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I do wish the kids could grow up on a farm. Sadly, we won't have ours till the kids are well into adolescence. Any is better than none I guess!

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The Spotted Saddle Horse - crossed with Spanish-American type pinto horses with gaited horse breeds (such as the Tennessee Walking Horse) to produce a colorful horse that was smooth gaited and possessed strength and stamina. The breed has a reputation for being gentle and easy to handle, surefooted and agile, good on steep and rough trails.

This was so me when I was a little girl!!!...and I had a stick horse when I really wanted to get somewhere. When I was five, I graduated to the real thing...been horse crazy ever since.

The Most Gorgeous Horses of Different Colors You've Ever Seen. Celebrate Kentucky Derby Day!! @ grabberwocky.com