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    07-27-2008, 08:17 PM
Trying to find an old mentor...

A while back when I was 13-16, I went to a farm to work and further my knowledge about horses. When I was 18, I moved away from home, lost their number and address, and cannot find anything about them helpful via the internet. If you live in the central alberta region, and may have some information, PLEASE pm me as I would love to get in touch with these people.
They are from Brooks/Scandia/Vauxhall area
Worked both at Bow Valley Feeders (feedlot), and Lakeside (feedlot)
Fairly involved with cutting horses.
Entered a mare in a cow horse sale in Last May, as well as a gelding, at the Redwater Horse Auction.
The guy was heavily involved in roping/steer wrestling
I'm hoping that the horseworld is a small community, and someone may know something about them. I can tell you their names via PM, thanks.
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    07-27-2008, 08:52 PM
Names? Feel free to PM me :)
    07-28-2008, 01:32 AM
You can PM me with names if you have not found them yet. I know alot of people in the horse world and I also know the people that own Redwater Auction mart.

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