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    04-21-2011, 05:13 PM
Originally Posted by Endiku    
Either way she has some really lovely animals, and its quite obviouse that they're all in good health.
Well, that's really good. It does sound like a nice breeding facility, where the mares are thoughtfully looked after. That's awesome that they ride them regularly. What breed are the horses? Warmbloods?
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    04-21-2011, 06:24 PM
She said Quarters in this post - Really pleased with breeding operation.
    04-21-2011, 07:57 PM
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Haha, I don't think anyone in this area really breeds warmbloods. Its all either arabian, quarterhorse, thoroughbred, an occasional miniature, or a mix of one of those and a less common breed xD I'd LOVE it if someone did start breeding those guys though, I'm a huge sucker for Dutch Warmbloods and Irish Sport Horses. That's pretty much an impossible dream, but hey maybe someday. Lol

Yeah, if I were to buy my first large horse, I'd definitely take a look at her retired broodmares before any other horses. Those girls can kick butt! XD

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