About Me!

About Me MLATDOTTK

Hello!  Welcome to my little blog that you somehow found on the big internet!  My name is Kaitlyn and I’m the blogger on this blog, as you might have guessed! 😉  I’m a thirteen year old girl who loves horses, family and Jesus!  He’s amazing if you didn’t know that already. ❤  You probable came here to know more about me, so here’s a bunch of facts about me, of course!  Okay, I’m training two horses right now.  I live on a farm, well you might have guessed that already because of the horses… 😉  I love watching Heartland!  Right now I suffering because the new season of Heartland hasn’t come out yet…  I love telling people about Jesus!  He’s the reason I made this blog.  I also have a blog about my American Girl dolls!  I really enjoy taking pictures of them and making stuff for them too. 🙂  I also love crafting.  And I love taking pictures too.  Like I said before, family is a huge part of my life.  We’re a family of six, so I’m not use to quiet or normal!  Thank you for checking out my blog and if you like it, please give it a little follow. 🙂  It really means a lot to me. ❤  Thanks for stopping by!

 

 

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33 thoughts on “About Me!

  1. My name is Keith, i’m 24, back when I was 16, I gave my life to God and started preaching. The last 8 years of walking with God has been an roller coaster. I went from being at the top of the mountain, to being homeless and then Literally hiking mountains to become an US Marine. But, God’s AMAZING GRACE, LOVE, POWER has done great stuff in my life. I encourage you Kaitlyn, KEEP ON STRIVING for Jesus, Keep on Pursuing his amazing Love and he will do great things with you and through you and I see he is right now, with this blog, GOD IS Giving you a Stage to Glorify his Mighty Name!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! One more thing, Your name, in Hebrew means “PURE”. Something that is Pure is Set Apart and Surely, Your Set Apart for something Great. God Bless.

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    1. Oh wow, you have had an amazing journey with God! I really have no words for this comment! Thank you so much for encouraging me through this comment. I never knew my name means “pure” so thank you for telling me. Great job living for Jesus! 🙂

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      1. He definitely used to be! But I use a a whip to tap (not hit) his hindquarters or smack the ground when he refuses to move, and I’ve gotten him to the point where he lunges just fine, and changes directions when I switch the hand I hold the lunge line in. Have you heard of Clinton Anderson’s Down Under Horsemanship?

        -Kendra @ therealkendralynne.com

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      2. He was supposed to be broke, but he ended up coming to us sort of green-broke, and I’ve had to train him out of some bad habits. Plus he’d never barrel raced until I started working with him on the pattern last November, but he’s coming along, as long as he stays in adjustment, but thankfully one of my trainers is an equine chiropractor.

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      3. Same happened to us. Deezle was suppose to be almost broke, but he’s more early green broke. I’m still making him go around those barrels to have him learn the pattern, but he is really bad with letting me have this head, any tips?

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      4. Before you begin riding while you’re in the saddle, I would suggest flexing his head to each side by pulling one side of the reins back to your hip on that side and not releasing the pressure until his gives to the pressure and creates slack in the reins. Do the same on each side until he’s really soft in the mouth. And make him do lots of small and large circles before you do the pattern, getting his brain to be thinking about turning. That’s what I’ve learned from the experienced horse-people in my life, and it really works! I’ve had to work on Toby giving to the reins as well, and I personally have had to work on remembering to look to the next barrel. But I’ve come up with five words to remember when doing the pattern: Hustle, Plant (my leg), Pull (the reins), Look, Repeat. 😉

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