Joan Deutsch wrote:Hey Cassy, How was the Western Dream Ride? Attendance, weather, riding, food, etc. Any mishaps this year -- or lessons learned? Did you take your mare and how did she do?
good food, good riding mare did fine, it was a bit rainy, around 120 people attended, had a live band this year. no major mishaps just some minor bruising and a couple loose horses. all in all it was better than last year.
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Joan Deutsch wrote:Horsepeople, Did you go on the western dream ride recently? Who did you ride and how was the weekend event?
yes I went once again this year, it was nice the food was good so was the band (live wire) brought home some stuff from the silent auction part:) spent some time in the pool,rode for around 8 hours total time for the whole weekend the 4 days I was there. I didn't take many pics but my friend did on her camera, some of the views are very nice.It is such a good ride for green horses or beginner riders:) the trails are very wide and you can easily ride 2 abreast on all the trails with a couple short exceptions(gates mainly) and only a couple of those. One of my friends horses decided he was extra happy and went a bit bronc on her he is 19 yrs old ya think he would have been done being silly. with all the other horses being around him he just got a bit goofy for a short time. He is normally alone or in a small group, the big herd thing got him going. My paint mare was a delight the whole time nothing fazed her not a spook,twitch or jump. She went where told led or followed she just didn't care. couldn't ask for a better nor prettier horse to ride.
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