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Linda & Jessica
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  • Watertown, TN
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Looking for parent & child riders in the Lebanon or Murfreesboro area
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Linda & Jessica Apr 11, 2010.

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How many horses do you own?
3
What breed do you own primarily?
Gaited - 2 TWH, 1 saddle mare
Where was your favorite trail riding experience?
Watertown Rocky Branch Fall Ride
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Single mom, care taker of my mother, full time job too My daughter and I are just starting to get comfortable with trail rides and getting out with the horses. We attended the Cedar Forest STARS ride this year and had a great time. If anyone is in the Norene/Watertown area and would like to team up for a relaxed ride let us know!

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Suitable places to ride for beginners??

After pestering so many of you for riding partners I am pleased to announce we've ridden for the last 3 weekends straight, and plan on riding again tomorrow too. :-) Our group consists of 2 mature ladies, (one of which was struck by a car while riding, killing the horse and busting her up pretty bad), two teen riders with little experience and no fears, and a 10 year old inexperienced rider with a pushbutton horse. We need to call ourselves "The Apple Dumpling Gang"! I am trying to locate…

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Posted on May 30, 2010 at 7:30am — 12 Comments

Spanky Osborne benefit trail ride

We went to the benefit ride yesterday and I wanted to thank everyone for the wonderful time!! We were treated with helpful understanding advise, and even loaned breaststraps to finish the ride with. We were admittedly the greenhorns on this one, and unprepared, but have every intention of getting better with time.I wish Spanky the best of luck in the months ahead, and a speedy recovery. I am also impressed with the generousity of neighbors and friends who hosted and attended this ride and…

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Posted on May 16, 2010 at 5:48am

What type saddle do I need? Any suggestions?

My daughter has a Tennessee Walker who is slim built with high withers. His saddle is hitting him at his withers and is pinching. Can anyone recommend a brand with a wider tree to look for to replace the current saddle with? Thanks, Linda

Posted on April 25, 2010 at 6:30pm — 14 Comments

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At 4:04pm on April 12, 2012, Angela Devore said…

hello, i live in hohenwald, i really dont get to ride much. I used to work at Many Cedars campgrounds here and loved it, i really miss the people and the over all atmosphere of the wonderful people that I saw as regulars there....

At 9:30am on April 12, 2012, Debbie Rowe said…

Nice talking with you this week. Saturday is going to be a blast! Always nice to meet other riders who are in it for the joy of RIDING, not drinking :)

At 10:11am on August 16, 2010, Diane Hyatt said…
HI, I went to Laurel Hill and it is just beautiful but the trails are very narrow and both my knees were bruised. So, if your horse is a chubby one, I wouldn't go there.
Not sure where Norene is??? If you are close to Ala. line, the rails to trails area in Elkmont is nice. Wide, quiet trail riding. Diane
At 3:03pm on July 19, 2010, Bertie said…
Linda: Thanks for your sweet comments about the Edge ride! I am so glad you and Jessica came. We raised over $760 for the Susan G. Komen for the Cure! That is pretty good.

See ya around,
Bertie
At 8:38pm on May 9, 2010, Kathy Palmore said…
Hey Linda,
Sorry it's taken so long to respond. I don't check my e-mail every day. I have a couple of pics I could send you of my shims but I don't know how to do it on this web site without just putting it on my web page. Any suggestions? Also, how do we communicate on this site without it being posted on the main site? The whole shim thing would take a little explaining...
I'm new to getting around on this site and don't understand exactly how it works with communication, public and private. Any help from anyone?
At 7:47am on May 2, 2010, Kathy Palmore said…
Hello ladies,
Just wanted to say hi. Looks like we may live pretty close to each other. I saw your question about a wider tree saddle. You could use shims to get the tree off your horse's withers until you find what you want. It's a great way to free up their shoulders and you'll be amazed at the difference in the ride. They're easy to make too!
At 2:57pm on July 10, 2009, Vicki McCurdy said…
I am so sorry to have not responded to you before now...I have updated my virus program and it set up a firewall that I could not overcome...in fact...my computer is back on it's way to the computer guru tomorrow...I hope if you attended that you had a good time...Vicki
 
 
 

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