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My present horse is Joseph Smokin Eagle but we call him Just'n because we saved him justin time.
His impressive pedigree is located at http://www.pedigreequery.com
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These are some of my past horses.
Jimmy Williams

my first trainer on his horse
Ronnie Freeman on
Skip A Rope



"Twixt the stirrup and the ground."
Patty on Shady Lady
(Tudor's Shade)

preparing to enter ring for
hunter's class jumping.
Son Johnny with Charlie

and Shawnara looking on
Care to Dance?




Ronnie Freeman falling off of
Patty's horse Rainy Day.
Patty Petrone and 3 hour old filly

receiving diaper change from mother
My first daughter Tasha

and Risky Ronnie
Ronnie Freeman on

Rainy Day in Santa Barbara
My second daughter Kahti
 
being kissed by J J.

My son Johnson

and J J.
Yes, I also played Polo

at Charlottesville, VA
But I love jumping the most,

here aboard Lulu at Del Mar, CA
And X-Country Hunter Pace

On Westchester at Purchase, NY
Reserve Champion

26 & Over Class
At that time my name was Cline
Jumping Westchester

in Southern California

Rainy Day at Portuguese Bend

ridden by Ronnie Freeman

And I raced horses too! This is Patty Petrone

in the winners circle at Santa Anita March 24, 1976

Risky Ronnie the son of Patty Petrone wins

at Golden Gate Fields on Feb 15, 1985

I am in the middle at

Pebble Beach jumper class, 1974
Daughter Kahti riding Watch Me

at Ox Ridge Hunt Club
At Keswick, VA ('90)

on J J (Double Dash)
My 4 yr old grand-daughter riding

her pony just for the fun of it.
I am on Gladwinner at

Portuguese Bend Riding Club,
Palos Verdes, 1973
Daughter Kahti on BillyBoy

Kahti on Charlie

showing off!
We lost Westie in 2009 only one month

after getting him back.
Some of the horses I have saved.
Dutch, a warmblood-

thoroughbred cross will jump anything!

Prince, a registered thoroughbred

was left in a field for over a year!


My favorite warmblood, Hughey
(Hugs & Kisses)

who lived out his life on our farm.
Just'n was rescued from some good 'ol WV boys
who wanted to make a barrel racer out of this
extremely well bred race horse who had a bone
chip in a front leg. They kept him in a round pen

with two cows and a round hay bale. He came to us
in extremely poor condition with eyes glazed over
ready to die. He was rescued just in time thus Just'n.
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