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meljean
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Birthday:
Dec 17, 1955 (Age: 61)
Location:
NW MO
Occupation:
Work at WP training barn

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meljean

Senior Member, 61, from NW MO

meljean was last seen:
Apr 21, 2017 at 12:36 PM
    1. liy
      liy
      Thanks for the welcome & reputation points!!
    2. supertim
      supertim
      Great!A lot of the voice of praise
    3. dumbjockey
      dumbjockey
      Hi, Mel! Loved the picture of your Dad! Stopped by to see your photos. That quarter horse of yours is gorgeous!
    4. Teekin
      Teekin
      please empty mail box
    5. Teekin
      Teekin
      Soooooooooooooo? What Happened? dish woman!
    6. Teekin
      Teekin
      Holy ...... ? Where did you take those pics of that poor palimino? Yikers
    7. Stormyheart6160
      Stormyheart6160
      I'm sending you a message!!! lol
    8. cowgirl up 2
    9. feealicious
      feealicious
      Merry Christmas! I just want to let you know I always look forward to reading your posts and to hear what you have to say! :)
    10. Redheadedhorse
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  • About

    Birthday:
    Dec 17, 1955 (Age: 61)
    Location:
    NW MO
    Occupation:
    Work at WP training barn
    Number of horses:
    2
    Horse breed(s) you own:
    QH gelding, and AQHA/APHA double registered
    Free Entry:
    Grew up around Saddlebreds, have ridden since was sitting up baby. Worked as master saddlebred show horse groom, trail ride guide, riding instructor, cutting horse/cattle operation, reining horses, and Thoroughbred mare/foal farm, and other ordinary jobs.

    I grew up riding saddleseat, but ride Western now. Trail ride and use the boys as pink flamingos, (yard ornaments)

    I could have taught a cow to rack, I just never found the right cow. Dale Pugh

    In a battle of strength with a horse, you are always going to lose. Wyman E. Bennett

    You can always escalate a situation if you need to, but you cannot de-escalate it. Wyman E. Bennett
    From S Alabama to N Missouri, heat to cold, who says I'm normal????

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    "If you listen to the horse, the horse will tell you what it wants to be." Dale Pugh
    "You can undo in five seconds, the training it took you five years to accomplish." Wyman E. Bennett
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