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Jean Ramsey
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  • Franklin, TN
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How many horses do you own?
What breed do you own primarily?
Tennessee Walker
Where was your favorite trail riding experience?
The Smoky Mountains
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I like trail riding obviously!

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Percy Warner Park riding in 2011

It's now 2011, are they going to require us to have a permit and liability insurance for our horses before they let us ride there this year or have they, the park service, backed down?

Posted on January 1, 2011 at 6:39pm — 6 Comments

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At 8:17am on April 26, 2010, Gale Jackson said…
Hi Jean! Yes I heard that, Spoke with them and they are excited. I am happy for them and the horse! Makes me happy to help a horse and see a family get a new horse that needs a good family.

Take Care!
At 1:17pm on April 21, 2010, Gale Jackson said…
Hey Jean! Travel Papers are a vet certificate that says your horse is healthy and can travel across state lines. They are required anytime a horse crosses state lines. Just call your vet and ask what they charge. Usually 20-30.00 per horse. THey just have basic info.. that the horse is healthy, temp and clear eyes,, etc.. Nothing really big is documented but that horse is healthy and can trave..
At 9:39am on April 12, 2010, Gale Jackson said…
Hi Jean, yes riding at LBL was great. one thing to remember is it is in KY not TN you need a coggins and travel papers. They will check when you enter the horse area there at the Wrangle Campgrounds. Here is the website online.. http://www.lbl.org
We took a weeks vacation acouple of years back and spent 5 days there... Rode somewhere different every day. There are stalls and wash bays for the horses. There is even a lundry mat.. The trails are really good, some slooping nothing really hilly.. Lots of dirt roads connecting. Can ride all day pack picnic lunches and just have a really nice time. Some of their trails are so wide they are wagon trails. One day we rode all the way to the lake. It was beautiful.
The camp grounds are good if your camping, clean bathhouse and things.
At 12:26pm on April 11, 2010, Elese Alsup said…
just checking you said you got the email from me? I looked mine over and it says Sat. May 1 - did you get that from someone else?
At 12:04pm on April 11, 2010, Elese Alsup said…
you care correct, it is Sat. May 1

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