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This might get yanked because it's not in the appropriate forum, but here goes anyways! I am putting a deposit down on this little girl today. Actually, she's not so little, 15.3 h, very forward-moving but manageable. She is 14 years old and has a long list of awards for best in her class. She is a registered Tennessee Walker, her name is Spice.

 

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She needs a good grooming, which she will get today, along with her new saddle and tack.

 

Guitar-related....... I went downstairs in my music room last night and played all my old favourites on Lily and maj for at least an hour. I had a riot! Fingers are tender this morning as callouses are almost gone.

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Great news Karen, glad you finally found the 'one' !

 

Now I understand why youre also back at the Gibby forum, the world is at peace again ... O:)

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very beautiful horse, do you have a place at home to keep her, or does she stay at the stables

 

No, I have to board unfortunately. But some day I'll hopefully sell the house and move onto an acreage. Right now she's at the stable who raised her, they have TWH.

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Great news Karen, glad you finally found the 'one' !

 

Now I understand why youre also back at the Gibby forum, the world is at peace again ... O:)

 

Awwww, thanks EA! [smile]

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Nice looking mount. Reminds me that I told myself if I acquired a Gibson I would learn at least one cowboy song, and one horse song. So far I've discovered that it has a couple of Paul Simon tunes, a handful of Bob Dylan, and an old Neil Diamond song - any suggestions for an easy picker?

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Nice looking mount. Reminds me that I told myself if I acquired a Gibson I would learn at least one cowboy song, and one horse song. So far I've discovered that it has a couple of Paul Simon tunes, a handful of Bob Dylan, and an old Neil Diamond song - any suggestions for an easy picker?

 

Hi Duluth! What about Tennessee Stud? [biggrin]

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bHcg1GzoOAg

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She needs a good grooming, which she will get today, along with her new saddle and tack.

 

 

Will you get the Bob Colosi bone saddle....? [biggrin]

 

(Sorry, someone had to ask, Karen!)

 

Fred

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Sweet-looking horse, Karen. As far as horse knowledge is concerned, I'm pretty-much a novice, but I do know a majestic animal when I see one. Hope you eventually get the place you need so you can board her at home. [thumbup]

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Beautiful!! Thanks for sharing your new horse day here-- and really glad you're getting the g-tars humming! [thumbup]

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Glad to see it Patti.

 

I've got 30 acres of woods you can ride in. It's a few miles away, though......

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Fine little girl there, Karen. Not related to this forum? Maybe in the strictest sense but thanks for the post. Here's why: a dime to a dollar says: there'll be some songs relating to her coming down the road. Maybe? Horses...one of our blessings here on this rock.

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