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Doing Tevis again, etc.

Wow, its been a long time, I forgot all about this page! Guess what? I'm doing Tevis again this year for the first time in 13 years. I'm doing it on a friend's Mustang mare. Taqi is far from ready, he's not even broke yet.  Hope to have him under saddle this summer.  Just trimmed his feet yesterday.  Also put a soft bareback saddle on him and lunged him a bit.  

Check out my blog "Retackling the Tevis" - judyshatir.blogspot.com.

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Added by Judy Houle on May 11, 2012 at 7:46pm — No Comments

The Mustang Diaries Part 2

Well, Sulphur's Nataqua, or Taqi as I call him is finally letting us touch him. I haven't been getting out to see him as often as I should since he's 35 windy miles away, but Pete has been spending time with him at feeding time. (Pete calls him Taco) He has been eating out of our hands and will let us scratch his neck and touch his ears. Pete has also been running his hands down his legs and feet. Speaking of which, he is very long and has some hoof that has been breaking out on the sides. I… Continue

Added by Judy Houle on September 27, 2009 at 11:34am — 1 Comment

The Mustang Diaries

In March I adopted a Mustang online. It wasn't just any Mustang, it was a Sulphur Mustang from a special herd in Utah. I had fallen in love with this strain a few years ago when I went to look at a Sulphur stallion for sale. They are similar to the Kigers and are 90 some percent pure original Spanish Conquistador horse. He is a silver grulla with zebra striped legs and a black mane and tail with blonde streaks. As far as I know, no one has ever competed one in endurance. I hope to be the first.… Continue

Added by Judy Houle on July 15, 2009 at 10:30pm — 3 Comments

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