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Designing Worlds DW277 - Equestrianism in Second Life


  
Designing Worlds DW277 - Equestrianism in Second Life
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    In this episode, we visit the region of Cherry Island, home of Ladies’ Pleasure. More than a store, this is a place to find out all about equestrianism in Second Life - whether your interest is horses, tack, events or co...
    In this episode, we visit the region of Cherry Island, home of Ladies’ Pleasure. More than a store, this is a place to find out all about equestrianism in Second Life - whether your interest is horses, tack, events or competitions …and more!

    We meet the owner of Ladies' Pleasure, Honey Heart, and meet several of her marvellous avatar horses. We see some impressive demonstrations of Dressage and horse-jumping, and Saffia even gets to ride herself
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