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Lukas The Horse Does Well In A Round Arena

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Lukas is such a gentleman to pick up Karen’s coat for her! He’s handsome and smart too! In this video he once again does the Spanish walk, jambet, bow, and crossed leg tricks.

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[..YouTube..] @safetrailhorse This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] @safetrailhorse This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] @safetrailhorse This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] @safetrailhorse This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] @safetrailhorse This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] @safetrailhorse This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] @safetrailhorse This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] @safetrailhorse This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] @safetrailhorse This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] @safetrailhorse This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] @safetrailhorse This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] @safetrailhorse This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] @safetrailhorse This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] @safetrailhorse This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] @safetrailhorse This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] @safetrailhorse This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] @safetrailhorse This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] @safetrailhorse This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] @safetrailhorse This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] @safetrailhorse This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] @safetrailhorse This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] @safetrailhorse This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] @safetrailhorse This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] @safetrailhorse This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] @safetrailhorse This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] @safetrailhorse This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg.  I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather - thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

This is a good question and I am happy to try to answer: the comment I hear most often about Thoroughbreds is that “they pull like trains and you can’t put a leg on them.” I looked for the longest spurs sold (though I never need them) to show that they can accept a polite leg. I use the plain snaffle to show Lukas is light a a feather – thank you, we are obligated to all the ex-racers to show what a willing and happy partner they can be.

[..YouTube..] Great video. I’ve shared this one with someone I know who says she will never own a TB (her loss!!) I find Safetrailhorse’s questions pretty interesting. Why ride with spurs, even if they are the longest one available. I don’t ride Corado but he is so sensitive to the touch, I’m sure just by touching Lukas, you would get a response. Tthe bit, I’m not too keen about since I know myself, not being a good rider, I always pull on the reins so my riding lessons will be without bits.
Love you both

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