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    01-11-2009, 04:08 PM
Green Broke

Here I am, back in 1996, with my purebred mare, NS Joi Kara.

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    01-11-2009, 04:52 PM
When I was younger I used to be fascinated by the warmbloods. I always thought arabians were gorgeous but I never really appreciated them fully until I bought my first horse when I was 16- an arabian colt. Now, I still find some warmbloods exquisite and gorgeous (especially the high level dressage and jumpers) but after owning an arabian I have come to LOVE them. Their personalities most of all- so much character, but also their fire, intelligence, athletic abilities, hardiness, and beauty.
Here are a few photos of my lad- Kachari from the time he was a colt to his first month under saddle as a 3yo, and finally to his almost ,full growth at 5.
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