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        08-19-2012, 07:26 AM
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    Cantering leap - you'll see my post was a direct answer to PhelanVelvel's question re army.
    Im not sure all of my post is there either .... I now can only see part of it as its cut off hmmmm o.O

    Yep the army does damage to the "already modified" part of the ranges - they are not allowed in the area that has the endangered plant, nor are the horses.

    TBH - the 'truer' Kai horses are pretty much gone (the smaller ones from the less modified Northern part of the ranges), the larger Kais have stronger indicators of TB, Standy, Clydie etc etc in their genetic make up.

    I don't approve of the Army use of the land either - but then I can't stop us from having an army, so my approval isnt relevant lol :p
         
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