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Very few experiences in life are as scary yet rewarding as climbing into the saddle for the very first time. I remember feeling so intimidated of the thought of climbing on to such a huge animal; I remember thinking what if he doesn’t want me sitting on hi
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This is my group to focus on different riding techniques primarily for gaited horses.
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Dunnegan, United States
2366 days ago · From Grace
This is my group to focus on my absolute favorite Horse Breed, the Missouri Fox Trotter.
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Dunnegan, United States
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