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        10-27-2013, 03:27 PM
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    Originally Posted by rhosroyalvelvet    
    Your moving to Ireland!! Where abouts? I live in Ireland great place lots of horsey people I'm sure you'll fit right in. I'm so sorry if you have to leave your horse behind. I know whenever I sell a horse I ball my eyes out even though I will probably see it around the shows. Anyway There are lots of great horses here I mean the won't replace your horse but rather give you good memories another thing you can hold on too :)
    Hi! Thanks for your answer :) I'm hoping that I can lease her out and bring her with me eventually, but who knows...Lets just hope for the best!

    Yes I'm moving to Ireland! I will PM you about where I will be!
         
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