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At 11:49am on April 25, 2013, Gary Glaser said…

Hello Mary Joe

We are about to start a new year, If you wanted to try re enacting now would be a good time, Let me know. We have drill set up for 2 weekends in May in the Milton area if you wanted to come out.


At 9:11am on October 31, 2011, Gary Glaser said…

Hey Mary

Have a look at this video""


At 8:46pm on March 30, 2011, Ellin McGinley Daum said…
Pavon has passed his sense of humor along to his get.  It is uncanny how their behavior mimics his even though he was not involved in raising them.  All are love bugs, too, wanting as much attention as they can get.  It makes training so much easier because they are eager to please and love rewards!
At 8:08am on March 30, 2011, Ellin McGinley Daum said…
Yes, and they do it in very good humor, too!
At 8:08am on March 29, 2011, Molly Judge said…

My friend has a Lusitano and he is beautiful. She competes in Dressage with him. He was imported from Brasil and was a Stallion for 8 years before being Gelded.


At 9:52pm on March 28, 2011, Ellin McGinley Daum said…
I read your info and apologize for not knowing he is a gelding.  We are in central Indiana, but Pavon was bred and born near Winipeg, Canada.  I'm so thrilled to have him and enjoy the wonderful foals he is producing.
At 9:49pm on March 28, 2011, Ellin McGinley Daum said…
What a wonderful horse!  Mare, gelding or stallion?  I love the personalities and dispositions of the Iberian horses.  Our 5 year old S/P mare is the official greeter at the farm.  She is so social to the point of being nosy, but so sweet.  She will be bred to Pavon this year.
At 9:32am on August 25, 2010, Laurie Aditajs said…
No problem Mary-Joe, yes it is removable! keep my email on file, or you can just go to the website and fill in the info request, it will come to me.
At 11:58am on August 24, 2010, Laurie Aditajs said…
Hi Mary-Joe, The I-Mat tiles are designed to replicate interlocking stone, specifically for use in washstalls and walkways such as barn aisles and outdoor walkway applications. These tiles insulate and provide a non-slip floor for your horse to safely walk on. These extremely durable tiles last for years and years.

As far as your stall goes, SoftStall is the choice to use for this application, to create a therapeutic bed, a non-slip, comfortable bed for your horse to lay on. A 10 x 12 stall goes for $700 per stall. You can email me directly for more information. Shipping and installation are not included.
At 10:13am on August 23, 2010, Laurie Aditajs said…
HI Mary-Joe,
The I-Mat interlocking tiles are made from recylced rubber tires that interlock to look like real I-tile pavers. We have a special on these tiles, sorry, try this email to get in touch with me and I can give you more details!
also you can view pictures on the website at
look forward to hearing from you!
At 10:53pm on June 28, 2010, Barnmice Admin said…
I've been in the same situation many times. Keep working at it and I know you'll get there!
At 7:07pm on June 28, 2010, Barnmice Admin said…
Any shows this year, Mary-Joe? Your horse is so handsome! :)
At 9:04am on April 8, 2010, Gary Glaser said…
Hello Mary- Joe

I am going next weekend to Ohio to train with about 60 horses, we arrive Thur. and camp in a Barn till Mon. We do some training this time of year, in and around Niagra area also, We are not associated with any stable or barn, so there for we find a field and train. We will be at Westfield Heritage Village on May 15 & 16. We will arrive Sat. Morning set up camp and stay till Sun. Afternoon. This is not to far from you. If you go to the 9th web site and go to up coming events click on the link to Westfield. If you are interested just let me know.

You should try the experience have being in a saber charge, Boy does your heart pound!!

Thank You

At 9:58pm on February 19, 2010, Halle Myers said…
um no the horse are actually my sisters and i think one of my sisters took the pics the flea bitten arabian is a horse i used to lease but i still go to the same barn that she is boarded at
At 8:37am on January 21, 2010, OEF said…
Hi Mary-Joe - thanks for joining the OEF group! Please feel free to use the group to ask questions, post comments, share ideas, etc.
At 10:56am on December 4, 2009, JulieG said…
Hi Mary-Joe,
Your name just seemed to pop up on the page I was looking at!

Thanks for the compliments & your gelding is very handsome too. I love his dark points; will they stay?

I'm hoping to do my mentoring at the Pickering Horse Centre since it's not too far a drive and there should be lots of opportunity to observe given the large lesson program. Will let you know how I make out ;-)

Yes, I'm on Face Book too!

Take care,
At 11:25pm on July 1, 2009, Cindy Jeffery said…
Hi Mary-Joe, I looked all over and can't find the video I think I leant it to someone. I'm sure you can find it on Google. Oh, my horse Ryn has very interesting markings, in that picture he does look like a buckskin but he is actually a dun with a grey dorsal stripe, also champagne colored legs and dappling allover his body, light in some areas. His mane and tail is silver. His dam was a champagne mahogany chestnut and his sire is a dun with amber eyes and a silver mane and tail. In my breeding program when I was still breeding morgans I bred for this plus the temperament they carry, and when I quit I didn't realize what I had and gelded them. Talk about kick myself around the block. Anyway, the most important thing is how sweet they are and how trainable too.
At 9:54am on June 27, 2009, Mary-Joe Figueira said…
Hi Barbara

You are very welcome to come up, as long as you let me invite myself down to your neck of the woods one day. I live in Milton, Ontario which is north of Toronto. The Region is called Halton and it boasts one of the more lovely picturesque areas. Halton is a big horse country that is why I live here. It also boasts the Niagara Escarpment which is a protected green belt with fauna and flora. Milton is a small town and growing, (and everybody seems to be discovering it of late). I hate it when that happens. Anyway within 5 minutes I am out in the country. I plan to buy a small horse property (provided I win the lottery when I retire. (I keep dreaming).


At 10:37pm on June 25, 2009, Barbara Sky Horse said…
Yes Mary-Joe ... I'm in Colorado, the South West part of the Rocky Mountains. It is Good horse country here, I'll try to post some pics when I honestly figure out how ... *laughing* ... so far I've posted one pic of a welsh cross pony I had nearly 50 years ago, it was for a thread I saw ... something about "Your First Pony" ... but silly me ... now I can't for the life of me Find The darn Thread to post the pic and make my comment!!!
....I'd certainly Love to get up in Your direction of the world one day.
The pictures I've seen are Breathtaking!!
~ Barby

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