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Last seen: 6 years 2 months ago
Joined: 05/11/14

Hello everyone! I have been riding since I was three. I leased horses and rode other people's horses in shows until I was 14. At 14, my father finally decided that yes I was serious about this horse thing. Lol. He bought me my first horse.  He was an unregistered chestnut/sorrel with four white socks and a blaze named Jesse. He had a horrible rep and I was able to turn him into a champion in Florida. Later, I went on to compete in college. Now, I'm retired from the show scene but still train my horses in dressage, western pleasure, trail, jumping or whatever fits their ability. Currently, I have my final three horses because I have decided they will be my last horses due to my age mainly. I have a 14 year old TN Walker who was a mistake but a blessing when purchased. She was purchased by someone for me who did not know anything about horses. She was bought at auction and has turned out to be my big giant dog and a relaxing ride. She is my first TN Walker ever. Then there is the flashy and temperamental yet very smart Polish/Russian Chestnut Arabian Mare. She is my pride and my joy. I have always owned Arabians. She is my love. She has recently given me a filly. The filly was born on April 30, 2014 and is my first Warmblood cross. She is a Oldenburg/Arabian filly with a great deal of strength, courage, and heart. She is very easy to work with and is my new passion. I love my girls!

Daylene Alford
Last seen: 12 hours 27 min ago
Joined: 02/12/09
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