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We are located in northwest British Columbia, Canada. You can find us on Google Earth. GRC is where people come to commune with nature, wildlife and horses, finding themselves in the process. CHA Instructor on location, trails to ride, great morgans to ride or bring your own horse/s, turnout pens available for them.See More
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I am a Level 1 CHA Standard Western Instructor,and Level 1 CHA Stnadard English Instructor, EC Recorded Steward, HCBC Western Judge, Founder and co-owner/operator of Gweek Riding Center a fast becoming popular riding school in northwest British Columbia, Canada. I am married with 3 grown kids and 3 grandchildren and my passion is teaching beginner riders and rusty riders with my 4 faithful morgan school horses Slocan TNT, Gweek Red Samson, Gweek Tripiphany and Gweek Shed A Parka.
I saw your update and remembered you introduced me to C. Mercer, with the Don Marco gelding, Arador.
I'm working my Morgan horse to begin driving, maybe this fall. I want to get lots of time with the long lines and a harness before hitching to anything. Don't want an accident.
See my photos of my first ever foal out of Fiesta D and by Pavon, both PRE Andalusians. My friend Ellin M Daum is a member too and posted pictures of her beautiful stallion (my baby's daddy).
How is this summer treating you?? we need a little less rain than June had and for the heat to go down some, but its summer Right!
I am excited about going to the World Eq Games in fall. Hope to see Fuego XII in person.
Wow!!! Yes and he is gorgeous Cindy. Thanks for your reply, and yes a gold mine for sure. I was hoping to breed my Mare to him next year!!! I did the bloodline comparisons on both his Dam and Sire's side and it would have been nice.
Also yes, people are starting to get it. Morgans with Ben-Don blood are not pure. I have one and it is my love for him a Gelding that started my research on bloodlines and Morgans. Like the Canadian horse , all you want to do is save the breed. Save those original bloodlines. Is his Sire or Dam still around???
This is not the first time I have hit a dead end. I have come across ones that come close but once I review the lines, I see it. I don't want even one cross to a Saddle or Thoroughbred.
Ohhh My Gosh Cindy!!
Don't You DARE Apologize for being straightforward, frank, sincere, and HONEST!!
Actually, You’ve NO Idea how Much I Appreciate Your “Reality Check” Your comment … those are the kinds of things “friends” tell one another.….hmmmmm…. Some Very Good food for thought in your words.
I’ll definitely be mulling them around as I decide about this filly.
If I were to get her … fortunately, I will have at least one or two other horse(s) to ride, while I wait for the filly to grow.
I was thinking of her more as an on going “project”
But your words REALLY brought something home to me … I need to revise my will, to Make Certain that “if” something happens to me … my will executor, will know Exactly what to do with regards to “placing” them.
……Thanks my friend