I have two tickets for Road to the Horse on March 14-15 which I am now unable to use. I'm looking to sell them for what I paid - $110 per ticket. The seats are in section F, row K, seats 15 & 16. This is now a sold out event. You can go to their website - I think you just enter in Road to the Horse - and find out more info about the event and where the seats are. If anyone is interested in these tickets, please email me (Beth) at email@example.com.
Look forward to hearing from someone… Continue
Added by beth kerasotes on January 31, 2009 at 9:29am —
Wow!! went fox hunting this weekend with the Beech Grove fox hunting group . We rode for 3-4 hours and my horse Coach successfully carried me over the jumps and hilly terrain. WHAT A HORSE!!!. He has successfully carried me for nine years. I have no papers on this horse and do not know exactly what breed he is but he is awesome. So is the Beech Grove Hunt Club that I have been a member of for nine years . Tally Ho!!! Check us out at our open hunt on March 14th .
Added by mary lynne walker on January 26, 2009 at 10:17am —
...I have heard of Walls of Jericho but not 7 Springs...where are they and are there campgrounds near or trail heads for day use only?...how are the trails??
Added by Mike and Sheila Long on January 21, 2009 at 12:13pm —
My husband is starting back riding with me and he is not comfotable with the horses I have. I am desperately seeking an experienced trail horse that has good temperment. Nothing over 15.1. If I can't find something I am afraid he will stop riding and he is retiring soon. Need to keep him busy. Also need something that doesn't have to be ridden regularly -- one that can stand in the pasture for a month or so. He has good balance but just needs one he is not afraid will trip or fall with him. I… Continue
Added by Wanda Powers on January 16, 2009 at 4:35pm —
Does anybody out there besides Mike Murphy practice the Clinton Anderson training methods, the one rein stop saves me on a regular basis.
Added by Robin Murray on January 15, 2009 at 10:50am —
I have a senior horse, 27+/-, in good health other than blind in his left eye which doesn't inhibit him at all, but he's to the point where he just needs to be a companion horse with daily feed and hay and with someone who checks on their horses daily. Is there anyone in or around the Nashville area who might be looking for a companion horse for a lone horse that they might have? He can be used for some light riding and actually has a lot of spunk and spirit. I could really use the help finding… Continue
Added by Gina on January 15, 2009 at 10:23am —
George and I were down in Live Oak, FL for the Suwannee New Years Ride when I happened to see a small dog at the stables. Jared, the stable manager had found this little female dog in the woods on Christmas Day and took her to his home. Now this dog was the sweetest dog that absolutely loved everyone and everything. Just one of the reason why I took her. Unfortunately she had not been as loved by her previous owner. She had mats so thick on her body that clipping her was next to impossible. And… Continue
Added by Rita Bruner on January 14, 2009 at 5:15pm —
We are in the process of setting up a Veteran's Trail Ride for April 25, 2009
. We are hoping to have it all set up in the next few weeks. I will keep everyone up to date. The ride will be over about 150 to 300 acres, Southern Middle Tennessee. I will send out all information as soon as it is available. Send me your e-mail address if you are interested.
We will try to involve ALL
Veterans orginizations in our county. Including VVA, VFW, American Legion, Marine Corp… Continue
Added by Diana Steelman on January 14, 2009 at 12:30pm —
Well, had my first taste of truly cold weather riding on Sunday afternoon. 8 of my buddies met at my barn and we went out on some trails then onto some dirt back country roads. Since it had rained and made the trails so slick, we thought they would be safer. It took 2 layers of thermals under my pants, 2 long sleeve shirts, and one heavy jacket, plus thermal socks and gloves to be comfortable, but it was so worth it! Little Rock did well and so did all the other horses. We even got to canter… Continue
Added by Adrienne Walsh on January 13, 2009 at 3:58pm —
Honey Creek Horse Camp is one of the most easily accessed areas neighboring the Big South Fork National Park, yet remains nestled in a very private location. The drive in can easily handle the longest of trailers with no stress. The majority of campsites have the convenience and ease of a driver's side back in, and a very wide cul da sac at the end of the camp's drive.
Honey Creek Horse Camp provides more beautiful scenery, in just a half-day's ride, than you'll find anywhere. There are… Continue
Added by Honey Creek Horse Camp on January 13, 2009 at 1:48pm —
Don't forget to check out the CHAT where we can BRAG about our horses.
Added by Diane on January 11, 2009 at 7:30pm —
I have switched over to the Bob Marshall treeless saddle and I love it. Does anybody out there ride in one? They are lightweight, 17 pounds and it fits my horse very well. There are some cheap knock-offs out there (Hilason) but the quality is not good or the fit. Robin.
Added by Robin Murray on January 11, 2009 at 10:49am —
I was wondering if anyone would from TTR would be interested in getting together at Wranglers Camp Ground at Land Between the Lakes sometime soon? I know it is cold but we could bundle up. This would be a wonderful time to meet each other and fellowship. I think it is $14.00 to park a trailer over night or $5.00 to day ride. They have stables, electric hook up, cabins and bath houses. I have never looked for hotels in that area but I am sure there are some within a few miles of the camp. If… Continue
Added by Diane on January 10, 2009 at 11:50pm —
One of our members, Mary Ann Kennedy, sent this to me and thought you might be interested, you can click on the links to see more: From the American's Farrier Journal
Frank Lessiter's 4-part series from American Farriers Journal on the subject of soring is now available for free online. These articles examine how trainers resort to abusive and unethical treatments to enhance horses'… Continue
Added by Mike Murphy on January 10, 2009 at 10:00am —
Does anyone in the area know someone who builds small 2-4 stall barns?
Added by Robin Murray on January 9, 2009 at 11:32am —
I am 46 yrs. old and I have had horses ever since I was around 8 yrs. old. If I counted how many I think I have had, it would be around 20. I've had quarter horses, donkeys, and grade horses, it didn't matter what kind, I love them all. About 12 yrs. ago a friend of mine was riding her gaited horses at a local horse show and asked me if I wanted to ride one of her mares, she was a TWH. I rode her around and from that moment I said, I have to get me a gaited horse, I had never ridden one before… Continue
Added by Rose on January 7, 2009 at 9:30am —
I am interested in knowing about any parades that I can ride my horse in.
I prefer within one hour of Fairview, Leipers Fork.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Added by Debby on January 6, 2009 at 9:57am —
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
Added by Roy Snow on January 5, 2009 at 2:54pm —