jayygirljordan

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About jayygirljordan

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    Washington State
  1. Horse Quirks

    Aww, he wants to stay nice and clean for mommy. That certainly is odd though. I've never had a horse who didn't like the rain. Makes for easy grooming though. [:
  2. My New Horse

    She's gorgeous! Love her face. Good luck with her. [:
  3. Makeup And Horses

    I agree with Serah Rose. I think you'd have a better shot going to breed shows or championship shows. Me personally, I don't think I'd have someone else do my makeup because like CoolRabbit said, showing horses is expensive as it is. Maybe if you brought along a portfolio and had reasonable prices I would consider it. Good luck with whatever you decide to do! Its nice to see someone with ambition and the desire to do something they love. [:
  4. Its been sooooo long since I've been on HC. I'm pretty sure my old username was barrelracer91 or something along those lines, but I can't remember. Anyways, I'm Jordan, for those of you who don't remember. I owned Chief, the sorrel overo Paint that I barrel raced. My new job is so boring and I sit in front of a computer all day so I figured why not see what's been happening on HC? Its pretty safe to say the KOBB has died down a bit, but i'm happy to see most of the original members. How has everyone been? [:
  5. How Much Do You Show?

    How old were you when you started riding? 10 How old were you when you started showing? 13 How old are you now? (If you dont mind me asking) 21 What kind of riding/shows do you compete in? I don't show anymore (at least not at the moment), but I started out showing my QH in open and 4-H shows in halter, showmanship, and western pleasure. Then when we bought our Paints I moved into APHA shows showing the same things, plus hunter under saddle and equitation classes. After about 3 years of that I got tired of the slow pace and decided to try barrels. So my parents bought me a Paint barrel horse and he basically taught me everything I know about barrel racing. Sadly, we had to sell him back in 2009, and the rest of our horses last year when we moved here to WA from FL. My sister and I found a barn that lets us ride their trail horses in exchange for cleaning their barn, so at least we're still able to ride. And hopefully one day in the future we'll have our own horses and be able to show again. [: