I've loved horses all my life, so after moving to the "country" 12 years ago, I bought "Jack". My now, 24 yo Quarter horse gelding. A very good trail horse that has taken care of me on a lot of rides and mishaps that could have easily "gone south" for me if not for him. He has a forever home with me. I currently ride a 10 yo Foxtrotter gelding that I've had a little over a year. After back surgery I needed a smoother ride and was fortunate to find "Buddy", already trained and ready to go. I "love" this horse.
I've been retired from Ducks Unlimited, Inc. since 2007 and have really enjoyed my horses and wished I had discovered trail riding many years ago. Me and a group of buddies are going to Many Cedars later in April. Really looking foward to camping and riding at different places, now that I have the time. Regards. Perry Lambert
Hi perry I am a very nerves rider. I have a q horse that i ride,but i have 3 disk out in my back. So i got a saddle horse that a 14 year old girl rode. But he is not for a nerves rider. He is useto haven his way . So when you try to ride him he bites at your feet and dances around. He is 8 years old fat and very pritty and his dad was merchant prince his stud fee was 3000. But he is no good for me. So i'v been trying to do a trade , but know luck .But any way glad to know some one from woodville.