I have a Halflinger that is 11 and a red roan that is 13. Both geildings.
current on shots and coggins. The halflinger was a lesson horse on the other side of Nashville. The seven year old rode him last labor day on a trail ride but he hasn't been rode since. And is a little on the fat side right now. The other red roan I have only had since Christmas. He is really pretty but to much for the kids. And of course still to tall. I don't have any current pics. But I can take some tomorrow.
Ohh gosh I am so sorry to hear that you have had issues with your babies.. That is always so sad of a thing to go through.. I have a friend that just had a colt last week and the mom got to see her baby and then died.. She is bottle feeding him as well.. I wish you and Jim all the luck in the world.. And I know that St. Jude is going to be great again this year.. We will see you there.. Until then, keep your head up and I am praying for you and Jim!!!
Hey Nancy.. Glad to see that ya finally added me..lol.. I hate that we haven't been down to ride, the last time I was there I ended up having to walk my horse back to the trailer.. He is finally starting to get better, and can't wait to camp with ya'll for St. Jude.. Hope all is well.. Hope to see ya soon..!!
No Nancy, I have not found anything that will work yet. I couldn't afford Blossom. She was I think $2500.00 I am still looking for something for a 5 year old and a 7 year old both girls and very inexperienced. I had bought and sold about 3 times since I first talked to you about blossom. I have 7 horses now. I would have to do some trading. I have a good half linger about 10 but he is to big for the pony classes. And I have a red roan pony that is about an inch to big for the pony classes. I didn't want them to run in the classes with the horses. The pony class is 52 and under. I have just about given up. The shows will start May 2.