Paint x Draft

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Paint x Draft

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    09-24-2008, 12:46 PM
Paint x Draft

Does anyone know where to get these near New Mexico (preferably in state, but TX, CO, and AZ are ok too)? The only source I've been able to find so far are the PMU horses, but I'm not equipped to handle that right now....
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    09-24-2008, 08:17 PM
I'm afraid that might your only option. There is a national registry for spotted drafts but they will be outside your price range AND there aren't any in your area AND all of them are full to 3/4 drafts so they will be to heavy for what you are looking for. Nice draft crosses are expensive and hard to find but a draft cross as a paint will be even worsed.

Those are just a handful I found on the web in about 5 mins online.

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