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        06-27-2013, 03:15 PM
    Thanks for your advice guys, well, he managed to throw 2 shoes in 2 days, which made me a little mad at the owners for not getting it sorted, and he's still got a couple nails in. But never mind because from doing ground work with him, I've found out he definitely is not the horse I'm looking for, so he's going back soon.
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        07-07-2013, 10:58 AM
    This is way late to the game and I'm sure you've sent him back by now but I wouldn't buy a horse from someone who sent him to me for a trial with his feet in that condition. Glad things worked out and you were able to decide he wasn't for you even if you couldn't ride him like you wanted.

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