Paula Stevens
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  • Lansing, MI
  • United States
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I'll 18 in September and will start pre-veterinary medicine in August. I'm attending the University of Findlay(YAYYYYYYY) in Ohio and double majoring in pre-veterinary medicine/western equestrian studies. I own no horses but take care of them for various people. My hobbies include the following: reading, writing, drawing, painting, going for loooooong walks, collecting shells, horses, horses, horses, horses and more horses. I have a snow globe collection I'm trying to expand and a horse figurine collection I'm trying to revive. I've enough horse books and magazines to stock a library. I have four brothers and three sisters, two dogs and lizards. I worked at a therapy stable for a while and made great friends and taught some really awesome kids how to ride.
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 I've not written on Barnmice in a while as I've been busy with getting used to college life. I'm attending community college this year before going to university next year to start pre-veterinary medicine. I'm taking a world civilizations class, a bio-chemistry class and a math class. I've been quite busy studying each subject preparing for quizzes and tests and also writing on my blog( for each of you who reads this, will you please take the time to visit…

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Posted on September 2, 2016 at 1:15pm

I Smile....

Yesterday was our last day of summer camps for this year. It went really well despite being so very hot. Of course having my niece with me at the stable made the day automatically great.

My niece helped to groom the horses before going off with her group of kids to color T-shirts and play games. While they played I helped to lead horses on trail rides and in the arena during lessons. When we finished with that the…

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Posted on August 12, 2016 at 2:53pm

Our Country Has Gone To Pot-Vote For Rufie

We’ve been left to choose between a pit viper(Hillary) and a jester(Trump) to be our next leader. One has fake hair and one has a fake smile. One is hot-headed and one is cold and manipulative. Both suck and either way we’re screwed over double-time. Is there any hope at all for America or have we really gone to pot? I have the answer you’ve all been looking for. Don’t vote for Clinton or Trump. Vote for Rufie aka “The People Hater”.…

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Posted on July 27, 2016 at 9:30pm

The Cowboy

Posted on July 19, 2016 at 6:30pm

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At 8:53pm on December 14, 2014, Jackie Cochran said…

Thanks for the gift!

At 2:46pm on December 8, 2014, Jackie Cochran said…

Yes, it is a real bosal, you lucky girl.  I never got to ride with one but I have read a lot about how to ride with one if I ever get up on a horse wearing one.

I am glad you are riding with this because release of the hand aids is REALLY important with the bosal.  Hopefully it will teach you good habits with your hands that will help you communicating with the horse with a bit when you get there.  When in training horses learn from the release!

At 1:48pm on December 8, 2014, Jackie Cochran said…

Hi Paula!

You said that you used a bosal when you rode.  What type of bosal?  Is it a "real" bosal made of braided rawhide with the buttons and fiador, or a "hackamore bit" (two side pieces, noseband, curb strap, works by leverage)?

 
 
 
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