VICKLYNN45

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    HIGHLANDVILLE, MO
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    GOD, HORSES, DOGS, CATS, MUSIC AND OF COURSE MY HUSBAND
  1. Just found this ....

    I cant get in
  2. My auction find -more pictures page 2!

    Congrats, shes a very pretty girl.
  3. Grrr.. I'm so mad I could spit nails.. :(

    I am very sorry to hear of your problem. All I can offer you is a and a that you find another place.
  4. Funny animal happenings

    I think all the stories are great!! I love to ride bareback. As a tean I rode our Quarter horse, Pokers Queen. We had a barbed wire fence, with a barbed wire gate, and when we had the horses out we would leave it fully open, it was a good 8ft wide. One day, my sis and I got on the horses and went for a ride, coming home we approached the gravel drive, I took off, full speed. Well Queen decided it was time to go back into the pasture, at a 90 degree turn, without me. Nothing but air between her 15.1 hands that she left me at, and the ground. I hurt my pride, thats all thank goodness. She on the other hand, found grassing as a reward.
  5. I cant beleive it

    Well if rustling is ok, then isnt hangin ok too. Gesh, sounds like were going back to the 1800s. I hope you and your dad have no more come up missin. Id file that report
  6. Can you hear me now? - caution very long...

    Oh my, still nothing more hu. Here is where the toe tapping guy comes in..lol
  7. Fall Colors Ride....Pics

    Very beautiful pics. I came very close to living in CO, but due to the prices in the City we were going to live in, I decided not to. I love it there though. The Aspens are one of my favorite trees.
  8. Some pics of the horseys....

    Nice pics, those 2 sure could pass off as twins. Thanks for sharing.
  9. Slider update and saving money on rainsheets!

    Very cute rain coat. I have one and never thought about using it for that..LOL. Hey, they walk on them, why not let them wear them, the blue is pretty too. I hope his back pain also goes away like his bump did. No fun riding a sore horse. Good luck hon.
  10. Fearful horse bolts in hand

    quote: Originally posted by At1Dressage: See he gives to pressure beautifully in the stall. I barely touch the lead rope and he comes. He will back, turn either way away from me, and lead beside me in the stall. It's when he knows he can get away that he bolts. I do have a rope halter..and I'm going to buy a long soft cotton rope off ebay I think as soon as possible....but the problem is..he only doesn't give to pressure when he goes into the panicky bolt. If he doesn't get away in the initial bolt, he calms down and gives to pressure, until something else freaks him out and then he bolts again. The problem is I weigh only 115lbs and it's hard for me to stop him! The problem is..he bolts BLINDLY. He panics. I need to somehow get him over THAT...but don't know how other than consistent handling..I just don't want him repeatedly getting away so that he gets away with getting away..see what I mean? I went through that with Storm. I did have a nylon halter, a 6ftlead, and gloves. He was scared of EVERYTHING, it took alot of time but he overcame his fears and works well under a nylon halter and lets others handle him. As far as him learning that the behaviour was ok, he knew he wasnt suppose to do that(bolt), and it took alot of patients on my part, but I walk him on the streets now and he is very well adjusted to halter work. Yours will come around, just let him know that you are his safe point.
  11. Fearful horse bolts in hand

    quote: Originally posted by At1Dressage: See he gives to pressure beautifully in the stall. I barely touch the lead rope and he comes. He will back, turn either way away from me, and lead beside me in the stall. It's when he knows he can get away that he bolts. I do have a rope halter..and I'm going to buy a long soft cotton rope off ebay I think as soon as possible....but the problem is..he only doesn't give to pressure when he goes into the panicky bolt. If he doesn't get away in the initial bolt, he calms down and gives to pressure, until something else freaks him out and then he bolts again. The problem is I weigh only 115lbs and it's hard for me to stop him! The problem is..he bolts BLINDLY. He panics. I need to somehow get him over THAT...but don't know how other than consistent handling..I just don't want him repeatedly getting away so that he gets away with getting away..see what I mean? I went through that with Storm. I did have a nylon halter, a 6ftlead, and gloves. He was scared of EVERYTHING, it took alot of time but he overcame his fears and works well under a nylon halter and lets others handle him. As far as him learning that the behaviour was ok, he knew he wasnt suppose to do that(bolt), and it took alot of patients on my part, but I walk him on the streets now and he is very well adjusted to halter work. Yours will come around, just let him know that you are his safe point.
  12. Random pics...horses, etc.

    Oh I love that pic of Hayden, those cheeks are just pinchable.
  13. Well, I broke down.....

    I can't believe its 66 right now. Almost time for the evening heat to come on, and the hot chocolate to come out, mmmmmm marshmallows.
  14. DixieCowgirl25

    I miss ya too hon! Even though I call you and talk to you for ever..LOL.
  15. Trail Riding pics from today

    Looks like fun. Thanks for sharing.