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 Horseback riding is something that was injected into my soul before I was even brought into the world. Connecting with animals at a young age, I began riding when I was six years old.  Constantly being told to hop on the horses that were acting "out of character," "fresh", or misbehaving was often my job to fix.  Fearless, I accepted the crazy ones, the misfits, the outliers.  Instant connections made and a natural projected feeling, a gift that was given to me is something that all animals can feel. A bond that only a horse and rider can undergo is the biggest form of trust one can see. There is no larger sense of home then when on a horses back. The planets align, the colors are blended perfectly, a detachment of our single reality and a glimpse of another  - one is fulfilled. Strong, complex, beautiful creatures with hundreds of muscles moving simultaneously, carrying you through space, the closest feeling of floating one could experience. 16.5- a saddle size that will never change along with a project, a love, and a career never ending. 
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