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post #11 of 13 Old 04-21-2011, 04:13 PM
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Originally Posted by Endiku View Post
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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She said Quarters in this post - Really pleased with breeding operation.
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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. Thats pretty much an impossible dream, but hey maybe someday. lol

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

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