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This is a short video of my sweet Belle when I was doing some ground work. This was unfortunately one of the last times I worked with her. I had done a lot of Parelli work with her and most recently had been working with Mike Branch locally here in Knoxville, TN. He is amazing. You should check him out at http://mikebranchwildhorseschool.com.

She was a Tennessee Walking Horse and she was only 6 1/2 and had a very tragic accident. I miss her dearly and she was such a huge part of my life, I'm sure I will miss her for the rest of my days! I truly believe that there are horses in heaven and that she's running through beautiful pastures waiting on me.

The song is "A Horse That Can Fly" by Templeton Thompson.

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Location: Knoxville, TN

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Comment by Bertie on March 30, 2009 at 1:23pm
Leann- I am so touched by your video. I also lost a 6 yr old horse to a tragic accident several years ago. I started my natural horsemanship journey with the next one. I still miss my "spirit horse"--check out Mary Ann Kennedy's album, "Hoofbeats, Heartbeat, and Wings". It's awesome and several songs on there helped heal my broken heart.
Comment by Mikki on March 30, 2009 at 12:04pm
Hi Leeann: I watched your video and was truly touched by the relationship you have with your horse. I am sorry she is no longer with us on this earth but I know she will always remain in your heart.

Comment by Kari K on March 30, 2009 at 7:12am
She looks like an awesome horse. I'm so glad you got this footage of her. It must mean alot to you!

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