I am a very avid horse lover. I got into horses in high school around 2000. My first horse was a Morgan and from there it grew. I love to research bloodlines, generic draw backs to the breeds I am passionate about and aim to have a career working with horses. My favorite breeds are Morgan's, Paints, Half Paint Half Arabian crosses, Arabians, Thoroughbreds, Morabs, Pintabians, Quarter horses, Friesians, and Moreisans. I have owned all those breeds except the last two. I am having to take a break from horses for a while and find all of mine but two new homes due to finances and expecting my first child. I do hope that I will be able to keep tabs on most of them for the future as I hope to have foals from them when I am finished with school.
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Horse Lover 2 the Core
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High school diploma
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Horses, animals in general, exotic animals, reading, research of bloodlines, hanging with family and friends.
Research, reading, movies, horse camping, gaming, and plenty of other things.
Favorite Websites:
All the horse breed registries I am a firm believer that horses should be bred to improve the breed without genetic damage in the future. All of the horses I owned were or are register able my finances have just made it hard for me to complete yet.
Favorite Books:
I love horses books that have to do with learning new things. I also love horse stories and a good fantasy romance novel or a Celtic romance novel.
Favorite Films:
I don't know if I have one or not.
Favorite Music:
Classic rock, r an b, rock, Celtic bagpipes, some new wave.
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