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Roy Snow
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Sweet Feed and control problems?

I had just about had it with my 4 year old TWH gelding, Pegasus. I posted him for sale on 4 different sites and was trying to detach myself from my love for this horse, in case anyone wanted to buy him. I had talked to several people over the past year about how "wired" he had become and how unmanagable he was getting. I was visiting with a trainer in Leipers Fork and she asked me if I was giving Pegasus any sweet feed. I had been giving him half sweet feed, half oats almost every day since I… Continue

Posted on January 5, 2009 at 2:54pm — 8 Comments

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At 10:50pm on December 13, 2009, Susan said…
Mr Snow, I never did see any pictures from the Leipers Fork parade, if anyone did put some on there, I guess I didn't know they were from Leipers Fork. Anyway I live in Fairview and was very interested in your parade. If ours hadn't been on the same day, I would have rode in yours.
Last year they fell on different days, I'm hoping that next year who ever is in charge of these parades could have them on different days. I was very disappointed in the low horse count in our parade. Our city has ours too early in the morning and everyone freezes to death. But I had fun any way.
How long do you think you parade is -miles that is?
At 11:10pm on November 16, 2009, Jean Clark said…
Wow! That's an honor for your horse. He is surely pretty enough to be in a movie.
At 10:39am on September 21, 2008, Cindy Evans said…
Check this out!
At 7:27am on September 18, 2008, Cindy Evans said…
We are all doing well. Good to hear from you. Did you go on the night ride last Fri? I was plannig on going for weeks until they changed it at the last min. to Fri. Oh, well maybe next time. Hope Hellen is well, tell her I said Hi.
At 11:19pm on September 17, 2008, Jean Clark said…
Thanks Roy, That little rocky is my pride and joy. I have always had walking horses but I thought I would try one of these. I had read so much about them being so good natured. So far, I have been pleased with her. Maybe I'll see you on a ride one of these days.
At 10:02am on September 16, 2008, Dean Butler said…
That is a beautiful horse in a beautiful setting. The guy looks good too.
I am impressed with the very clean white horse. You are a good caregiver.
At 4:48pm on September 13, 2008, Mike Murphy said…
Welcome Roy. We are happy to have you join the trail riding website. You will see that I posted some pictures from our original South Fork Ridel. You probably already know many of the people, although this network has already attracted members from Florida, Kentucky, Virginia. We hope that it serves as a place to plan rides, post events, share pictures and make new friends.

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