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Re: Still not gardening

Oh just learn how to ride a runaway and you will be fine. They are just
a tad high spirited, but as time goes on, just like a kid, they calm

So have you planned your garden for next year?  Thinking with 2 horses, might want to consider feed corn, oats and alpha.

----- Original Message ----

If I were an experienced rider and I didn't work full-time, I might look
at rescue horses - but you know many of them are in rescue because of
age, physical, or behavioral problems. Thoroughbreds especially
racehorses are pretty "hot". I get my dogs from rescues or the shelter
because I know how to work with a dog (and the possibility of me getting
killed by falling off a dog is pretty low). But a horse? No...I'm
looking for calm, quiet, tolerant, and well-trained. To paraphrase Dirty
Harry - you gotta know your limitations.  


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