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    11-04-2011, 12:18 AM
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Exclamation A shot in the dark.

So basically I am taking a HUGE stab in the dark and am trying to see if my gelding was for sale previously online before he was sent to the New Holland horse auction in Pennsylvania and then was sent to the Camelot auction in New Jersey. I have no previous info on him besides what I just said and I don't even know his previous name. (when I bought him the guy who bought him to resell just named him Freckles) so I'm taking a massive stab in the dark. Anyone care to help? :) he's 15.2/15.3 6 years old (I am told, he is young I know for sure) red roan leopard(?) Appaloosa. Not registered. I just posted pics of him in the pictures section as well. I know it's close to impossible but I still have a tad of hope! Thanks
     
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    11-04-2011, 05:05 AM
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It's a massive stab in the dark. I am close to New Holland and a lot of horses go through there. Have you contacted New Holland auction to see if they might be able to help you? There are a lot of regular sellers who go there, many of them horse traders.
     

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