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Helllloooo. Anyone out here?

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Hi everyone! I am new to this site and would like to know who is here.

Anyone out here? Please respond and tell me a little about you so that I can learn more about this community.

In the meantime, I would like to take a moment to thank the horses in our lives. Especially mine....without them my life would not be near as enriched. Horses have taught me so much about myself and others. There is something about a horse that brings magic into our lives...

How about you?

Dang. I forgot this is a dating site. LOL! Now how in the world can I do this. How can I put my horse dreams and my dream of "the one" in the same site? Is it even possible? Has anyone here met anyone else that they think they were interested in? I am on another site and have been active in my blogging,and met a few prospects, but...no one talks horses there. So, is this more of a horse site or have some of you been able to actually think of more than your horses?

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The numbers are slowly moving on up. Today, 92 have viewed one of my blogs.

And now, we have a a few more bloggers. Ssh*t and Steve has joined us.

Come on horse people. No need to be shy with us. We are as crazy as you are! Come in and play with us. We promise to behave. (OK that might not be true)

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Oh, Look. The numbers of lurkers is growing! I now have 85 members who have viewed a blog I have written. Which means they might be looking at more.

Now, come on. Be brave. Post a oomment and introduce yourself to us. We are looking for more friends to explore this world with.

We are now accepting applications...Come and drink at our community water hole.

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Slowly movin up in the numbers, now 73 have viewed my blogs since I joined.

So how come you people are so shy? Come on, be brave and join us. We horse people are not normal (I say that in a good way) and can have sooo much fun when we all join up in the corral and start playing.

Come one, come all! The first post is the hardest, than it is like getting on a horse...each time it gets easier and with luck, better!

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Looks like the numbers of views here are slowly raising. Now, how can we get them to come in here and play?

I know at first you might feel shy. As those of us here seem so comfortable...but we have been here long enough not to care if we look silly or not. Since no one really knows who we are this is easy to do...

You can start by making a comment on someone else's blog, than move up to writing your own. It seems the subject matter does not matter on the blogs. You can write about the horse world, or make up something that makes no sense. We will probably respond!

So please, come in and play! If you are a non-paying member your posts will not show to us until the next day. So do not feel that we are ignoring you, we really do not know you are here, or blogging!

The cost of joining (and who we get those stars) if you go for the 6 month deal, is $20 a month. It is worth the cost simply for the entertainment and the ability to see our crazy thoughts right away!

I have contacted people on the chat here and invited them over as well. Plus, have posted an open "Blog Party" post in the forum.

So warm up your keyboard, pick a comfortable chair, and join in this fast growing community of horse people.


Welcome to the funny farm!

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LOL! Yes, Mr. Woodroe. I look under the edit/create blog section on the right side of the blogs. That tells us how many have viewed or blogs...

All those other numbers are how many times people have viewed the blog that is listed. I think that most of them are from you when you are drinking that coffee with the Cowboy Apple Pie...

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Well, well. (that is a deep subject) It seems that now 67 people have viewed my blogs.

Come out, come out, where ever you are!

I remember how hard it was to start blogging when I first began...sometimes you may not know what to say. The truth is, we do not either. LOL! (Laughing out loud)

So we came in, responded to a few friendly faces, and before we knew it, become one of those who are a part of this wonderful community of horse people.

Waiting for you to join in with us...

No worries, you do not need to know how to dance!

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Well, well, well. Looky look. The numbers are slowly climbing. There are now 51 people who have read this blog.

Horse people are slowing gathering. Watch out world, here we come!

Come out, come out, who ever you are. Go ahead and post something. Anything, and try your luck. We are giving prizes now for any new bloggers. LOL.

Oh, and welcome to the funny farm.

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Well, now I know there are at least 44 people who have viewed my blogs.

Come out, come out, where ever you are!

Please feel comfortable posting here. At first we all felt a little shy...but as you can see, we are having fun. Many times we have no idea what to say and as you can see, some of the funniest things happen.

With practice you will have as much fun here as we do.

Did I mention that we would like to join with us? We could use more feedback on dating and of course, horses.

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1 year ago
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LOL, Mr. Montana,

Yes, I have been looking at many sites owned by the same company when I found this one.

Surprise!

As to NLP. It is the same as how we teach horses and riders. Conditioned response... basic humanistic psychology according to those from Jung, Carl Rogers and more...

Whooops. I forgot. Horse people think they came up with this idea.

Now the natural horseman claim it is theirs, even though the others (who we all call Europeans) were doing this same thing for 1000s of years. So does this mean that this is really simply the lack of communication skills?

I am not sure. But I am so happy that I have been born in a time when it is acceptable...


NLP? I like the basic Will Rogers ma self...

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1 year ago
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You're on the right track Capn' I'll buy the first round. Won't be doing much ropin' though. I'm in a long slow recovery from a rotator cuff"itis" caused by a couple weeks of practice on my Johnny Blocker. It may be Spring before I can swing a thumbs down houlihan again


Well just fix up a batch of that Cowboy Apple Pie it should be right mellow by spring or St. Patricks Day and of course ye can test it all winter...just to make sure it's coming along all right...

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1 year ago
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and than began to hiccup...
He was human after all...
and wanted to go with the flow.
Carefully he settled his fine rump (covered by those breeches) on his custom dressage saddle...
and with a smile on his face
was glad not to be chasing cattle...
He liked those white breeches, that felt so tight and just right...
the problem was simply, keeping them clean and white...


Your turn...

Oh, and thanks for sending another one of those photos of you, to me. Do you do this with everyone here? Should I feel special?

And is this a new campaign that you are on?


Hay Star,

Nice poster. I'm lookin' fer one that says...Ride a Bull Save a Cowgirl!!! If you run across one let me know.

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1 year ago
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Woodrow,

I lost that recipe in a computer crash, could you post it again? Good to see you back riding circles!


Montana,

Sure be glad glad to it's time for some good Chili, course that's anytime.
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its the chaps and jeans a man just doesn't look well cowboy if he is joddspurs. and the ching ching spurs don't work for that either. I vote picture too.... well ...... for an older guy.;')


LOL! I can live without the sound of those spurs. It is a nice sound, but I find my attention does not go there. hmmmm. How long have you been thinking about the ching ching of spurs? Do you find that the jeans and chaps do not look as good without them? LOL.

Oh, and Live. Even those "older guys" can have assets that look great in either breeches or chaps and jeans.

Another vote for that photo Mr. Montana.

This "older" man decided to go for the no breeches or chaps look.

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Great story live!

As you and I both know, it is not the saddle or clothing that makes a horse person...

However, I am still on the fence as to if I like a man in breeches or jeans and chaps. Those saddle seat outfits just do not have that same appeal...

What do you think? That is why I am asking Mr. Montana to put on some breeches and post the photos. Than we can vote on chaps and jeans, or breeches and tall boots...

Come on, Mr. Montana. We know you want to to do this for us. (or is it really for him?)


its the chaps and jeans a man just doesn't look well cowboy if he is joddspurs. and the ching ching spurs don't work for that either. I vote picture too.... well ...... for an older guy.;')
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My 15yr old daughter rides english. She gets a Lot of comments from the "cowboys" up here who would yell hay get a real horse or were is you saddle thats a postage stamp.Or buy some wrangers and those are not boots.She however was blessed with a real balance about her so 5yrs of riding lessons really compleated her riding skills.She was out riding like only a comfortable rider would hands raised like she was flying head throughn back eyes closed at a canter.one of those "cowboys" tried to lasso her horse on her way bye. her horse went side ways after it fished in the air. came down and went verticle.(never did it have a rope fly through the air) All the cowboys set there watching with mouth open at her lack of falling off.She got controll over her horse looked at them and went thats what you can do when you ride a real horse sit in a real saddle day after day you can ride a real ride. And just rode bye. Those cowboys talked of that days after wards We live in a very small place she would be in her english attire and you would her comments in the store. Thats the girl so and so told me about.


Great story live!

As you and I both know, it is not the saddle or clothing that makes a horse person...

However, I am still on the fence as to if I like a man in breeches or jeans and chaps. Those saddle seat outfits just do not have that same appeal...

What do you think? That is why I am asking Mr. Montana to put on some breeches and post the photos. Than we can vote on chaps and jeans, or breeches and tall boots...

Come on, Mr. Montana. We know you want to to do this for us. (or is it really for him?)

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and than began to hiccup...
He was human after all...
and wanted to go with the flow.
Carefully he settled his fine rump (covered by those breeches) on his custom dressage saddle...
and with a smile on his face
was glad not to be chasing cattle...
He liked those white breeches, that felt so tight and just right...
the problem was simply, keeping them clean and white...


Your turn...

Oh, and thanks for sending another one of those photos of you, to me. Do you do this with everyone here? Should I feel special?

And is this a new campaign that you are on?

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Hey, this was to be a cooperative venture... you finish mine first!!
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Lordy, Lordy. Mr. Montana is a poet..LOL

There was a cowboy from Montana, who dreamed of wearing tight breeches...
The kind with the leather that wrapped around his back enda...
and back around to where ever he reaches...
No worry Mr.cowboy, dreams do come true.
You can get them breeches in any color, including blue.
Than you will need those tall boots.
That will make all the cowgirls go woof, woof.

Now, Mr. Montana, since you are sooo good spelling big words, like limerick, it is your turn to write us a poem.

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Oh darn' I thought you were about to give us a limerick...

There was a great riding master from Germany...
Who sported tight breeches with infamy...
He put his toe in the stirrup and...
???