Re: [RC] [Guest] actors who ride - Barbara McCrary
Heidi, last summer I bought an Arab from a rancher-breeder in Montana. I
said to him, "How come, in the middle of Quarter Horse country, did you
start breeding Arabs?" He said, "Because I found out that they can work all
day, and still be ready to work the next, day after day." Or something like
that. I've heard stories of ranchers who work cattle with either a string
of Quarter Horses, or one Arab. I'll NEVER forget the photo of a young Ted
Jeary, standing on Kosciusko's back, while fixing something on a windmill.
It was in an Arabian Horse World magazine honoring him as one of the
legendary Arab breeders.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Heidi Smith" <heidi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, December 09, 2002 9:13 PM
Subject: Re: [RC] [Guest] actors who ride
> >His line is: "Ain't nuthin' finer than riding a good horse
> > over new country." I think that that statement sums it up for all trail
> > riders.. be it competeing or for pleasure. Makes ya think!!
> Kinda reminds me of what my dad used to say, after we started upgrading
> ranch herd with Arabs and Arab crosses--"Boy, a good horse sure makes this
> range smaller!"
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