Table of contents: (No, my presentation is not that long
1) My game:
b) BMI items I am willing to trade
c) Horse sales
2) About me:
(for those of you, like me, who love to read about people)
(All sorts of stuff)
3) A good joke and pictures of my animals.
If you are a newbie (<40 seniority) and need some good horses, aging points, or what, let me know! I have plenty decent horses and plenty of resources!
hunter jumper luver is having a giveaway on her forum. Go check it out!
My 1000th congratulater gets an over 4000 inborn skill thoroughbred colt/stallion with over 20000 gp.
My 2000th congratulater gets an over 6000 inborn skill thoroughbred mare/filly with over 21000 gp. If you notice you are the winner, please send me a screenshot (on a computer press 'prt sc' and the windows button at the same time. You can access the picture in your photos - screenshots). To send it to me, use [img]ImageLinkHere[/img] .
If you would like to see some of my really cool coats or best horses with coats and the wad, here (links):
BMI items I am willing to trade:
If you would like to trade any of your BMIs or equus for any of my following BMIs, pm me with your offer. If you offer to trade BMIs, please first check whether they are worth the same amount of passes. I am also willing to trade for good horses.
If you would like to buy any of my horses that are not for sale, please PM me with an offer, and I will consider it. I am more likely to sell my males because my horses tend to have males. NOTE: That does not mean that I will sell you the horse or am obligated to sell them to you.
I most likely will, though.
My breeding farm 'Sale' is for my horses that are for sale or I am training to sell. If you would like to have first dibs on one of them, PM me. I will sell them once they are blupped.
I just kinda enjoy the game.
Though I am currently working on breeding good thoroughbreds. I do not have a long-term plan though.
I learnt my lesson from my last account, where I chose Shetland ponies and had a really tough time.
Breed as good as possible thoroughbreds.
Be able to breed my horses with my stallions.
Have one of my horses in the top 50 in the Grand Prix.
If any of you have advice on what to do with my horses, please pm me.
Horses for sale:
Go check out the following horses that I have for sale! (Negotiable)
..... You might notice what strange names I have for my horses. That is because I run out of good normal names, so I make up names or put random names in translator. Or get names from good books (Charis, Morgiana, Lyle, Rowanna....)
I was on here originally about 3 years ago, by the same name. My account got deleted. I decided to come back and see the changes and such! :)
Pronunciation: Eh-lee. NOT El!
I live on a ranch in the middle of Montana, USA. I own 8 sheep (Doodles, Raymond, Lillaput, Alyssum, Portulaca, Gogo, Jasper and Ana. Umm.. I did not name Doodles, Gogo, and Ana.
) and part of a sheepdog (Ozel).
Our property is chock full of barn cats/kittens and other animals, like Normande cattle and chickens. And some heritage breed pigs. If you would like to see some pictures of them, go to my forum.
The animals on my avatar are our 19 year old housecat, Dakota, and our sweet 8 year old 'cowdog', Roy. They acted like mortal enemies when anybody was with them (she trying to act disgusted at his puppy antics), but when they are alone, they cozy up. This is a quickly 'sneaked' photo, before Dakota hisses at Roy.
Female. 13-16. I LOVE to read. I love to travel. I adore dancing (English and Scottish country dancing. I know some square dancing, but am not as fond of that. I like swing dancing, too. I don't know much of that, either, though). I love art (am not an artist myself).
My favorite book is Ivanhoe by Sir Walter Scott. Another of my favorites is Emissary by Thomas Locke (Davis Bunn). Yet another is The Puzzle of Ancient Man by Donald E. Chittick.
My favorite movies are: Mortal Engines and pretty much anything animated. Long live Bugs Bunny!
My favorite band is Imagine Dragons.
My favorite composer/artist is Vivaldi. Next comes Tchaikovsky.
My favorite color is silvery-teal.
My favorite book genres are....
Science fiction, preferably from the 1990's and back,
My favorite authors are....
Michael Crichton, (censored!)
Sir Walter Scott,
Gail Carson Levine (look her up... she has some wonderful fairy tales with a twist. The Fairy's Return is the best. It is very nostalgic to me as my older sister read them to me throughout my childhood),
I enjoy The Hobbit, not so much LOTR. Other than those books, I have not read much Tolkien,
I like to read Percy Jackson series as easy reading,
I like Christopher Paolini well enough.
I looooove spring and summer!!!!!!
If you would like to know more about me, take a look at my forum. :)
Joke and such
On the outskirts of a small town, there was a big, old pecan tree just inside the cemetery fence. One day, two boys filled
up a bucketful of nuts and sat down
by the tree, out of sight,
and began dividing the nuts.
"One for you, one for me. One
for you, one for me," said one boy.
Several dropped and rolled
down toward the fence.
Another boy came riding along the road on his bicycle.
passed, he thought he heard voices from inside the cemetery.
He slowed down to investigate.
Sure enough, he heard, "One
for you, one for me. One for you,
one for me." He just knew
what it was. He jumped back on his bike and rode off. Just
around the bend he met an old man with a cane, hobbling along.
"Come here quick," said the boy, "you won't believe what I heard! Satan and the Lord are down at the cemetery dividing up the souls."
The man said, "Beat it kid, can't you see it's hard for me to walk." When the boy insisted though, the man hobbled to
the cemetery. Standing by the fence they heard, "One for
you, one for me. One for you, one for me..."
The old man whispered, "Boy, you've been tellin' the truth.
Let's see if we can see the Lord." Shaking with fear, they
peered through the fence yet were still unable to see anything.
The old man and the boy gripped the
wrought iron bars of the
fence tighter and tighter as they
tried to get a glimpse of the
Lord. At last they heard,
"One for you, one for me. That's all.
Now let's go get those nuts by the
fence and we'll be done."
They say the old man made it back to town a full 5 minutes ahead of the boy on the bike.
Pictures (if you would like to see more, go to my forum):
Alyssum & Portulaca, her grafted lamb
On the left it Jasper, on the right is Portulaca