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Ginger Friedlob
  • Old Hickory, Tennessee
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How many horses do you own?
2
What breed do you own primarily?
Tennesse Walker and Spotted Saddle
Where was your favorite trail riding experience?
Big South Fork
Tell us something about you, anything.
Like finding about new places to ride, day trips and overnight. Don't like big trail rides.

Ginger Friedlob's Blog

Can anyone give exact directions from Nashville to Laurel Hill, Primm Springs or Water Valley horsetrails? Let me know how you like the trails, challenging, rocky, muddy, or wonderful, thanks, Ginger

Can anyone give exact directions from Nashville to Laurel Hill, Primm Springs or Water Valley horsetrails? Let me know how you like the trails, challenging, rocky, muddy, or wonderful, thanks, Ginger Continue

Posted on April 8, 2010 at 2:13pm — 5 Comments

Trails near Lexington, Ky.

Can anyone recommend trails near Lexington, Ky.? My daughter is moving to Lexington and I would like to ride while visiting. Thanks for any help, Ginger

Posted on January 30, 2010 at 2:13pm — 3 Comments

Winter Riding Boots

Does anyone know of a good winter riding boot, one that is insulated and waterproof to keep your feet dry and warm?

Posted on December 31, 2009 at 1:49pm — 5 Comments

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At 4:29pm on January 7, 2010, Ginger Friedlob said…
Let me know when you are going to Eastfork to ride maybe I can meet you there. Ginger
At 4:06pm on January 7, 2010, Lisa Brantley said…
Hi Ginger,

I know, that is why I planned it for January, to give the weather time to warm back up. However, we ride most of the year, so dr. said I need to stay off the horse at least 6 weeks, but he originally said 3 months. I told him we needed to negotiate that one:) He told me that was in case the horse spooked. I told him that was not likely, but we'd see how I felt at 6 weeks and maybe could give it a try. Think of me. Hope you have fun riding this winter:)
At 8:29am on January 5, 2010, Lisa Brantley said…
I hope you had a wonderful New Years. We rode New Years Day and it's been miserable since. I understand the busy thing:) My winter riding boots consist of weather proof hiking boots from Wal-Mart:) They work great! Waterproof, insulated.

Normandy is between Shelbyville & Tullahoma. Spring City is above Crossville towards Knoxville.

I'm having knee replacement surgery Jan 26, but hope to be back riding by spring. Keep in touch.

Blessings,
Lisa
At 8:13am on December 7, 2009, Lisa Brantley said…
Hi Ginger,

Hope all is well and that you are still enjoying Sho-Gun:) Stanley still riding the horse we raised by him and he has made a really good horse. Good to see you on TTR. Keep in touch.

Blessings,
Lisa
At 6:45am on November 26, 2009, Sheryl Danke said…
Good morning Ginger,
welcome to TTR...great people here, and lots going on.
Happy trails
sheri
 
 
 

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