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        02-17-2013, 10:49 PM
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    Originally Posted by Skyseternalangel    
    Is it me or does his coat/eyes seem kind of dull? Maybe if he ends up being yours you can take a closer look at his diet..
    No, your right about his coat and all not looking all that shined up. He was owned by a 80 year old man who rode him once in the two years he had him. He has a hay belly right now and is getting lots of brushing so his coat is starting to get shiner. I went on a ride with him today, with my parents and Foxy did really good. He went out alone for the first time with about 5 people walking around him and he didn't freak out or try to run to the barn. I know my mom is completely smitten by him. As for my dad, im not so sure, but a girl can hope can't she?
         
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