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Sultan's Juniper "Junie"

When I was 16 my parents told me that I could get a horse. A friend that owned a Morgan horse farm took us to various stables to look at horses that were for sale. We looked at several and I wasn't interested in any of them. Then I met Junie, something about him...I knew he was the one (I didn't know much about horses except I knew I wanted one). I tried riding him and fell in love...even though he threw me off and bit me before I bought him lol..that didn't deter me in the least. Junie was 4 at the time and he taught me a lot, I guess you could say that we grew up together. We went to shows and he did fairly well. He was also a great trail partner! I had him for 32 & 1/2 years when he went over the "rainbow bridge". I was fortunate enough to have a very nice ride 6 days before. I will always miss him and remember him. Rest In Peace my faithful friend.
"Practice sharpens, but overschooling blunts the edge. If your horse isn't doing right, the first place to look is yourself" - Joe Heim