Descriptive Essay About Heart Horse

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If only I knew then what I know now, you 'd still be in my barn. Not just my memories.
"A great horse will change your life. The truly special ones define it."
We 've all heard the term "heart horse." Some of us have had ours. Maybe she’s a fond memory from your childhood. Maybe she is tucked inside her stall, cozy in your backyard tonight. Maybe you haven 't met yours yet. I was born loving horses. From the time I was five years old, my happiest memories and proudest moments have been in the saddle. Over the course of my seventeen years of life. I 've had some great horses. I 've loved each one of them, they all taught me something and helped me grow as an equestrian and as a person. There are five names I will not forget; Rio, Ace,
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After six months, I made the decision to sell the her. I did not cry the day she left, and I knew it was the right decision. She went to a home where she will be given every opportunity to shine as a reined cow horse, and her new owner is very happy with her. Selling Buddy is one of the biggest regrets I have. But, she taught me something. She taught me how important it is to always remain true to yourself and follow your heart. Life is so short - much too short to concern yourself with other people 's opinions and two cents about what they think you should be doing. She taught me that it is okay to be cut from different cloth, and that if you believe in something, you need to give it everything you 've got. The opinion of others is trivial. I miss Buddy every day. I keep in contact with her new family and they send me pictures of her from time to time. She is loved by a fifteen-year-old girl who shows her in 4H and has plans to barrel race her in the future. She is so loved. So, I now own two similarly bred Hancock fillies that I enjoy very much. Rio, and Mac. Rio, I am training to be a reining horse, and I

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