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        06-24-2013, 09:33 PM
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    Originally Posted by Joe4d    
    thats why I mentioned the tarantula tequilla, good for what ails you... may need to pick some more up, I am making an apointment to ride Mary Full of Grace at Cre run.... for some reason very very nervous
    Tell Donna (and Deb if you see her) hi for me!!

    I like the breeding on that Mary horse. I actually saddle broke the sire back in the day and he was always a gentleman. Dam is a nice one too. [For those that don't know, I worked for Cre-Run for many years. Dream was bred there.]

    From pedigree, I would also look at I Mak, but I suspect he is younger and greener than you are looking for. But on paper anyway, he should be one hell of a horse!
         
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