Metal Body Ability.
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How could there be such a difference between horses? Nothing is more frustrating than trying to get weight on a horse with no results.
Although putting weight on a horse may be remedied simply by feeding more calories, the problem often requires a more thorough probe into what is causing static weight.
Three appear to live on air alone while the fourth is a rack of bones.