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Hello. Nola here. I live in Chiefland, Florida. I am 63 (soon to be 64) years old. I've been riding since 2003. I ride a Kentucky/Rocky Mountain Saddle Horse named Charlie Brown. He's chocolate with flaxen mane and tail. I bought him in 2005 at 2 years old and started riding him just before he turned 3. Thank goodness Fall is here, I just could not ride him during our 90 to 100 degree weather during the summer. I am planning to ride and camp a lot more this year than last year. I have been a member of SP since July 2014 and have lost 37 pounds. I would like to lose at least 10 to 15 more so I plan to work hard to achieve my goal.



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Hi my name is Lorrie I am 58, I live in NH. My riding buddy's name is Dale, he is 12 years old he is a Mammoth Jack Stock Donkey. I have owned him since he was a day old. I brought him home at 7 months old. I Trail ride and drive. I have not ridden for a few months because of a hoof abscess. I can not wait to join the riding challenge

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Hi everyone!
My name is Peggy. I'm 44 and live in the Thumb of Michigan. I used to show horses until I was 19. At that time, I had a Quarter Horse named Taffy & enjoyed showing in 4-H, etc.
I'm on the verge of buying a Gaited horse to be able to ride trails with my man and his Kentucky Mountain Horse (Capone). I look forward to keeping in shape by attending to all the chores and enjoyment of owning a horse again! :) Looking forward to this team as well. :)


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Hi and welcome! My old horse was a TWH, and my current horse is a palomino quarter horse. It's great to be out on the trails with a four-legged friend! Hope to hear more about your adventures with Rose and Finn. :-)

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Welcome. Loved reading your intro!!

My personal riding horse, is half TWH, and half paint. :)

Welcome!!!

This is your journey. Take the wheel and drive!


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Greetings all!
I was so excited to find a trail riding message board on SparkPeople! One of the reasons I'm focusing on getting fit and losing weight is to be able to continue riding as I age. Of course, my horses don't mind a lighter rider either.

I have two Tennessee Walking Horses. Rose, is a feisty 17 yo, 14.3 hand black mare with a white star. Finn, is a loving, calm 4 yo Palomino gelding and logs in around 16.1 - 16.2 hands. Currently, Rose is my trusty steed and Finn is learning the ropes of trail riding.

Looking forward to hearing of others trail and SparkPeople adventures!



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A mounting block is a very good thing to do for your horse. I can barely mount form the ground anymore but I don't bother , it's too damaging to their backs.A mounting block also saves your saddle..when you mount from the ground you tend to pull and twist the tree.
My mare is so used to a mounting block that she pretty much parks herself in position!
So don't feel bad if you can't mount from the ground..it's a "good thing"!

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here's a couple videos showing 1. mounting from the ground and 2. using a high mounting block. i didn't really need the video to know, but, they are short and interesting.

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As a lesson barn we try to save our horses backs by insisting every rider regardless of size or ability use a block every time they mount. It has cut down the amount of time off for horses due to sore backs and also cut down on the amount of Chiropractic, massage, T-touch and Energy Medicine work we have to have done on the horses to keep them happy and healthy.

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I can get on my horse if I have to, but I would rather use something. I think he likes that better also. He knows the routine now, we get as close to an object as we can so I can get on. Out on the trail if I have to get off, I look for some kind of advantage, even if only a mole hill :)

60lbs ago though, I am sure I could not. I did not even want to ride him.

I have a friend that taught her horse to park out. I have heard that isnt so great for their backs, but I don't know. She weighs about as much as a feather.

Anyways....... Welcome!!!

This is your journey. Take the wheel and drive!


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take heart rosen72. tell yourself how much better it is for your horse if you use a mounting block. when you mount from the ground you are pulling on your horse's back severely with more than double your actual weight. emoticon
but, you are right, it sure was alot easier to mount, ride, fall off, whatever when we were younger.

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Hi
I just found this team. I am so happy to have found all of you.
I live in Minnesota and grew up training horses. Tried it again last year with may daughters horse and I guess I dont heal as well as I used to. So I am going to give up training and stick with teaching. I board horses and have 2 of my own. One is a paint and the other is a little pal mare the paint is Cody and the pal is jalapeño (story behind the name)
I miss the days when I could just jump on the horse with no issues. Now I have to do it climbing up the side of a tree or on a pail. Ugg. Not liking that so much.


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Glad to have you!

Frankie, love that! My horse is half TWH & half paint (sometimes I think he is a horse & a half, cuz he is half mule sometimes! ha)

Welcome to the group & to Spark! emoticon

This is your journey. Take the wheel and drive!


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Hi there, Just joined Spark people today... very excited to have found an equestrian group!... My name is Kem and Im about to turn 31 next month... thats why I finally joined this site... I figured my metabolism is all down hill from here if I dont do somthing about it. I presently own an almost 20 year old mare TWH, named Frankie. She is my sanity, my friend, and lately the only reason I get off my bottom everyday, well besides for my son. I have yet to ride her as she was a rescue. I got her 400 lbs under weight, infested with worms, bad case of frog rot. She presently has about 100 more pounds to gain and Ill get the clear from the vet if she can be riddin... I am excited for that

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Got it! Thank you!

This is your journey. Take the wheel and drive!


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GoPintos - I sent you a private message... I was typing it here and realized it was directed so much just to you that I may as well send it that way instead.

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Loved this info! We are just steps away from starting our own non-profit! I have thought about it, and talked about it forever. Time to put up or shut up emoticon

I think what has been holding me back, is just the unknown. Can we find funding, etc. But I have all I need to get started really. There is no certainty in anything.

Thank you for sharing your story!
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Meant to put on here the link to see my 37 kids... www.redirectionsfarm.webs.com/photos

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I was posting earlier from my old account... as my day went on I realized that I felt like I was being buried under all the past baggage that is tied in with that account and needed a fresh start to get myself on track so here I am!!!

I'm a wife and mom to one tween-age son who is being a real handful lately. I am co-owner of my families horse facility which puts me in charge of the 37 equine residents here. I run a lesson and training business as well as that we have hosted the local therapeutic riding center for the past 20 years and through combined efforts of everyone involved at the farm we do some rescue work. I also just founded a non-profit organization that is focused on preventing equine neglect and abuse in West Michigan. We have a lot of projects that we are working on but the one I'm most proud of so far is our Young Rider Sponsorship Program which provides sponsorship to assist low income youth to afford quality riding instruction and camp programs with certified instructors.

Anyway... I've been so busy being focused on everyone else in my life and trying to hang on for dear life while things seemed like a wild ride all winter long that I've completely fallen off track... I'm eating junk, not exercising outside of my normal daily farm work, drinking too much wine and smoking too many cigarettes... I've gained nearly 15 pounds in the last couple months, my largest pants are down right uncomfortable... If I want to get where I want to go in life and in my career I have to pull myself together and get back on track physically, mentally and emotionally...

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Welcome! Thanks for sharing! Glad to have you with us! emoticon

This is your journey. Take the wheel and drive!


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Hi Everyone. So a little about me. I have a full house filled with my husband, daughter (almost 19), her fiance (also a month from 19), my son (17), father-in-law, 5 dogs and 2 cats. My other teenager (as he is still in that stage) is Hot Rock or Rocky my big Appy gelding. I grew up in Washington State on a farm that bred POAs and have been around horses most of my life, minus a few years when the kids were younger and my old Connemara passed on. I live in MD and board Rocky at a nice farm with an outdoor ring and access to trails. We tend to stick to the arena for most riding but I am hoping this year to get him on the trails. I am looking forward to the weather getting better so I can get out and ride more.


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Love that!!!

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This is your journey. Take the wheel and drive!


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Hi, I'm Shelia, I mostly trail ride but have recently also started trying versatility, though my horse much prefers trail riding. I have a will be 14 this year paint horse named Cochise that I've had for almost 3 years now. We've done trail riding vacations the last two years, to Caprock Canyon and to Ruidoso. This year we're hearing to Arizona in May to a private clinic where we also plan to trail ride some while there. Lucky for me my horse really seems to enjoy traveling. He's almost perky when I take him somewhere new to trail ride.

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Thanks for sharing!!

I know what you mean. I sort of felt like I was starting over. But my horse made it easy :) He makes me look like a better rider than I really am. :)

Welcome y'all!!!

This is your journey. Take the wheel and drive!


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well, my name is gail. i live on the westcoast of bc canada. i have 2 horses. one 16 hh standardbred named bill and one mini named rocky--aka rocky and billwinkle! they are a comedy team that entertains for hours.
bill tore a tendon last year and it took til november to heal. so, i haven't really ridden since feb 2012. i got rocky in november to keep bill company. eventually i hope to get a cart (2 carts?) to drive rocky and/or bill.
i grew up with horses and have worked as an assistant trainer and other horsey jobs, but, when i got bill at 45 yrs old, it had been a few years since i had ridden. i was told he was 5 years old and good on the trails. i took him without riding him. when i first got on him, clearly he didn't have a clue what to do so we started at the beginning. through his tattoo i traced his life and found he was only 3 yrs old and had raced only 3 or 4 times. it was obvious that the time between his last race and when i took him home wasn't enough time to have trained him to ride. oh well.
so, i was training him and we were doing ok. slow, but, moving forward. until he tore his tendon.
we'll have to see how it goes now that spring is here and the desire to ride is in the air.
i am a terrible rider now. i seem to have lost my sense of balance and am a big chicken. i guess being overweight has made my balance kind of wonky.
anyway, i hope to share some stories of great rides this year with all you guys.
thanks for starting the new team. i hope it's an active one. emoticon

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Happy to be part of a trail riding team! My name is Lori, and I live in southern Maine. I have a 19 yo QH gelding, named Norbert, that was a trail class champion, so he's completely bomb-proof on trails. I only use him for trail riding and versatility clinics. My new horse is a 3 yo Mustang, named Dusty. I'm training him for trail riding and versatility. My ultimate goal is to ride him bareback and bridleless! I've been riding and working with horses since I was 11. Right now, my husband and I own and run a small boarding facility. Last fall, I fell while mounting my Mustang. The saddle slid, and I fell and tore my ACL. I had to have two surgeries to reconstruct the ligament. Last week, I finally got the green light from my surgeon to start working with my Mustang again! Despite not having been worked with for several months, he's being very good! I look forward to meeting you all and learning more about your horses!

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Hi, I live in Nova Scotia and own a soon to be 20 year old Tb cross mare..she is about 7/8 Tb and the other tiny fraction is Arabian. She is either hot hot hot or a real sweetheart. I bought her when she was 4 1/2 months old and love her and her neurotic ways.We've done a lot together. Fun shows, dressage shows, lots of trail riding and riding camps and clinics..as well as lessons at home. I guess we pretty much know how to deal with each other. She absolutely loves to hack out on long trails..and so do I.
I'm almost 58..next month..and I've owned horses since I was 14 years old. Once I buy one I have them till they die..I sold one years ago and have always regretted it. Since then I'm had to euthanize one at 26 one at 33 , one at 27, one at 29 and sadly one at age 5..an unfortunate colic.
It's nice to have another horsey place to share, glad to be here.

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Gosh I LOVE reading everyone's intros!! Thanks for sharing with us and welcome to the team! emoticon

This is your journey. Take the wheel and drive!


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Great to see so much interest in this team.
I have a 15 year-old grade quarter horse that I share with my daughter. We do mostly local trail riding around our little town, a little dressage and a little bridleless training and clicker-type training. Our horse has some arthritis so no speed events for us.
Blue Eagle is my daughter's best friend. emoticon

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Nice to hear about other trail riders! I don't get out near as often as I'd like! I have a 7-yr old paint gelding, Chief. He's a good egg most of the time! If we aren't outdoors riding we practice dressage. I love to horse camp - that's probably my favorite horse activity. My kids don't ride but the youngest occasionally hops on to be led around. My hubby doesn't ride either.
I've been riding 'something' since I was a kid - my folks wouldn't buy me a horse so I rode our cows. Seriously! I rode anything I could get my hands on and eventually the first 2 horses that were mine were arabs. Then I got a TB/Appy cross, then a paint mare and now my paint gelding - but all one at a time. Plus assorted other equines I've ridden, trained, or taken lessons on!
All my own I have trained myself. Horses are one thing that has been a constant in my life since I was a child.
I can't imagine life without one.



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I have 7 horses at present, one we lost last fall, and up until a few years ago, I used them all for letting others trail ride. Now I am in the beginning phase of starting an equine therapy for at-risk & under privileged youth. This grew from watching kids and families that would come to trail ride & the transformation in the youth was incredible & undeniable. I had been focusing on getting my weight and my health in a good place, so now I am ready to move forward.

I have been a member of our local saddle club since it's conception 10 years ago, and I serve on the board and as the webmaster.

My personal riding horse, is a b&w half paint & half walker. He has one blue eye, one brown. We have done a few other things like fun shows, fun rodeo day, but he is in his best element when he is pushing brush on a trail somewhere. He is a bulldozer. He is 14 now. I got him when he was 5. All my others are geriatric and upper UPPER 20's.

This is your journey. Take the wheel and drive!


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Thanks for sharing your intros! And welcome to the team. I am looking forward to hearing about all your adventures!!! emoticon

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Hi! My name is Dorothy and I live in Norco, CA--also known as Horsetown USA! I'm married, no kids (except the furry kind--I'm mom to four cats). My current horse I only got back in February. Prior to that I had a big old Walker who had been having ringbone and other lameness issues for several years, so I hadn't been riding at all in the last couple of years. Sadly, we lost him back in January, but then I found Shooter, a registered 7 year old quarter horse who is pretty much everything I wanted. He's a great trail horse, and I'm so happy to be back in the saddle again!

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My name is Melissa (MJ) I am a married mom of 3 work full time and have 4 minis and A Tennessee Walker and Missouri Fox Trotter. My husband lost his job in our home town and had to take work 1500 miles away so my 2 big horses are at my inlaws temporarily to help out so I have not been riding recently but I do miss it and am glad to join this group.

We are hoping to start a breeding program with our minis and train them for cart pulling and therapy horses.

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Tell us all about yourself here!

This is your journey. Take the wheel and drive!


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