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    Re: Horseback riding screencap analysis *SPOILERS*

    Quote Originally Posted by catn3d;2874225;
    Now THAT is the real question. I didn't want to say anything because the cow wasn't ever brought up before, BUT...I heard from a friend of a friend that Amanda's cousin's best friend's sister has some ranch with some cows on it. I think they might have been the black ones, though...maybe brown but I'm pretty sure they were not white. But what do I know, I'm only the friend of a friend who's sisters with Amanda's cousin's best friend
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    Re: Horseback riding screencap analysis *SPOILERS*

    Are you absolutely sure that is not a really short horse??
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    Re: Horseback riding screencap analysis *SPOILERS*

    Enjoyed reading about the cow, and the general sleuthing. I think it's Noelle, because she is fine boned, and the pics of her on the horse appear to be a finer boned person than Amanda.

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    Re: Horseback riding screencap analysis *SPOILERS*

    Quote Originally Posted by twochicklets;2873906;
    Those sure do look like Aspens. Do Aspens grow anywhere outside of Colorado? I suppose they could be white birch trees from New England, but that doesn't help at all...
    Well, they look like aspens to me which I do know grow in Idaho and Utah. no help huh?

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    Re: Horseback riding screencap analysis *SPOILERS*

    Quote Originally Posted by Capegal;2874237;
    Are you absolutely sure that is not a really short horse??

    I think we need Blondiegal to do a zoom of that HD screencap so that we can figure out what kind of cow it is. Maybe it'll lead us to a particular area in the US where those cows are more common?

    Actually, in Canada certain kinds of cows are more commonly found in some areas over others. Black Angus comes to mind...lots of them steak producing babies in Alberta.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lynn7;2874246;
    I think we need Blondiegal to do a zoom of that HD screencap so that we can figure out what kind of cow it is. Maybe it'll lead us to a particular area in the US where those cows are more common?
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    Re: Horseback riding screencap analysis *SPOILERS*

    Quote Originally Posted by Lynn7;2874246;
    I think we need Blondiegal to do a zoom of that HD screencap so that we can figure out what kind of cow it is. Maybe it'll lead us to a particular area in the US where those cows are more common?

    Actually, in Canada certain kinds of cows are more commonly found in some areas over others. Black Angus comes to mind...lots of them steak producing babies in Alberta.
    Doesn't seem built like a longhorn, my area of expertise.

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    Re: Horseback riding screencap analysis *SPOILERS*

    OK - I guess I am now convinced that the riding gal is Noelle - after just seeing something on tv - a gal with long hair which was a bit behind her ear - appeard to be shorter then it really is and from the back is longer than you would think.

    From the HD pics with the color of the hair - I have to also agree that it is Noelle - she looks very comfortable on a horse and it located in the western hills somewhere - which makes sense as that is where her parents are - so I will concede that it is Noelle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tamelaine;2874242;
    Well, they look like aspens to me which I do know grow in Idaho and Utah. no help huh?
    I thought I read somewhere, while sleuthing out horse bios and horse photos , that there were aspens at some of the western trail riding locations in Hertfordshire, UK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by longhornalum;2874254;
    Doesn't seem built like a longhorn, my area of expertise.
    Could be a charlaise.

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