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This poem tells us to not cry for the loss of our horses, but after reading it we are all full of tears. The Loss of a beloved horse is never easy.

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Pretty sure I've pinned this before. But I love it.

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Relax..Relax, that is the key. Soften the thigh, the ankle the knee. To close the leg, you use the calf. Let the seat work on the back half. Use that core a little bit more. Don't let the hands take all the galore. Elbows in for out is a sin, and don't forget to lift the chin. Controlling the angles soft n' light, helps any equestrian to ride a horse right. -Kairen Jamieson

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Stolen from my daughter Magill who biggest dream is to just love a horse of her very own. I hope we achieve that dream one day

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This was totally me and my fatty when i was little! Now he is an old man, Don't know what I'll do when he is gone :(

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Sarah Gibb illustration of a knight on his horse in a beautiful forest

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Autumn Equinox: "Autumn Fires," by Robert Louis Stevenson, for the #Autumn #Equinox.

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The Clothes Horse: Outfit: I Am A Poem

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GOD made horses

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