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This is smokey,my crossbreed Shetland pony
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4/24/17
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This is Zack my Shetland pony
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Grandson of Rugged Lark . Appendix gelding named Oscar (Sterling Rendition )
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Morgan mare . Shows in harness . Love's to show ...
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My Qh stud colt
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This is my baby girl Indie. She is an amazing Horse when it comes to rodeos!! She does alot of events including:
Barrels,
Poles,
Single stake,
Birangle
Goat tie
Speed barrels
Key hole
And she is learning how to rope and rein

She is special to me because she is the very first Horse I have ever owned and I got her for Christmas in 2015!! She is very loving, and she is a fighter!! These last few weeks, Indie has been fighting for her life because she almost died from being so skinny. She is an angel and will always be there for me. She is still alive now and doing lots better!!

Show name: Indie 500
Name: Indie
Breed: American Quarter Horse
Age: 8
Gender: Mare
Breeding: not sure
Specialty: western
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This is my baby boy Jimmy. He is always by my side and is very loving. He always stops eating his hay and walks over to see me. He is my first ever horse and I absolutely love him to death.
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Well here it goes!

My horse for the entry is Amber ....

Name: Amber
Show name: Amber Jade Magef
Age: 3
Birthday: 21st May
Breed: Welsh section C

I have had Amber for about a year now and we have progressed so much. Last year she wouldn't let me anywhere near her head. So this was always difficult for when I came to head collars. Now she has nearly transformed, I can put head collars and bridles on. With no issue at all. She lets me plait her forelock and her whole mane, see in pictures below. She had begun her training to be ridden, she has excelled in all the things I have done so far. She currently is on lunging and ready to move onto long-reining. For her very first lunging session she took at as a breeze, at the beginning she remained confused on what we wanted which is what we expected. She got the hang of going out and working gently on the lunge. Although that doesn't stop the every now and then silly buck and jump of the ground. We have now created a bond of trust between us and I can't wait to start getting on her back and competing.
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21/12/2015
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