I grew up with with my ponies, from a shetland at age 10, to her filly, to my quarter pony in the 8th grade. I grew up, joined the Air Force, was medically retired with a really banged up hip after 18 years, I'm rehabbing, we own 11 acres, and in 3 years, we are moving home, building our house there, and hope to have a couple ponies in a nice barn to show our daughter how incredible it is to have such an opportunity to take care of a Horse day to day, build a bond, put it's needs first and foremost, no matter what, and learn how to work with him or her to make the most of riding.
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