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Foxtrotter Trail Riders

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Foxtrotter Trail Riders

Location: To-be-determined (somewhere in TN)
Members: 20
Latest Activity: Jul 6, 2011

Foxtrotters Trail Rider of TN

I create this gang as a courtesy when I heard that this group was forming soon. I will pass the administration on to someone else when you are ready. :-)

Good luck with your new organization and happy trails!

Discussion Forum

Bits 3 Replies

Started by K. Perry Lambert. Last reply by Dale Sprewell Jul 6, 2011.

Fox or no fox 2 Replies

Started by Robin Murray. Last reply by Robin Murray Jan 18, 2009.

where does the word " Fox Trotter" come from

Started by Marty Luffman Jan 15, 2009.

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Comment by Ray-Circle E Guest Ranch on April 26, 2010 at 1:01pm
MAY 8th 8:00pm LIVE BAND ALL PROCEEDS GO TO " TWHBEA" $10.00 per adult.....COME ON UP TO THE MTN AND SUPPORT "TWHBEA"
Comment by Lindsey Payette on February 25, 2010 at 3:14pm
Our vacation schedule has been approved for 2010! We will be staying at Circle E Ranch from May 29th- Jun 6th. If any of you can come and ride with us...please do!!!! There are no foxtrotters in our neck of the woods except our two girls. It would be great to meet and ride with you all!!!!
Comment by Lea Valentine on December 31, 2009 at 1:54pm
yep- it's a great group. I ride with Sam and Debbie alot...until recently and the true winter weather. Glad you're going to join us. We have some great rides.
Megan is now 31- how time flies !!
Comment by Kathie Crozier on December 31, 2009 at 1:28pm
I am sending in my app and dues.....will be a member. Sam seems like a really nice guy. I met him at the Horse Emporium along with Pam Suttles and Meagan. Who I cant believe is all grown up!!

And I would love some help with my mft!! I need all the help I can get.,
Comment by Lea Valentine on December 31, 2009 at 1:17pm
let me know if you'd like some help, when we get some dry and not icy weather! I'd love to get her going for you so you could ride with the FoxTROT group. You joined it didn't you?
Comment by Kathie Crozier on December 31, 2009 at 12:06pm
I have another mare, Cinnamon, an arab, came from Newport as a rescue. Never rode her really, she is just a pastre pet. She is 25+ according tothe vet.
Then I have Mo, my MFT mare. She is 11 yrs old,a chestnut and a real lap dog. I am sure she will be a sweetie in the saddle but I am so hesitant. I have a round pen, but you know things are so wet an muddy right now. Mo's reg name is Ramblin Precious Moment....
Comment by Lea Valentine on December 31, 2009 at 12:01pm
oh my! I remember her as such a nice mare...and I was a young lady then...not so much anyore, but I still enjoy a good horse and train my own. I love the buckskins!
Comment by Kathie Crozier on December 31, 2009 at 11:48am
Lea,
I still have Lady the buckskin half arab mare that you worked with when you were in Straw Plains!! She is 23 yrs old!
Comment by Lea Valentine on December 31, 2009 at 11:32am
Hi Jeannie
I came from Apps about 5-6 years ago, and I have never been happier. I absolutely love the mind and the smooth gait of the MFT, and they can look just like a QH or a Paint yet still gait!
Comment by Jeannie Rhea on December 31, 2009 at 11:04am
Welcome again Kathie. I'm fairly new to MFT myself. Have ridden quarter horses all my life and decided to go gaited so I got a MFT 2 years ago, looks like a quarter horse but is gaited. I love the breed.
 

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