MARY "KAT" LOGAN
About Mary Logan
© 2010, Mary "Kat" Logan
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Mary comments, "My uncle, John Mullins is a very well known trainer and breeder of Appaloosas, his foundation sire was a horse named Little Navajo Joe, and I used to go during summers and help out on his ranch in upstate New York. I would have liked to have gone more, but it's a long way from Nebraska. The Burwell part of course is from the big rodeo here in Nebraska that I have gone to many times, so it's kind of a combination of my experiences with horses with my uncle and watching trick riders at the rodeo."
About Mary Logan:
I live in Lincoln, Nebraska, am looking for work as a freelance writer or animal caretaker. I have always written poems and short stories of all genres. Right now I am enjoying seeing my baby grandson grow and taking care of my golden retriever. I still ride horses (and motorcycles) when I get a chance!
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