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post #31 of 227 Old 08-18-2013, 05:52 PM
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post #32 of 227 Old 08-18-2013, 07:40 PM
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The two threads are merged, this will not be closed down because OP was banned.

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It's good to know that the Canadian contingent is not starting out tragically flawed.
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post #33 of 227 Old 08-18-2013, 07:55 PM
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Oouu, Golden Horse,we need pictures!
Here you go....

Willow Wind, my Arab x Standardbred



Currently very sadly for sale, as my fat butt and her skinny self are not the best match I do so love that mare, but not enough to lose the weight obviously enough.

Beautiful Arab x Saddlbred mare for sale video links added - Regina Livestock For Sale - Kijiji Regina

Then my big goof Big Ben, Perch/TBxSandardbred:









Ben is also being listed, he is just to green for me, I need a partner, not a project!

Then there is my new guy, who still doesn't have a name, I bought him on 30th June, then had a bad accident on 1st July, so haven't ridden him since the try out. QH, has been a ranch horse, but to slow for the job.







That is the first 3, more in a minute
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post #34 of 227 Old 08-18-2013, 08:10 PM
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Then we have my beautiful old Arab mare Ace







and I loved her so much that I bought a daughter if hers, my beautiful Emmy







And Ace also gave me a beautiful foal, by my Haflinger stallion, Angel who will be 2 years old on Sept 11th, no recent pics of her as she is away at the moment being a companion



Yes I know the fence isn't ideal, they have moved her now to a better place...




Now, this is complicated, the lady I bought Emmy from used to own Ace, we became friends and as Ace is semi retired she spends summers at her old owners place, keeping Poncho company, then during the winter, I get Ace and Poncho here. Who is Poncho you ask? Well this is a Poncho



So cute, and an ideal arrangement, Ace now has a baby to care for that will never grow up, and she does love looking after a little one. Poncho has a protector who makes sure that no one messes with him!
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post #35 of 227 Old 08-18-2013, 09:45 PM
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Nice horses and adorable donkey!

Your Big Ben is stunning, really good conformation, well balanced.
Then, my heart goes to Emmy. Arab crossed with what?
That's a lot of creatures to take care of. Thanks for sharing.
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post #36 of 227 Old 08-19-2013, 12:51 AM
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Golden Horse I love your horses and donkey
I love Ace the best
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post #37 of 227 Old 08-19-2013, 01:38 AM
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Then, my heart goes to Emmy. Arab crossed with what?
Emmy is all Arab

Want to meet the dogs as well?
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post #38 of 227 Old 08-19-2013, 11:19 AM
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Can anyone recommend a great online tack shop in Canada? I usually like Pleasant Ridge Saddlery, or Greenhawk but they dont have the product I need. Horsloverz out of the US has the item but they want nearly $50 base rate shipping on a less than $40 item and over 10% sales tax. I try to buy in Canada whenever I can. The local stores don't have the item either.


BTW Golden Horse - I love your pictures! Big Ben is a beauty and is stunning in yellow. The Arabs are lovely too, but I have a soft spot for Draft crosses.
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post #39 of 227 Old 08-19-2013, 11:24 AM
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Another canadian here.. but i'm farther north :) Up in the Yukon
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post #40 of 227 Old 08-19-2013, 11:26 AM
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Can anyone recommend a great online tack shop in Canada? I usually like Pleasant Ridge Saddlery, or Greenhawk but they dont have the product I need. Horsloverz out of the US has the item but they want nearly $50 base rate shipping on a less than $40 item and over 10% sales tax. I try to buy in Canada whenever I can. The local stores don't have the item either.


BTW Golden Horse - I love your pictures! Big Ben is a beauty and is stunning in yellow. The Arabs are lovely too, but I have a soft spot for Draft crosses.
What kind of product are you looking for? There are sites in the states that offer flat rates for shipping to Canada as well.
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