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post #1 of 1 Old 03-11-2013, 09:48 PM Thread Starter
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Trying to find this horse in Alabama

Hi there!

When we bought Ginger several years back, we also bought her mother. Unfortunately we were unable to keep her. I'd love to know where she went-- I don't know if my mom still has the information for who bought her.

She is a registered Quarter Horse with Impressive in her blood lines. She is N/N for HYPP. Her registered name is Miss JJ Jessie Jones, but we had been calling her Dixie. When we sold her, she had a slight limp in her back right foot that we could never get figured out-- sometimes she'd limp, sometimes she'd be fine. Two vets, a trainer, and a farrier all looked at her, and couldn't figure it out. I'm also going to be posting this to CL. I'd love to have her back, now that I have a pasture of my own, but really it'd be nice just to know if she's okay.

I know it's an extraordinary long shot, but it never hurts to try!











Any information would be great!

Impressive Wild Angel- Ginger Happy Go Lucky- Duncan Little Boy Blue- MellowSweetwaters Eqyptian King- Sam
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