If your horse was born in 2010....

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  1. TallOak10

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    D765438A-4A4C-4589-A5AF-9B2D661FD6F2.jpeg 005ED759-34D3-41AB-9963-D7E12B1F513D.jpeg 9B333075-F702-4888-9FC0-1708EC04F39B.jpeg 5839994D-A59A-457D-9E8E-B1F846444BB3.jpeg ... then you have a coming eight year old! Post pics! What are you doing with your adolescent?

    This year was filled with change and transition. The biggest goals were simply to keep my horses’ lives as consistent as possible — AND TACKLE WATER! We had great success.
     
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    I have an coming 8 year old. Really the easiest age to keep track of besides an 18 yr old.

    We just started jumping after deciding I suck at dressage. So that's fun. We're finally having sucess. 20171130_133903.jpg 20171112_172851.jpg 20180111_204324.png
     
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    HA HA! We sill start jumping lessons in the spring. I suck at JUMPING but he needs to learn it, and I should get better at it too --- not for showing -- but for hunter paces and stuff like that. My previous horses (RIP) were jumping GODS. They took care of jumps. I like dressage. We are okay at it.

    Your booboola is cute. Sweet face.
     
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    I got him as a 4 yr old.

    All my previous horses were hunters, and while he's still green over fences, my trainer has schooled him very well so he's already packing me around.
     

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