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Dianne Kerr-Waltz
  • 65, Female
  • cannon county n
  • United States
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trail rides in and near cannon or warren county?
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Adrienne Walsh Apr 12, 2009.

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How many horses do you own?
1
What breed do you own primarily?
red dunn american quarter horse
Where was your favorite trail riding experience?
don't really have one
Tell us something about you, anything.
I am a true quarter horse or mustang person,as that is what I have ridden the most. I do ride my landlord's spotted saddle horse for him.

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At 11:58pm on April 4, 2009, Deborah Gentry said…
If you are looking for laid back riding with small groups of folks on Short Mountain, then let me know. The fee of $35 is to join the Cannon county Walking Horse Assn so you can go to their 2 organized rides a year. (Memorial Day and Labor Day).The association bought over 200 acres up here last year and are trying to pay their debts. I live at the base of the mountain and ride right out my driveway most weekends, unless I'm riding elsewhere. Most people here do ride gaited horses here but I'm sure yur quiarter horse will be fine too.
stay in touch,
Deb Gentry
At 9:53pm on March 27, 2009, Mary said…
Good luck with your plans, Dianne. I just thought I'd try to help this man find a good home for his horse. I discouraged him from taking him to a sale or to be cautious in giving him away as he might end up a slaughter. One I gave away recently appears to be coming back home as the lady has lost her job. Looks like we, and our animals, have far to go before the economy gets better. Thanks
At 10:39pm on March 26, 2009, Mary said…
Hi Dianne--Noticed that you like mustangs. I had someone approach me about adopting a mustang. I have only walkers and way too many of them. Might you be interested in and have the ability to care for another horse? I'm in White co. and would be interested in riding in Warren and Cannon cos or somewhere in between. I've met a couple of people who know something about Cannon and hope to ride with them sometime soon. I know of some riding between White and Warren. I have extra walkers if you'd like to hook up and ride one of my horses, or we can do some light riding from my home. I'm still recovering from an injury and need to begin with some short rides. If you'd be interested in any of these suggestions just holler back!
At 12:16pm on March 22, 2009, Mike Murphy said…
Howdy Dianne, thanks for joining Tennessee Trail Riders. We look forward to your "horsey" pictures that you can post and share with others on our website. Also try your hand at posting events, videos and trail ratings. Feel free to invite friendly trail riders and horse lovers by clicking on "INVITE" on the main menu (top right corner of the main page).

I hope this site is helpful in meeting other horse enthusiasts. Keep an eye on the EVENTS section announcing trail rides and equine events featuring and including our members.

Again, thanks for joining the website, we look forward to meeting you.

Cheers and happy trails,
Mike Murphy
Bellaterra Ranch
 
 
 

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