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Colt and Cut Shoulder, Filly and Cut by the hoof

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        05-06-2010, 04:38 PM
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    Sorry, I forgot to Add, that He is Gelded now, the vet Put the stuff That Makes the Hroses to Sleep for Surgery and The Nut Dropped, the Vet said that The Nut was Cought on Tissue! The Vet would have Charged us some where of $500-750 if the Nut didn't drop, But it Cost $250-400. We Could have use Him as a Breeder for Other people, But At least we didn't have to worry!
         
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