We have 4 horses: 3 geldings 1 mare. I ride Jack, he's 7 yro Paint with an awesome LB extravert. We have a 17 yro Qtr Bay name is Just Dave he belongs to my husband Alan, one 28 yro Buckskin belongs to my 6 yro grandchild Kaylee who rides him in local barrrel racing shows and last but not least the mare (Misty) 8 yro paint belongs to my daughter Mona.
What breed do you own primarily?
Quarter (of cource)
Where was your favorite trail riding experience?
There are so many here in Florida where we ride the Greenways outside of Ocala and Big South Fork trails out of Zenith Stables. BSF was my first time riding trails in Tenn and I fell in love with it. Yiou guys are so lucky to have such awesome trails right out your back door. We truly enjoy the hills the Tenn!
Tell us something about you, anything.
Well I'm in my mid 50's, real close to retiring with 31 yrs with the County. Member of HCSMP (posse) very active with horse shows and training. I've been riding around 20 + years, and learn something new al the time. Horses teach me to listen, be calm, and I teach them to trust. I did not begin to ride until my children were grown, you know out of 4-H, now its Mom's turn to take lessons from the kids! Enjoy grand-kids, camping, taking long trips to get there and staying a long time to enjoy everything around me. Love to cook with dutch ovens, stay up late around the camp fire with good friends, and "bull wipe" cracking, they don't call us "crackers" for nothing! We meet some wonderful people from Tenn back in 2000 and have become very good friends. We 're looking forward to moving or at least traveling to Tenn to ride every winter.
Howdy Jane, 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.
Again, thanks for joing the website, we look forward to meeting you.
Cheers and happy trails,