The layout image is of me and Dee.
I am an American female, my age is unimportant. I'm intelligent and will speak to you like such and ask that those who contact me do the same. I am from PB3 and I was active on Paint at one time or another. In real life, I train professional barrel horses. I currently am working with 3 horses, besides my own. I own a 23 year old paintaloosa gelding named Archie. He is the craziest horse that I have ever put a leg over and hopefully will be the worst. He was a rocking pole bending horse in his prime, which was around 19ish after I had him a few years, but now he's so wild that I don't even think about getting him near an arena. My main horse that I train is miss Dory Sonny Dee McQue. Lovingly called Dee, this stunning 16 hand 1300# tank is probably the best horse I've ever rode. She isn't the fastest by any means, but she is smart smart smart! She is a 9 year old solid APHA mare, and is a stunning all around show horse. I have put a majority of her training on her and have been showing her for 4 years. She is a professional showmanship/halter horse, and a 2D professional barrel horse (top 10 in our state for barrel racing in IBRA). She also shows everything except jumping at the lower level.
My Training Horses
My other two training horses are also very intelligent, but we don't quite have the bond yet. First of the two is a 2 year old bay Appendix gelding named Doc Halls Peppy. "Scooby" is 14.1 hands, will turn 2 on May 12th, and is bred to be a cutting machine. He is very athletic and super smart, but we haven't broke him yet. He is making his debut in the halter pen next month. The other horse is a 15 year old OTTB named Kyungbokung, or Tucker. He is a very fast barrel horse, but he's spoiled rotten and is a major pain for his rider, so I work with him so she doesn't get bucked off when she does try to race him. haha He also shows all around at the lower level, but he excels in the barrel pen. (He was not a good racehorse. haha)
I am breeding Thoroughbreds, so I bought some nice mares and bred them, so lets see where it goes. Monetary or Item donations are greatly appreciated.