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  • author ( 54, woman | Neston, England - Cheshire, GBR )

    It would be lovely to walk on the beach and I quite often do but I'd need a warm coat, socks, boots oh and a hat and scarf and probably gloves. So how about we meet for coffee, maybe some lunch and take it from there? No...  see more >>

  • author ( 53, woman | Mankato, MN, USA )

    Its hard to think of a first date idea, since it really depends on the season and what is going on around the area. Fairs, rodeos, concerts, outdoor activity of some sort.

  • author ( 56, woman | Farmville, VA, USA )

    I have many likes. Not into a lot of crazy noise or distractions. I'm usually pretty easy to please.

  • author ( 58, woman | Crawfordsville, IN, USA )

    Open to ideas. Dinner some place nice or go to a horse event ...whether competing or not ....a equine fair....some where we both are comfortable that we can talk without feeling pressure and get to know each other better...  see more >>

  • author ( 58, man | North Branch, MN, USA )

    My perfect first date: A bbq at my house followed by a trail ride with a bonfire that eve. I am a good cook, we can grill steaks and portabellos or what ever, and ride the horses down in the park along the river. We can...  see more >>

  • author ( 56, woman | Brooksville, FL, USA )

    Simple and casual, maybe starbucks. There's no point spending 3 hours and $200.00 to find out there's no chemistry.

  • author ( 54, woman | Quinlan, TX, USA )

    If the heat wasn't so bad, I would love to meet somewhere and go for a trail ride. My horses, yours or both! But with the weather, dinner sounds a little more realistic!

  • author ( 58, woman | Anna, TX, USA )

    ..I do know that talking and emailing doesn't hold true value....meeting in person does....chemistry cannot be judged based on emails or phone conversations.

  • author ( 51, woman | Flemington, NJ, USA )

    Restaurant , with a great atmosphere and dining experience. Can be casual, or fancy, but atmosphere is most important.

  • author ( 54, man | Lagrange, KY, USA )

    my idea of a perfect first date would be to meet, with horses, at a beautiful state park or trails and go for a long ride and have a picnic lunch under a shade tree and just talk and get to know each other... if that is...  see more >>

  • author ( 59, woman | Strathalbyn, South Australia, Australia )

    Well then, somewhere a bit casual with a good atmosphere thats not too crowded so we can hear each other. Or maybe a ride - haven't been on board for about 6 years now so I can feel a radox bath coming on after that idea...  see more >>

  • author ( 59, woman | Montague, MI, USA )

    Have a nice moonlight ride on horses, or just a walk to talk to get to know each other. Or go out for a coffee.

  • author ( 53, man | Ipswich, Australian Capital Territory, Australia )

    A relaxed atmosphere with a genuine person, perhaps a pinic beside a river or lake, with our horses grazing nearby, soft breaze blowing on a summers day.

  • author ( 59, woman | Tarzana, CA, USA )

    i like to meet at a coffee place and just talk. this way if there is no chemistry, we can part quickly!

  • author ( 51, woman | Edmonton, AB, CAN )

    Meet for coffee or a drink and just chat. I wouldn't really consider it a date per se. It's two strangers meeting to see how they get along; and find some common ground.

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