Arleen Morley
  • Amarillo, TX
  • United States
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My Location: (City, State, Country)
Amarillo, TX, United States
About Me:
I am an experienced rider, who developed back problems and found the Peruvian to be the only breed I could ride without pain. I now own two of these beautiful horses. I may be one of only two Peruvian owners in Amarillo TX.
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Experienced Peruvian owners/trainers that can help me with saddle fit and knowledge of Peruvians.

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A Great Day

Posted on March 23, 2010 at 11:03pm 5 Comments

I had a great day with Whiskey, the pictured Peruvian, after not having ridden him since last June due to several reasons. Short history: He had major hysterical issues when <u>attempting</u> to put on a bridle over his ears. And I mean MAJOR! He also used to have issues with being caught, and when he was, he would jerk his head violently away.

Well, lately he has taken a real interest in me, and would often walk right up to me and let… Continue

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At 10:32am on June 22, 2010, Pam Johnston said…
Hi Arleen! I came across your photos of your chestnut horse..he looks very nice. I am assuming he is a gelding, right? You are on the right path to getting your horse to turst you..that is always the first step. Having an infinite amount of patience is the key. Wishing you much success.

Regards, Pam J
At 6:49am on June 9, 2010, Yvonne Neal said…
Arleen, I am so sorry about Cordero. There is nothing I can say to help you feel better. I have lost my best friend like that. I have not found one I trust like Skippy. I found him dead and don't know why. He was halp Paso but rode like a full blooded one and was so trust worthy. I still have his sire gelded. He is 25 now and I don't ride him anymore because he is so stiff with arthritis. If he gets any worse, I will have to put him down. Estaban is a fine riding horse but I have not bonded with him like Skippy. Maybe in time. I raised Skippy. Take care and hang in there. Yvonne
At 2:02pm on June 8, 2010, Yvonne Neal said…
Hey Arleen, how are things going? Just thought I would say hey to you and see how you are doing. Take care. Been really busy. Raining here now so got some time to do computer things. Yvonne
At 10:23am on May 28, 2010, Allison Morris- "ASHA" said…
At 5:51pm on May 26, 2010, Allison Morris- "ASHA" said…
Beautiful horse
At 8:59pm on April 22, 2010, Yvonne Neal said…
Hi Arleen! How are you doing? My horse has issues about being caught also. If I have him in the round pen and work him he will stop and face me. But he has issues with me walking up to him. But we usually get past this. But if he is in the barn lot, forget it. I have to get him in the barn and then catch him. He will eat treats from my hand one day and the next act like he does not know me. But I keep working with him. Hopefully one day he will learn to trust me. Talk to you soon. Take care.
At 7:19pm on March 23, 2010, Yvonne Neal said…
Arleen, There are no other Peruvian Paso horses around here either. The closest breeding farm is about 100 miles from here and nothing but Quarter horses in between. They don't know what they are missing. Can't figure out why you would want to bounce around on the horse when you can have a cadillac!!! Hang in there and take care. Yvonne
At 5:43pm on March 22, 2010, Yvonne Neal said…
Arleen, nice to have you for a friend. I am no expert on any horse breed except I know that the Peruvian Paos are the best to ride. They have such magnificent brio and mannerisms. This is the 2nd stallion I have had in the Peruvian Paso breed. They are awesome. Hope you find the saddle you need. Take care. Talk later Yvonne
At 2:05pm on March 17, 2010, Judy Choquette said…
Hi Arleen thank you so much for replying and adding me as a friend.
I just sent or thought I did a reply but think I goofed and didn't send it right.We are relisting our place here for sale think this week so trying to do some cleaning catch up been a long winter here.windows tile and such ughhhhhhhhh
We are hoping it sakes int his crazy market and we will have to more than likely rent until we find what we want in Texas our Farrier hopes to move to Tyler and we may after we get moved to Texas have t drive a day to take horses to him hate changing we have had him for 8 years.
I will have Norman peek at properties in Amarillo too.
Kinda looking in a 35 to 60 min drive around Austin areas but who knows.
Norm needs to be in proximity to a hospital or clinic a she still wants to work 2 days a week when we move .
Me I just want to fish or ride my horses
Would be nice to live in an area I would have riding friends with.
Thank you again for replying
Judy
At 6:25am on March 2, 2010, Laura Mesia said…
Arleen-

Welcome to Peruvian Horse World! We are happy to have you join us here and hope you enjoy the site.

We have so many experienced folks on the site from all over the world...a little bit more local (Dallas/Fort Worth Area), Cheryl Aldrich, owner of Raintree Tack is a member here, she is a carded judge, and can help you with saddle fit. Also in that general area is Marco Dapelo, he comes from generations of Peruvian Horse breeders in Peru and is a judge, as well as a breeder and trainer. Just a couple of suggestions.

If you need any assistance in getting the most from our site, just let me know.

Best,
Laura Mesia
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