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Charity Baker
  • Female
  • Columbia, TN
  • United States
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  • Debra Clark
  • RICKY AND ROBIN CHANDLER
  • Sharon Sullivan
  • Dee Smith
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How many horses do you own?
3- All mares....
What breed do you own primarily?
Love Quarter stock, but body can't handle the ride, so I am a gaited rider now..:-)
Where was your favorite trail riding experience?
Anywhere unti I lost my baby, now I am pretty much there for my friends.. I will find me a horse I can love again, ONE DAY..!
Tell us something about you, anything.
I am married, I have 3 beautiful kid's and we live on a farm.. We love to spend time together.. riding our horses, camping, fishing and just doin family things.. We love spending time with our friends, hangin out around bon-fires.. but mostly spending time on our horses in the woods..!

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At 1:06pm on March 2, 2011, Dawn said…
Hi Charity, Sahara has a sad history. I got her from a rescue. They got her from animal control. She was found tied to a tree in the woods with another horse, left to die. The other horse did die and they think it was Sahara's offspring. She seems to have been very well trained at one time and now that I have her trust she is easy to handle. She has a problem in that she gets extremely attached to the other horses and can't be separated. She reared and went over with the trainer so we don't ride her. It seems to be hormone related in that she seems to be in heat most of the time. We tried shots last year and it seemed to help a little.  I have so many that she always has someone to be with but she makes sure that whoever was gone is "in one piece" when they get back. The rescue would take her back but there aren't that many people that could take a horse as a pasture pet and have others so she would never be left alone.  We're going to just let her live out her life here. Dawn
 
 
 

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