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    04-13-2011, 04:31 AM
New Comer - STITCH

I got my new little boy on Monday from a rescue centre. They found him on a dual carrage way, he had been ran over by a car and had to have stitches internally and externally on his right sholder, hence the name. He is a skewbald gypsy cob and he's nearly 5 years old. My boyfriend mum couldnt resist having his best friend aswell-Spanner. Spanner was found on a different dual carrage way inbetween the two metal guards in the middle. The fire brigade police and highway maintaine were all there but no-one had a spanner to get him out, hence the name -Spanner. He is nearly 6 and he is piebald gypsy cob.

More piks coming soon!

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    04-13-2011, 04:39 AM
At you madly beautiful horse! The present model to me such to take a picture
We in Ukraine don't have such :(
    04-13-2011, 04:57 AM
What a beautiful horse! I have a Gypsy Vanner mare that's 5!!!

He's so adorable I want to hug his drafty cob butt! Haha.
    04-13-2011, 10:43 AM
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Very pretty horses!! Great save by the way! Can't wait for more pics! :)

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