Yea, we don't like the wild stuff either. I know Vic wouldn't like Carly to be around any of that either plus we go to church on Sundays and we can't ride when any of them ride. Yea we bought Carly a horse before and it was suppose to be "kid bompproof" and it ended up bucking Vic off into the fence panal. Thank goodness she wasn't on it. It has taken up forever to finally find her this little 14 hand mare that is not dominant at all and it loves Carly. We want to ride with family kid oriented people also. That sounds great. I just need to get my horse ready. He still has some work needed on getting him super broke. I just have gotten a little nervous after I rode a horse for Vic while we were looking for him one and it ran me into the barn and tried to buck me off. I need to build my confidance backup. I feel stupid. We will be gone on our vacation June 7-14 but after that we will be good to go on trying to do some trail riding. That family behind my place are really good to ride with. They understand new riders and try to be very careful.
Does Carly have a horse to ride? We just bought our Carly that palomino Haflinger mare. She is a sweet horse. Still have to work out some nervousness out of her but we have her boarded where Carly takes her riding lessons. She should riding her soon.
Great. I know well, we have Vic and Carly's horses up Goodlettsville and it seems I'm up there more than at my place. Glad to see you guys on here to. Vic and Carly are very beginner riders also. We should ride together sometimes. My friends ride with a guy named Paul over behind me and she is a beginner rider. They aren't into all of that wild stuff. We are suppose to ride with them on Memorial Weekend but my horse is still a little green and I'm not sure about riding him yet.
Howdy Angela, thanks for joining Tennessee Trail Riders. We look forward to your "horsey" pictures that you can post and share with others on our website. Also try your hand at posting events, videos and trail ratings. Feel free to invite friendly trail riders and horse lovers by clicking on "INVITE" on the main menu (top right corner of the main page).
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