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It makes me very happy to have had the kind of lives I have had so far and to have grown up with so many astonishing humans and especially so many astonishing beasts. When I was a young woman I was really timid, but I was also totally horse-mad. When I was in second class, I began to go to Armando's horse camps, then known as Hire A Pony.
Finally I began to work there, got my own horse and could give the children what was given to me. I' ve learnt so much about ponies and the other pets, but even more about it. It taught me what it was like to have a sense of personal commitment to someone else, the happiness of a tough working week, and to be proud of who I am.
So many different kinds of human beings from different areas of our lives were and still are coming to the shed. Until today I have many valued lifelong companions who would never have had anything in common without our connection of horse and court to form a family.
My first horse was Ebony. I' ve made many new boyfriends and even had my first favourite horse called Gentleman. I' ve had many funny adventures there, which I'll be remembering for the remainder of my live. Armando taught me how to take good charge of horses and how to become a better horseman.
When I first went to high schools, I didn't go back to the shed, and that was the biggest thing I ever did! I' ve made many new acquaintances by going back and became an even better driver. When I was little, I just hopefully the little kids will look up to me like they did when I was little.
Every single mornin', my "barn family" keeps me busy and I don't know where I'd be without them. I' m in a very different place in my whole being. Many of my mates say that my lives have been taken over by a horse.... well.... that's okay because I'm happy.
I am pleased to work in a place where I am in great affection for the world. I will always recall the first horse I was riding and the first horse I was ever tied to. I am very pleased that I have the know-how and that I have the expertise with the horse, because I want to go to a university in Ocala and it has horse stud.
Hopefully I will never stop horse backwards because I know it will take me far in my studies. I' m hoping one of these days I can have my own horse. Lovin' that place and everyone there! I was really lonesome, I was the weirdo in high schools, I had no boyfriends, and all I did was go to go to class, go to my part-time work, and then go home and even playing game videos.
When I was with my Granny one of the days, my granny was telling me about this horse ranch (because that was all when I volunteered to work here, now it's like an old ranch! lol). So, I phoned the shed, and Armando, the owner of the ranch, replied, and he met me verbatim an hours later to discuss volunteer work!
I' ve always wanted to know how to work with a horse and get to know farming but because of the money I never got this chance until everyone took me into their families on this astonishing farms. It' really made a difference in my whole existence! I' ve grown a great love for the horse sport and when it comes to a horse's careers, there must be one!
With Armando and all the others who have helped me, I now have an astonishing group of buddies, I have found an astonishing pastime, and I have also found an outstanding way into a great one. That'?s how this place made a difference in my whole existence. And I didn't even dream of riding and working close with them.
When I first came here, I felt a pain in my aria. It doesn't matter to me if I put make-up on or how I look in the open. I' m interested in being around the things and those I like. I first ridden at Hire a Pony almost 15 years ago.
I' m currently a veterinarian at the University of Georgia and I have to say that my passion and devotion to horse riding all stem from what Hire a Pony was. There were no toys or things in the shed, our guides were them. It was this stall that gave me and many others sympathy and a sense of duty for what it means to be alive, to be able to travel and to lov.
Nowadays, when a parent decides to bring their child into contact with a horse, many stables leave out the most important aspect of horse grooming. Even though a horse can be a danger, it is also powerful, courageous, sincere and trustworthy. But without the in and out of horse grooming that Armando has always provided through his stables, the kids don't get the benefit of the relationships you can find with this one.
Encouraging everyone to enjoy the surroundings that Armando's stables can provide and to enable their children to enjoy a horse. I' ve been horseback-riding in a bunch of places for eight years. Any other horse ranches and horse camp where I have been would just beat you on any horse, whether in a good mood or not, and let you go on 4 hours of trail.
As a child it was great laughs, but as I got older I realised that these were unfortunate and when I had a concussion for a whole summers my mum and dad would buy me a hat and let me wear it when I was riding so that I would be the only one who would make a joke on me in the same lair, and when I got older I would get mean and tell me that they would tell me how to tack my horse, but never?
I got more out of my shell and I got more movement and learnt so much about ponies and pets, more than any other shed, they are so kind and inviting and except that they don't give a damn where you come from or what you look like they are, I like it, I try to work a long way, but I still go far away, but I still annoy my mum and dad to take me along, all the ponies are lucky and I can't think of another place to have my summers or my weekends for this affair, I also volunteered over 900 hrs.
Equestrianism has always been a big part of my Iife. I' ve always been the child at college that they used to make jokes about, and the reasons I survived the weak. I' d just been out of a shed because I didn't like the folks. Well, I found the stable through a pal who took me on a hike.
The first thing I did was fall in love at the shed. Soon after I began to volunteer and take classes inese. Whenever I got a break, I would spend it in the shed, and it became a place where I felt at home, and I realised that the people I made were my second home that would go through thick and thin with me.
I' ve realised that my horse lifestyle is shaped by my own and I' m planning to bring the horse to the next stage and one of these days to open a stable and help children like me to grow a heart and soul for them. That'?s how the barns have made a lasting difference in my whole existence! Everybody's so kind and the pets are fantastic.
All the horse-riding, teaching and camp. Thanks, Armando, for making such a great place for the pets and your people. As long as I can recall (and before), my whole existence was encircled by trees and trees. As of the 5 years of my favourite back my bangs favoured me until I was 13 and went over a leap without a horse, and so on.
He knew everything about the horse, but when you said that he would say: "No, I am learning something new every where. From him I learnt everything I know about the horse and much I know about it. The closeness to Armando and the ponies kept me out of all sorts of difficulties, and I think that's the point here.