I currently have a apx. 16 year old paint and 14 year old QH bay that is a stick horse and is always in your pocket. I need to sell them because my husband lost his job 2 years ago and haven't found any work yet and I'm on disabilty. We want to rent out our barn and pastures to someone to help out. I started riding when I was 4 and have been ever since. I love the smell of them the feel and even the work. Our first ponies were borrowed and we had no saddle and used twine for a bridle but for me this pony was my noble steed and there was nothing we couldn't do together. Swimming with them was the greatest time even though warm turds would float up to the top of the water. If you were hanging onto their tail swimming at the time you got warm turds hitting you in the stomache. Ahhhh those were the days.
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