its flat but there is alot of gullies alot the river that you can play in. One way has a rocky hill you go up but not bad at all. I have rode all over and like the hills to but this place is close and easy to get to and we have a good time. When it warms up and the days get longer again it will be time to start traveling again.
greg Estes who you find on here has a daughter Destiny( on here too) middle school, Son Zack is in high school. Another girl Angie is in high school. and alot of us old folks. There is a new barn by East Fork that has alot of girls that ride there. High school and college. They havent done alot of trail ridin but they have been riding with us alot and are now hooked on it. Will be ridin this Saturday if the rain will stop. It is expose to be sunny and 60. Look up Destiny on my page and sent a friend request. We can keep you posted on days we go.
hey girl, me and tara were talking about that same thing. When a horse loves his/her job they sure dont mind doing it-even if it is jumping down rock bluff, its a confidence thing and i suggest to anyone that is breaking a horse to trail ride every chance you get b/c it builds their confidence level. i wouldnt do anything to hurt any of my horses, and when a you and a horse have trust I MEAN TRUE TRUST- its something else!!
Gonna be a COLD one, and we may not be able to get on our horses because we have too many clothes on,lol. But it will be fun!!! Maybe Wicked will feel ok. At least we will not be going threw any mud. You could probally ride Monkey or somebody else if not.