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Angie Hackney
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  • Greenbrier, TN
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How many horses do you own?
What breed do you own primarily?
Kentucky Mountain
Where was your favorite trail riding experience?
East Fork, Jamestown Tennessee,BirdSong, Buffalo River, LongC, Why Not Ranch
Tell us something about you, anything.
Love horses, love being outdoors, live on a farm with my husband Pat. I have 2 boys, one is 21 and the other is 16. Have dogs, cats, and chickens as well as 3 mini horses and my Kentucky Mountain Tabiono, Buckshot. Best horse I have ever owned.

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At 10:22pm on February 15, 2012, Denise Weyer said…

I will definitely check that article out.  Thanks!  So far I have enjoyed him so much.  He is really a great horse.  I don't know his whole history and how long ago he was captured, but he had been taken in a neglect case before I adopted him from the rescue group.  I know I can shave down his freeze brand and try to decipher the symbols and find out when and where he was captured by the BLM but I just hate to do it until spring. But I can't wait to find out!! 

And thanks so much for the use of your photo! It is a simple designed brochure, but your photo looks great!! :)  I am pretty new to this site, so not sure if I can post it here.  Do you know how?  Or would you rather me email it to you?

At 10:02pm on February 8, 2012, Denise Weyer said…
Hi Angie! Thanks for your reply! I would love to go to Peeler w/ you if I can ever get my new gelding on a trailer again! :) When I adopted him (in January), I thought I would never get him on the darned thing!! We are working on it now... Wish me luck!
It is not a very long trail at Peeler but it is nice and quiet and good for a short ride. But I don't think many people know about it currently. The photo of you and your horse in the field with flowers was so nice and it reminded me a lot of Peeler which is why I thought it would be perfect for the brochure if you are okay with being in it! :) And I have mostly ridden by myself too so it would be nice to have a buddy to ride with there. I am looking forward to going to Warner Park too once he is game with riding on that trailer! :).
At 8:03pm on December 1, 2011, Tennessee Horse Properties said…


At 5:52pm on November 7, 2011, Lisa said…

I know where Betts Road is.  I think we probably live really close to each other.

I will get in touch with you soon and see if we can meet for lunch and visit.  My sons wedding is coming up soon and I will have lots more time after that.


At 1:22pm on November 6, 2011, Lisa said…

Angie, would love to meet you sometime soon.  I am really busy right now with my sons wedding plans.

I will get in touch with you after the wedding and find out where in Greenbrier you live.  I am in Goodlettsville near Joelton.

At 11:20pm on November 5, 2011, Bob Watson said…
Angie   girl....We have been wearing the trails out ,Mo, Ala and Tn..  I was wondering where you went too...hehe I do day rides at Long C most any time...What horse are you riding now?  Just give me a call 604 0988 I will see if I can round up some other riders and we will hit the trails..thanks on that friend deal ..haha  Bob O
At 10:46pm on November 5, 2011, Lisa said…
Hi Angie, welcome to TTR.  Your story is amazing, glad you have a very happy ending.  Horses are good for us, inside and out. 

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