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Draft Horses and Trailers. Can anyone help?

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    06-01-2009, 10:11 AM
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Yearling
Oh, cool! I'm from Southern California, so I'll be down there ALL the time in the Victorville/Phelan/Wrightwood area (about an hour 20 minutes from San Diego).
They military is stationing us a little more north near Fresno.
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Originally Posted by Gleebee    
Where in CA are you going?
(:
I live in southern CA and I'm getting my first draft soon.
     
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    06-02-2009, 12:19 AM
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Showing
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Originally Posted by BackInTheSaddleAgain    
current owner says she's already 16hh. She just turned two a few days ago. I agree with the feathers! She's definitely got them. I can't wait
Might I add, I'm jealous and I think you suck! I am looking for a full clyde as we speak. Hard to find one at the moment tho. With spring being here, it's very tempting to look for a foal that could end up without a docked tail as apposed to an older Clyde without a tail.

...not sure I'm willing to fight and train a 1,500lbs foal tho
     

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