Hello. I'm Kayla Baxter.
I attend Richland High School where I proudly wear the number 7 on the Soccer Team.
My family owns ten horses, but I actually own four myself.
Two are Tennessee walkers named Chester and Venom.
The other two are Spotted Saddle Horses named Avenger and Ginger. They are my life.
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its a place called bald rock tn ,ky joins picket state park and not far from big south fork park its not a place that has marked trails or camp sits i ride all over i do not do to mean pay sites i like the places were you can ride right up to place like in the pic if this place was in the park they blocked it off and you would have had to walk to it this place is so cool but you need a to have a guide or at lest have a gps and no how to use it its a web of trails and your horses need to be used to fore wheelers and motorcycles there is lots of them up there
We have three right now, "Im All Jacked Up" (Bay and white Holmozygous), "Rockers Gone Platinum" (Champagne and White Overo), and "Hytones Blue Bayou" (Black and White Holmozygous 2 year old). Too many really...Im not a stud person, I perfer mares...But they add up.
Hi Kayla, We are asking 9800 for Mish. Will take less to the right home. He is 8 yrs old, 15.1 hh, parks, stumps, neckreins and will go ANYWHERE on the trail. We have had him since he was 3, he has the best disposition, my 4 yr old son can ride him. He is still a stallion, but he stays turned out with other horses, he has probally over 200 colts on the ground and ALL of them are spotted and have good conformation. He would make a nice gelding but he is so good natured that I would not do that. Well let me know if you have any questions or want to come ride him. Thanks, Tara
MSM is sulfur. It is a white chrystal powder that you feed to them once per day. Sulfur is a natural ingredient needed for hair growth. I was not aware of this until I bought it for joint pain for my 42 year old pony. It was nearly a year later that I noticed that I could not keep their tails off of the ground without cutting it once a month. If I had not cut Eli his mane would be way past his neck. I just cut 7 inches off in that pic. It takes a while but once they are on it a couple of months, it starts to take effect. The farrier has also commented on how tough their feet are. Try it, it won't hurt them and we just top dress it. You can get it at valleyvet.com pretty cheap.