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        08-23-2010, 06:37 AM
    Originally Posted by danastark    
    In the video he was three. He's about 8 now. We did trail riding, showed him in halter classes (cleaned up!!) with him but then sold him as he got too big for my daughter. We got him for my daughter who was very allergic. She was about 9 at the time and he was about 15 hds and slim. He grew to be about 15.3 and 1500 lbs, way too big for her so we sold him and he now does mostly western, drill team stuff, great horse for a teenage girl! He was considered a sooty dun...... but we just called him a buckskin. What do you do with your curly? There aren't that many in the US either. When we bought Sid there were about 3500 of them, had to travel by airplane to go see him and ship him home!
    omg, can't believe you got on a plane to view a horse. Lol, just goes to show how small our our country is. Most general riding people wouldnt go more than 5O Miles to see a horse. I do a lot of a hacking with him, but hope to do some low level dressage this winter.
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        08-23-2010, 09:29 AM
    I know there aren't many in my area (western PA) but a friends rescue just got 2 full bred 2 year olds in. They are sooo cute! I love the coat!
        08-30-2010, 09:11 AM
    There is actually a Curly Horse Sport Registry here where they do inspections just like for warmbloods so he was inspected as a 2 yr. Old. I had to go from California to Oregon to try him out which is a long way but he was the best one we'd found. He's from Windy K Curlies. They're on the web so check them out!

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