Too small to drive?
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Royal Oaks Simply Awesome - 2008 Champion.... AMHR Nat'l Western Pleasure Driving 32" and Under
Royal Oaks Mandalay Bay - 2009 Champion....Wis.State Horse Council - mini/pony driving; 2010 Top Ten.... in Golden Age Jumper, Golden Age Pleasure Driving Under, Amateur and Open Halter Obstacle; 2011 Top Ten Nationals....in Golden Age Jumper & Golden Age Country Pleasure Under
Brush Creeks Magic Spell - 2011 Champion Park Harness Over ....AMHR Youth, Amateur, & Stakes
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Posted 01 July 2012 - 11:56 PM
Well, colour me surprised! Thanks guys for the positive input here. I was really hesitant to try driving such a little girl and certainly she will never take me in a CDE but I guess if others have tried it and had success she can do some light work in the arena with good footing and no hills and see how she does. I hate to tell my husband that so many people say he is right and I am wrong... its likely to go to his head.
So, just tell him, you thought she needed a job, so you decided to start driving training and see what happens; no need to tell him several people said go for it.
Stallions: Little Kings Cat on Top, Paper Mache`
Mares: Misty, Tana, Showy, Caddy, Honey, Bonny, and Dolly
Gelding: Dakota and Jasper
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