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    My parents bred Arabians when I was very young, and I've grown up with a love of horses. I know how to ride, but don't have a horse, and not in a financial position to change that. You guys are so lucky!
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    Quote Originally Posted by magnolia1973 View Post
    Connie- your attachments are pending as well. Elaine- your horses are gorgeous. I wish I could trim and shoe. LOL, I'm jealous of my horse's $80 a month shoe habit.
    Ty . I am very lucky! As for trims, it costs me $100+ if I get someone else to just trim the big guy, he's massive and a bit of an ass about his feet. I save the initial cost of my tools within a few months. The little horse, she's easy. I trimmed her feet last night, she was falling asleep with a hoof up on the jack I can't imagine my life without them.
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