A new Dog Grooming, boarding, Doggy Day Care, Retail and Bakery facility is looking for A Proffesional Dog Groomer.
Preferred you come with some or all clientele.
Advertisment, receptionist, new equipment supplied. We are at a great visible location. Please call Karen at 615-948-4462.
Drug and Alcohol free enviroment. GRAND OPENING NOVEMBER 1ST 2009
Added by Karen Dawn Caplenor on September 29, 2009 at 3:22am —
Hey is anyone going riding this weekend? SAFE... riding I mean... would like to go riding at Primm Springs again.. we rode on the roads and it was great.. had a ball with the people I went with.. If anyone is going to Primm Springs or Why Not Ranch if it is not raining or very muddy, PLEASE LET ME KNOW... thanks so much.. Gale
Added by Gale on September 28, 2009 at 10:12pm —
The employees at www.furrypartners.com enjoy working hard and playing hard which includes going on trail rides in the southeast and also pool parties. Come visit us often. Its all about sharing special moments with our human partners!!!
Added by Tom Marin on September 28, 2009 at 5:26pm —
I don't how many of you have US Rider for your insurance on your truck and trailer but I just wanted to let everyone know what a fantastic job they do.I got them because I travel alone and am on my own if anything should happen,anyway last weekend after a great time at Long C at the ride for St Jude,I was on my way home and I got a flat on my truck. I was on 231 with no shoulder and it was raining.I called Rider and they sent someone who came from Hendersonville(only one they could find on a… Continue
Added by Jackie Allen on September 26, 2009 at 9:39am —
I was on a horseback ride with some friends at a new place called Catoosa Ridge next to Catoosa Wildlife Management Area near Crossville. One of the guys I'm riding with, Tony Reed, had meet this guy from Australia who came to America to ride across it training horses and horse people. His name is Joe Guy and has a great website at joeguylongrider.com. He is also a performer, singer and songwriter. He started out from Franklin, TN. and rode down into Alabama through Georgia, South Carolina,… Continue
Added by Norford Bierly on September 23, 2009 at 8:26am —
This request originated in Kentucky, but has implications for all of our public lands that are open to other outdoor recreation but restricted to horse-back riding. I'm not sure what the appropriate response is but at this point, I guess anything that relates to Cynthia's question is worth sending to her and she can sort out what is useful. Certainly, all of us delight in seeing wildlife and all of the various flora and fauna of the outdoors when we ride. Many places we ride have significant… Continue
Added by Dawn on September 17, 2009 at 5:25pm —
Saultopaul Stables has gone dot com so check out our website! www.saultopaulstables.com
Added by Bennie Sparks on September 17, 2009 at 12:00pm —
Ginger is a beautiful chestnut with a strip, flaxen mane & mixed tail mare with stocky build. She has been trail ridden alot, has been ridden on overnight rides and has been shown at local shows. She is very smooth gaited with style. She rides very well alone and with other horses. She will ride in front, middle or back without any problems. She clips, loads, bathes, shoes, ties, stands to be mounted and dismounted. She has a wonderful disposition and no bad habits. Asking $1,100.00 for… Continue
Added by Shea Ervin on September 16, 2009 at 10:13am —
I have just returned from my first riding trip in NM. It was incredible!! I will post pics on my site this week. My friend's place was about 7000 ft elevation and we rode up to 9-10,000 ft. It was beyond anything I have ridden and I feel so blessed. We even saw a large elk herd one day. Attached is a poem God gave me to share about this experience. I pray each of you may be so blessed. Linda Grajewski… Continue
Added by Linda Grajewski on September 13, 2009 at 3:13pm —
I don't know that anyone will care to read this, but I guess that is not what a blog is supposed to be about. Anyway, apparently you are reading this, so, thanks. I welcome any comments.
I have had horses for a couple of years now, but just recently took them on my first away-from-home trail ride. The experience was great.
I had a hard time getting Bob on the trailer. I just had to stay patient and firm and kept lunging him until he finally went without any major problems (if you call… Continue
Added by joelpcox on September 12, 2009 at 10:47am —
All Breeds and All Ages are welcome at East Fork Stables,Jamestown, tomorrow, Sat 9-12-09, for the Best Friends Animal Scanctuary Horse Show. Registration starts at 11:00 am, show starts at 1:00 pm. Josh Parks will be there freeze branding for anyone wanting to get their horse or mule freeze branded. Come on out and enjoy a day of fun and horses.
Added by Dana Klingemier on September 11, 2009 at 11:08am —
There was a riding accident on Friday, Sept. 4 on Jake Mt. near Dahlonega Georgia. The rider involved was hurt and broke her Jaw in two places. To make things worse, her horse was frightened off by the fall and a dog chasing her. Her mare remains at large. Anyone finding a bay and white spotted saddle horse in the vicinity of Jake and Bull Mt. near Dahlonega, Georgia please call Sandy Stephenson at 678-936-9602. The horse was tacked up at the time of her dissapearence. She had a Bob Marshall… Continue
Added by Deborah Kraemer on September 9, 2009 at 10:40am —
There is a St. Jude trail ride Sept 25-27 in Alamo Tn. It is a great trail ride. I would love to go if i can find someone to go with. If you would like to find out more about it and exactly where is it in Alamo go to www.buckcreektrailride.com.
Added by Angie on September 8, 2009 at 4:07pm —
I thought I had my horse situation straightened out, but alas, I don't. What was supposed to be done isn't and I have fed 30 bales of hay in a month and 6 bags of grain for horses that are supposed to be on pasture. My mare with a foal has lost a tremendous amount of weight and I need to find pasture for them. I have two of my horses up for sale and am probably going to give one of them away soon. I just want to keep my lame mare and foal. I can do fencing, albeit, I have used most of the… Continue
Added by Teri Parks on September 7, 2009 at 7:55pm —