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Crystal13

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Oct 18, 2020
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I am a new horse owner. No I don’t ride but my daughter does and it has become a passion for her (and my wallet). I don’t know much of anything about the tack and horse terminology but the farm where she rides is amazing and we’ve become like family. The horse she rides is a Tennessee walker. Her name is Jenni and will be 3 in April. Don’t freak out, my daughter has been riding for 6 years... I just finally broke down and bought one for her. She’s training Jenni along side experienced trainers to hopefully show next year. Well that’s my story 😊018C2CAB-3410-4359-A861-0E3C7D55BFB0.jpeg
 

Huggy

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Hello, and welcome. She looks lovely! Looking forward to hearing how you all get on.
 

carthorse

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Hi and welcome.

Jenni looks lovely, and still has that sweet baby look about her. I don't know anything about the breed except for the horrible photos and videos of The Big Lick horses, so it's great to see one as they are meant to be :)
 

joosie

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Welcome to the forum, and happy new horse.
I know it's really tempting to get going with all the excitement of a new horse, but 2 and a half is a bit young to be in ridden work already. At her age her vertebrae and joints aren't developed enough to carry a rider and work under saddle. I would focus on your groundwork and maybe aim for some in-hand shows if you're desperate to compete.
 
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