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    05-16-2009, 03:53 AM

Looking for a clydesdale to buy. I live 2 hours from St. Louis but the papers have nothing, anyone from the same general area know of any place good you could refer me to I would appreciate it.
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    05-25-2009, 08:02 PM
You might check Dream Horse, craigslist, etc. Your best luck may be asking around with your horsey friends.
    05-25-2009, 09:05 PM
I know a wonderful breeder that has full and half clydes (Clyde/TB crosses). My boy is from there as are several horses owned by my clients, and they have wonderful temperaments, are extremely well bred (the owner shows a 6-hitch team), and excel as sporthorses as well. Feel free to PM me for more info. They are located in Nunda, NY, which is about 13h from you so while far, if you aren't finding anything in your area, I can't recommend these horses enough.

This is Duke, my boy, who stands at 17.3h:

Here is his father, a full Clyde stud (don't mind the mud, it had rained all night...)

And this is a Perch they have at their barn who is just breathtaking!

Gooc luck! Clydes are awesome horses!

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