Horse love dating
She'd earlier tried without much success, but over the next few years, she met many interesting people on the equestrian site, some whom she dated and some who were just friends.Then, in 2010, the need to sell her Quarter Horse gelding Commando (because of the economy) prompted her to put out the word through the Web site.The Kingman, Arizona, artist, owner of a black-and-white Spotted Saddle Horse named Harley, wanted to meet a horseman."I'd been married for 27 years, so dating was new to me," she recounts, "and finding someone who shared my passion was a priority."Terry Brown, meanwhile, was the owner of an aerospace manufacturing company and three Quarter Horse geldings in Graham, Washington.He'd joined the site for about six months in 2009, then got discouraged and left for about a year.
"Then we exchanged phone numbers and called each other every day? "But she would always interject her feelings when she felt they needed to be heard."In 2006, Janine made the commitment to move to Alabama to be near Dan.
"Han packed us a saddlebag lunch and even remembered what I liked to drink. I believe it was the best first date ever because we'd had a chance to get to know each other so well through all those prior e-mails."Connie says she knew things were serious several months later, on another ride."He took me out along a beautiful stretch of the Blue River.
We stopped for a break and got off the horses, and he held me in his arms.
He returned in 2011, "and within two days I was e-mailing Victoria," he relates.
They had many questions for each other and talked a lot before meeting in person.
Do they enable horse people to find real love-with a soulmate who shares their enthusiasm for country living and all things equine?