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        05-07-2011, 02:26 AM
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    Mind if I ask about your breeding program/goals? Or are you taking pregnant rescues?

    Sorry I don't know too much about your horses, so wanted to ask.
         
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        05-07-2011, 03:13 AM
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    The only breeding program we have is with the Haflingers, and the goal there is to establish a small nucleus of good quality Haflingers, to that end we have 3 nice haffy mares and of course Alto our stallion

    Then there is Ace, not a rescue but a great chance to buy what I wanted, which is a Jesse James baby, it has just turned that I have a great mare as a bonus.

    Stewie there was an accident, not part of the program at all, but actually he is growing on me, he may just end up being a bonus after all.

    Next years foal watched will be 2 Haflinger mares
         

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