My Horse Story

by Soizic

Isis yawning

Isis yawning

It all started when I took a field trip to a farm called Barclay's Arabians. I was so interested in the horses, and I wanted to learn more about them. They handed out horse riding lesson fliers, and I showed my mom when I got home.

We drove to the farm, and I learned to ride on an Arabian Mare named Mama (who sadly passed away this last year... I have another story about her.) I learned to walk, trot, and canter In western, but I wanted to do English, so I made the switch and loved it.

At the farm there was a beautiful colt named Snickers (He is mine now, I also have another story about him.) I fell in love and begged for him. One day, I went to the farm, and there was a Beautiful Paint Mare named Tasha.

In may of 2008, Snicker's was being sold to someone, but I didn't know who. I cried and cried, my parents took me to the farm and Snicky was in the round Pen. When we walked through the gate they said, "your new horse is Tasha." I was happy but disappointed also, I looked at Snicky longingly. Well it turned out, Tasha was supposed to be my horse, but they bought me Snicky, and Tasha is now my mom's horse :)

Well My sister had her horse Isis before I got Snicky, and Tasha and Isis were able to be ridden, but Snicky was too young, so my parents bought me a beautiful Arabian Chestnut mare named Monti. I went to shows with her, and I was so happy!! We won 1st place in many of our classes, and I was able to ride Monti, and take care of Snicky!!

Then Tasha had a baby named Bicky half Arabian Half Paint, and that same night Sky was born. Sky has a blue eye, and we loved him so my parents bought him too!!! Sky is a dark bay Arabian colt. to this day, We have 6 horses, and I love each and every one of them.

We moved them to a beautiful ranch called Encino Ranch and they are in a 60 acre pasture!! <3

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Nov 14, 2011
by: lucinda

cool i have a better pic of my pony yawning but urs is cool.

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